Downtown Los Angeles at night
Incredible Things To Do If You Only Have One Day In Los Angeles
The Original Farmer's Market at Fairfax and West 3rd is a central spot to get top-quality seafood, meats, produce, baked goods, and confections.
Original Farmer's Market
Du-Par's (stall 210) is a local haunt with some of the best butter-infused hotcakes in the city. If you're on the go, hit the ground running at Bob's Coffee & Donuts (stall 450).
There are six canals to wander around in The Venice Canal Historic District, and it's a great place to gawk at the gorgeous homes and charming bridges.
Venice Canals
Abbot Kinney Boulevard is a trendy, walkable area with plenty of hip stores, restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. It's a great place to grab some souvenirs.
Abbot Kinney Boulevard
Grow stocks uniquely Californian gifts, and Vardagen sells hoodies and shirts with hand-drawn designs. Also, check out Salt & Straw, an artisanal ice cream shop.
Watts Towers was built by Sabato Rodia in 1921. He used rods and pipes to build his towers and added all sorts of found objects into the mortar paste.
Watts Towers
The Watts Towers Arts Center, founded in 1961, offers 30-minute guided tours of the site on Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Broad along Beverly Boulevard hosts artist Yayoi Kusama's remarkable Infinity Mirror Rooms. The exhibition has been a sensation at The Broad since 2013.
Infinity Mirrors
Kusama's rooms use LED lights, water, acrylic balls, and glass to plunge visitors into a mind-blowing, immersive art experience. Be sure to make an online reservation.