Hidden Fun in Los Angeles at the Most Famous Landmarks
Did you know there are actually hidden areas of LA that you can find at popular landmarks? For example, there’s a Skyspace observation deck atop the iconic US Bank Tower! Check out these hidden Los Angeles landmarks spaces that you probably haven’t heard of.
Of course you’ve heard of the Hollywood sign, but did you know that there’s a ranch located near the sign that allows you to take an unforgettable horseback ride tour through the Hollywood Hills? The tour offers breathtaking views of the Hollywood sign, the Hollywood sign, and on clear days, you can see all the way to the Ocean.
You’ve probably recognized the US Bank building as the tallest skyscraper amidst the DTLA skyline. However, did you know there’s an open air observation deck on the top floor offering 360 degree panoramic views of the city? There’s also a fully enclosed glass side on the exterior of the building that takes you from the 70th floor to the 69th!
Did you know that up until the mid 1960s, the City Hall building was the tallest in Los Angeles? On the 27th floor you’ll find an observation deck that’s FREE to the public. While it no longer offers views from the tallest building in LA, it does still offer beautiful views of DTLA and Grand Park.
There are plenty of museums in LA offering a wide variety of subject matters so there there’s something for everyone. Did you know that you can find FREE museums throughout the year? There are some museums that are free year round such as the famous Broad art museum. There are also free museum days held throughout the year that grant FREE access to museums that usually charge an admission fee.