There are amazing sites all around LA, and since its been warming up, and more areas are becoming open once again you can now visit all these beautiful places.
The Pismo Preserve
At 880 acres, the Pismo Preserve offers truly exceptional and diverse recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors will enjoy over 11 miles of trail that fall between woodlands and coastal ridge lines with stunning panoramic vistas of the Pacific Ocean stretching from the Irish Hills to Point Sal.
The Descanso Gardens
Descanso Gardens is a unique Southern California landscape distinguished by its specialized botanic collections, historical significance, and rare natural beauty. Their mission is to practice exemplary stewardship of Descanso’s distinctive character and assets; offer people an experience close to nature; and cultivate understanding of the natural world and people’s place in it through inspiration, education and example. Its evolution into a botanic garden, open to the public and nationally accredited as a “museum of living collections,” is but the most recent chapter in the rich history of this landscape. Today Descanso Gardens remains an oasis of beauty, both rugged and refined. In its eloquent landscapes, vignettes and vistas we can experience firsthand moments in the epic story of humans’ relationships with the natural world and enjoy a refuge of stunning beauty.
The Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is one of Southern California’s “must see” destinations. Originally the private estate of railroad magnate Henry Huntington, it showcases magnificent collections that include such works as a Gutenberg Bible and Thomas Gainsborough’s famous portrait of “The Blue Boy.” The 120-acre grounds feature 12 specialized gardens such as the Japanese, Chinese, Rose, Desert, Camellia, Shakespeare, and Children’s gardens. It’s a great destination when in to visit with friends and family.
With social distancing, there is not a better way to go see movies than in a drive-in theater. Outdoor movies combine two things everyone loves about Los Angeles, appreciation of movie-making and spending as much time as possible outside. Many theaters are working to show movies outside, whether they are throwbacks such as Back To The Future, or the new Wonder Woman film.
- Legion Drive-In
- Tropicana Movie Nights
- The Frida Cinema Pop-Up Drive-In
- Parking Lot Cinema,
- Street Food Cinema
- The Drive-In Theater at the Hollywood Roosevelt.