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The Jet Propulsion Laboratory offers tours, team competitions, lecture series, and other public events. For more information, visit: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/events/.
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If you’re a fan of Jurassic World, Transformers, Harry Potter, or any other Warner Brothers production, a visit to Universal is a must! They offer rides, shows and other attractions to bring these worlds to life! Near Universal Studio is the Warner Brothers Studio, a place where all the filming magic happens! While the tour of the studio is currently closed, most TV show tapings are accepting virtual audiences. Whether virtual or live, these audience seats are free!
While the museum is temporarily closed, these lights can still be viewed by visitors. Once the museum is reopened, tickets can be obtained from: https://www.lacma.org/. (Free admission on the second Tuesday of each month.)
Just a little east of the pier is 3rd Street and Promenade Street. These several blocks are car-free and filled with a variety of shops. Download the Zoom background here.
Due to COVID-19, the museum will be closed until further notice. To check for updates, visit: https://www.mjt.org/covid-19.html.
Directly five miles east of the Original Farmer’s Market to Koreatown. Koreatown is just north of the USC University Park campus. The Korean Cultural Center and Korean American National Museum are some notable locations. In addition, there are many asian supermarkets and authentic restaurants!
Five miles south of Koreatown is the California Science Center! Here in the center, you can visit Endeavor, the space shuttle that replaced the Challenger. During the course of its 25 missions to space, the shuttle has spent nearly 300 days in space! Unfortunately, the center is currently closed due to the pandemic, but if you have children, they offer resources to help children explore science at home. To keep up to date about its reopening or to access its resources, visit: https://californiasciencecenter.org/visit/coronavirus-information.
The place is open Thursday through Sunday from 11:00AM-2:00PM at 13766 Francisquito Ave, Baldwin Park, CA. There is a fully-operational In-N-Out if you are feeling one of their hamburgers after your visit!
In addition to the water activities, there are hikes to great views of the San Gabriel Mountains!
For more information, visit: https://www.626nightmarket.com/.
Due to COVID, only the gardens are open and advanced reservations are required. For more information, visit: https://www.huntington.org/.
Due to COVID, the physical museum is closed, but there are free downloadable walking guides that can be found on the website (https://www.neonmona.org/).
The second floor also contains space for local artist works. The works are for sale and the artists can sometimes be seen in the space!
Published on September 9th, 2021
Last updated on October 31st, 2021