Universal Studios – The World’s largest Movie Studio and Theme Park, Universal Studios is a must-see for film lovers. Tour behind-the-scenes, see the actual sets of films currently in production and enjoy the park’s many movie themed rides.
Disneyland – Another movie based attraction, Disneyland was launched by the animator Walt Disney in 1955. Visit Sleeping Beauty’s castle, dare to explore the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, learn about the art of animation and more. You’ll need more than a day if you want to see everything.
Hollywood Boulevard – Taking a stroll down this wide LA street steeped in movie nostalgia is must. Look down at the stars beneath your feet as you traverse the Walk of Fame, visit the forecourt of Mann’s Chinese Theatre and view the incredible collection of movie memorabilia at The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
The Getty Museum - Originally the private art collection of millionaire oilman J. Paul Getty, the Getty Museum, is a striking 750acre art complex designed by architect Richard Meier. Its collection is predominantly pre-twentieth century featuring Van Gogh’s Irises among its most famous exhibits.
Santa Monica Pier – Built in 1874, the Santa Monica Pier marks the finish line of the legendary Route 66. Key attractions include a restored 1920s carousel featuring wooden hand carved horses, a frighteningly rickety old rollercoaster and the UCLA Ocean Discovery Centre.