- TripBuzz discovered 146 different types of activities for couples in the Marina del Rey area, including Sailing (like LA Sailing), Paddleboarding (like Pro Sup Shop), Movie Theaters (like AMC Loews Marina 6) and Beaches (like Marina del Rey Beach), and much more.
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200 N. Spring St. between First and Temple, Los Angeles, CA 90012 MoreLess Info
Many might recognize the City Hall as the 'Daily Planet' headquarters on George Reeves Superman Show. The building has beautiful murals on the lower floors and observation decks free of viewing glass and wire mesh on the upper floors which provide great views of the city.
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414 East Second St., Los Angeles, CA 90012 MoreLess Info
H.I.S. International Day Tours features the Night View Tour at Griffith Observatory and the Dinner at the Castaway Restaurant. A unique experience to view Los Angeles from above.
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1625 Abalone Ave, at Sunrider International, Torrance, CA 90501 MoreLess Info
A private, non-profit art gallery, the Chen Art Gallery showcases the private collection of world renowned herbalist, Dr. Tei Fu Chen. Dr. Chen has amassed one of the largest private collections of Chinese art in the United States and presents it here for visitors to enjoy.
Park Twin Theatres offers only two auditoriums, showing only the most popular first run Hollywood movies. The small movie theater does offer all digital projection and sound for its presentations with select films in 3D when available.
Performing plays and musicals designed to help bring together the Eastern and Western cultures of the world, East West Players offers you the chance to see a diverse range of multicultural shows, readings and workshops.
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Foot of 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90731 MoreLess Info
The Los Angeles maritime Museum is located in John S. Gibson park and is the home of different exhibits that show the maritime history and life of Los Angeles. They also have a research library and offer museum tours in English and Spanish upon request.
Located in Burbank, Falcon Theater has been servicing the community for nearly twenty years. And although it is small and quaint, the production company offers a variety of performances throughout the year, and often features big-name actors and directors.
Adjacent to an elementary school and community bike path, Compton Creek Natural Park was created as an environmental learning center. It features a natural habitat to attract birds and other wildlife along with a playground, amphitheater and picnic space.