Things to Do in Rialto, CA

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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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100% 6 votes
History Museums 525 Alpine St., Los Angeles, CA 90012 MoreLess Info
If you're interested in the history of Southern California, then the Studio for Southern Californian History is worth a visit. Admission is free and the museum hosts a variety of permanent and non-permanent exhibits.
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88% 1135 votes
Piers & Boardwalks 54th Place and Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA MoreLess Info
The spectacular Long Beach Waterfront offers beautiful scenery throughout the year. In clement weather, it is a popular fishing spot. The Waterfront is also a major commercial and retail hub, featuring many restaurants, clothing boutiques, souvenir shops and hotels.
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90% 61 votes
Laser Tag 826 N Glendale Avenue, Glendale, CA 91206 MoreLess Info
Jungle Zone Club is a 6500 sq ft laser tag facility that includes a two story jungle-themed arena with access ramps connecting the upstairs and downstairs sections. They can be rented out for parties, groups and corporate events.
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97% 32 votes
Art Museum Forest Lake Memorial, 1712 S Glendale Avenue, Glendale, CA 91205 MoreLess Info
The Forest Lawn Museum showcases the works of world-renowned artists as well as a variety of other exhibits, both permanent and visiting. Recent exhibits have included Legos and motorcycle collections.
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90% 10 votes
Parks 1103 E Mountain Street, Glendale, CA 91207 MoreLess Info
Nibley Park is a small 2.4 acre neighborhood park featuring several shaded picnic areas. The park also offers a basketball court, two tennis courts, an open field, and a playground for children.
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100% 1 votes
Art Gallery 65005 Dillon Road, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240 MoreLess Info
Open by appointment only, Roger Hopkins Stone Sculptor has a variety of stone masonry sculptures at his studio to view. These sculptures include pillar-like structures with designs carved into the rock face.
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75% 2328 votes
Sports Stadiums (Professional) Academy Road, Los Angeles, CA MoreLess Info
Dodger Stadium is a popular local ballpark and despite being an old establishment, is very hygienic and well-maintained. The parking facilities are good but the food and drinks are slightly pricey. Free game merchandise is offered by the sponsors before every game.
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88% 3343 votes
Neighborhoods Los Angeles, CA MoreLess Info
A large open air mall in Los Angeles, Third Street offers both indoor and outdoor shopping. The mall is very popular, so parking can be hard to find.
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73% 357 votes
Shopping Districts Downtown, Los Angeles, CA MoreLess Info
A short walk from Downtown, Little Tokyo in Los Angeles features Japanese restaurants, supermarkets, and shops. Highlights include a Japanese museum, a Japanese garden, a Sanrio store, and music performances in the evening.
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