The La Brea Tar Pits and Page Museum is one of the coolest places to visit in Los Angeles. Not only can you see Ice Age Fossils on display, you can get up close to bubbling tar. You’ll find all there is to see and do in our Guide to the La Brea Tar Pits.
Many people know Westchester as the home of LAX. And though aviation is certainly a big part of this LA County neighborhood, you’ll find lots of family-friendly things in Westchester with kids.
The city of Inglewood encompasses nine square miles. And if all you know about Inglewood is that it will be the home to both the Rams and the Chargers, then you’re missing out. You’ll find many family-friendly things to do here.
Walking is an easy and convenient way to increase movement in your day-to-day life, and while Los Angeles isn’t a city that’s typically known for its walkability, there are a handful of neighborhoods that offer the ability to ditch your car for a productive stroll. Here is a list of the Best Walkable Neighborhoods for Families in Los Angeles.
The Griffith Park Zoo opened in 1912 with just fifteen animals, a few miles from the current Zoo site. Today, you’ll find more than 1,000 mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles (representing more than 250 species) on more than 100 acres at the L.A. Zoo.
There are a lot of parks in Los Angeles that your kids will love to explore, but you may not have had the chance to visit every one. We want to help you find all of the fun places to take kids in LA so we’re exploring parks all over the city. This week, we visit Pantera Park in Diamond Bar, CA.
“Cucamonga” has been interpreted several ways and may mean “place of many springs” or “sandy place.” You’ll find many family-friendly things to do in Rancho Cucamonga whether you’re interested in visiting the city’s many parks, learning about history, shopping, or spending time indoors or out.
If you’ve only ever driven through San Bernardino, it’s time to plan a time to stop and explore the area. You’ll find museums, parks, and more — something for every member of the family.
There’s no shortage of things to do in downtown Los Angeles. Don’t try to do it all in one day. Many are free and appropriate for kids of all ages!
There is so much more to do in Camarillo then just shop at the outlet stores. You’ll find lots of fun things to do for kids of all ages whether you’re looking to stay active indoors or out, or both!