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  • Los Angeles: La Brea Tar Pits Museum Ticket

    1. Los Angeles: La Brea Tar Pits Museum Ticket

    Discover science in action and make discoveries right alongside the scientists. Step into the past and experience the Ice Age come to life as you explore the world's only active, urban Ice Age excavation site. Check out the La Brea Tar Pits where tar is still bubbling. See what excavators have uncovered today at the active fossil excavation site. Enter the museum and watch as scientists clean and study the unearthed fossils right before your eyes in the Fossil Lab. The museum showcases the best fossils, animals and plants that have been discovered here - mammoths, saber-toothed cats, dire wolves, and more. It’s a gateway back to the Ice Age, right in the heart of Los Angeles.

    This is an amazing museum. I had no idea the so many large fossils were found right in downtown LA.

  • Los Angeles: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 40+ Attractions

    2. Los Angeles: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 40+ Attractions

    The Los Angeles All-Inclusive Pass is the only multi-attraction pass that gets you into over 40 top attractions in the city for one low price. Save up to 45% off retail prices on admission and pay nothing at the gate. In addition, when you buy a 3-, 5- or 7-day pass, you also get a ticket to Universal Studios Hollywood. Visit The Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier, Aquarium of the Pacific, Dolby Theatre, Madame Tussauds Hollywood, and many more of the best things to do in L.A., Hollywood, and beyond. There’s no need to decide in advance what you want to see, and you can take up to 2 weeks from when you first use the pass to use the remaining days on your pass. The free digital guide helps you decide what to do, where to go, how to get there, and even includes the best times to visit. The 3-, 5-, and 7-day All-Inclusive passes also include free admission to Universal Studios Hollywoo...

    I advise people who want to visit L.A to buy this pass. To save time and money. Each can schedule in terms of points of his own interest. The 7 days is better. For more Attractions. Then using it within 2 weeks, which gives to the visitor more time to do a break and doing other personal things. The bad point, the guide does, t tell you how to get there. It would be more helpful if we know where the attraction is. The best way to gather all which are in the same area.

  • LA: The Los Angeles Highlights Tour

    3. LA: The Los Angeles Highlights Tour

    The Los Angeles Highlights Tour combines our Los Angeles Tour and the Los Angeles Beach Tour of Santa Monica and Venice Beach. In 7 hours, you will see the best that the city has to offer from Hollywood, to the beaches, to Downtown Los Angeles, and more.  The tour gives provides a fun semi-private guided experience that is a great value and conducted in small groups. No other tour includes as much substantive history and fun sightseeing at a leisurely pace. In the first 3 hours of your tour, uncover the history of downtown, Hollywood and Beverly Hills. You will explore the most famous sights, including a few celebrity homes, and learn about some of the poignant moments from the glory days of Los Angeles and today. Some of the famous sites include the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Graumann's Chinese Theatre, the La Brea Tar Pits, the Dolby Theatre (Home of The Oscars), Sunset & Vine, Capitol...

  • Los Angeles: Make The Most of LA Private Tour

    4. Los Angeles: Make The Most of LA Private Tour

    This is an example of your private customizable highlights tour. Meet your guide and get comfortable in a new, climate controlled vehicle. You'll begin with a brief drive to the beautiful neighborhood of Venice Beach. Once a seaside resort town, this surfer’s paradise is crisscrossed with canals, just like its Italian namesake. Venice is the center of counterculture in LA and is home to some of its most eclectic and bohemian residents. Stroll down the vibrant Venice Boardwalk and enjoy its street vendors, artists and performers as you learn about the birth of skateboarding and surfing culture and make your way towards the iconic Santa Monica Pier. Along the way, you will see the "Baywatch" headquarters, Muscle Beach, pass by the local Freak Show and let the laid-back ambiance of Venice Beach wash over you. Next, head to Santa Monica to learn about its interesting history. On the iconic ...

  • Los Angeles: Make the Most of LA Guided Tour

    5. Los Angeles: Make the Most of LA Guided Tour

    Start your LA tour at Venice Beach and learn about the skateboarding and surfing cultures. Then, go to Santa Monica Pier and be dazzled by the carnival-like atmosphere. Take an iconic selfie at the end of Historic Route 66. Next, explore the legendary institutions of the entertainment industry and go for a cruise to a farmers' market for lunch. Pass the La Brea Tar Pits on the way to the Hollywood Sign. Count the stars on the Walk of Fame, strike a pose on the Oscar's Grand Staircase, and get a selfie with the Hollywood Sign. Continue down Sunset Boulevard to glamorous Beverly Hills. End with a visit to America's premier shopping destination on Rodeo Drive.

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I advise people who want to visit L.A to buy this pass. To save time and money. Each can schedule in terms of points of his own interest. The 7 days is better. For more Attractions. Then using it within 2 weeks, which gives to the visitor more time to do a break and doing other personal things. The bad point, the guide does, t tell you how to get there. It would be more helpful if we know where the attraction is. The best way to gather all which are in the same area.

Le Brea Tar Pits Museum was a great experience that would be a fun outing for all ages. I’d recommend it to anyone interested in geology, biology or history. The exhibits are both fun and educational.

La Brea Tar pits is an excellent place to visit in the city if Los Angeles go with you kids go with everybody is just ok

It was well laid out, the staff was friendly and informative. I really loved seeing the tar pit it self!

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