Landmarks and Attractions Close in LA part 1

The Net Lender is proud to educate consumers on attractions in Los Angeles.  If you plan on staying in Los Angeles for a long period of time you may want to check out our resource guide on the different apartments in LA.

Griffith Park

4730 Crystal Springs Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 913-4688

Griffith Park is located at the eastern side of the Santa Monica Mountains.  It is a large municipal park located in Los Angeles, specifically in the neighborhood of Los Feliz.  The park is one of the largest urban parks in North America with a coverage of 4,310 acres.


Los Angeles Zoo

5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 644-4200

Founded in 1966 and located in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens is a zoo that has a size of 133 acres and is owned entirely by the city of Los Angeles.  City employees provide animal care, construction, education, public information, grounds maintenance, and more.


Dodger Stadium

1000 Vin Scully Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(866) 363-4377

Dodge Stadium is a Major League Baseball park located in Los Angeles California, specifically in the Elysian Park Neighborhood.  The Los Angeles Dodgers play their home games at this stadium.  It was opened on April 10, 1962 and took 3 years to build.


Ennis House

2607 Glendower Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Ennis House is a residential dwelling in Los Angeles, California inside the neighborhood of Los Feliz.  It is located south of Griffith Park.  The home was designed by the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It was built in 1924.


Griffith Observatory

2800 E Observatory Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(213) 473-0800

Griffith Observatory is  a tourist attraction with a good view of the famous Hollywood Sign and also includes a lot of science and space displays.   Griffith Observatory opened in 1935, and has no admission because of the founder Griffith J Griffith who was the benefactor of the observatory.



Walt Disney Concert Hall 

111 S Grand Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(323) 850-2000

Designed by Frank Gehry, the original shiny building reflected so much light that neighborhoods filed complaints about increases in temperature. Sidewalks increased in heat up to 140 degrees. Now tourists and happy Los Angelenos can tour the concert hall and see a show or two without being too hot.


The Grove 

189 The Grove Dr,
Los Angeles, CA 90036; 
(323) 900-8080

A 14 upscale outdoor mall near Third and Fairfax, another Los Angeles landmark.  High-end shopping mall features trendy retailers, restaurants & a theater amid a bustling promenade.



Santa Monica Pier 

200 Santa Monica Pier A,
Santa Monica, CA 90401;
(310) 458-8900

The Santa Monica Pier is a large double-jointed pier at the foot of Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica, California, United States.



5905 Wilshire Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 857-6000

This 20-acre campus with diverse collections spanning art history also offers screenings & concerts.   It is the largest art museum in the West inspires creativity and dialogue. Connect with cultures from ancient times to the present.


The Kia Forum

The Kia Forum, located in Inglewood, California, is the only arena-sized venue in the country dedicated to music and entertainment, delivering a superior experience for artists and fans alike.   Venerated concert & performance center known for its circular design & Roman-style columns.

3900 W Manchester Blvd,
Inglewood, CA 90305,
(310) 862-6200

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