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Tyrannosaurus rex from "Dinosaurs: Unextinct at the L.A. Zoo"

"Dinosaurs: Unextinct at the L.A. Zoo" Brings Dinosaurs to Life


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Guests embark on a self-guided stroll along a trail through lush landscaping similar to the earliest known trees and plants from the time dinosaurs roamed the earth, including ferns, cycads, conifers and ginkgos. Your face-to-face dinosaur encounters begin with a fierce Suchomimus, followed by a massive Brachiosaurus, whose 18-foot-long neck required a gigantic heart to pump blood up to the top.

Next, guests encounter two Coelophysis dinosaurs; a Citipati, which used its feathers to protect and warm its eggs, just like modern-day birds; and a Carnotaurus, a bipedal carnivore covered in small scales and bony lumps.

Hollywood Sign viewed from a helicopter

Top 10 Things to Do in Los Angeles for Spring Break


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What's the first thing that comes to mind when you’re planning a trip to Los Angeles? The Hollywood Sign, celebrities, or In-N-Out Burger? There's a lot more to L.A. than that. Plan a trip to Los Angeles during Spring Break and prepare to get lost in the sunshine, ocean and Hollywood fun. There are so many great attractions to visit and you can’t beat the temperate weather during the Spring months.

Even better, you can save up to 55% during your trip with the Go Los Angeles Card, which lets you choose as you go from more than 30 top L.A. museums, tours and more. Read on for 10 Los Angeles attractions for Spring Break that are included in the Go Los Angeles Card.

Outdoor plaza at The Bloc in Downtown Los Angeles

The Best of Los Angeles in 2015


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L.A. is one of the world’s most dynamic cities. Even frequent visitors and longtime residents who think they know L.A. can always discover something new in this exciting metropolis. Read on to find out the latest attractions and greatest events taking place in the City of Angels.

Neighboring Regions of Los Angeles


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From the desert to the sea, and the mountains to the valleys, the diversity of the Greater Los Angeles area is just one more reason to visit. For day trips, the surrounding four counties — Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and Ventura — offer added opportunities for adventure.