Los Angeles Zoo main entrance

Le guide du zoo et des jardins botaniques de Los Angeles

08/29/2016

Gregory de Silva

Cette année, le zoo et les jardins botaniques de Los Angeles fêtent leurs 50 ans. L’attraction du Griffith Park est l’une des destinations les plus populaires de la ville, attirant près de deux millions de visiteurs chaque année et pour de bonnes raisons. C’est le domicile de plus de 1000 animaux représentant près de 250 espèces, dont nombres d’entre elles sont rares ou en danger. Peu importe quel est votre animal préféré, les suricates ou les mandrills, les varans de Komodo ou les kangourous, il y a de fortes chances que vous puissiez les voir. Les jours frais et couverts offrent de meilleures opportunités d’observation. Et les après-midis chauds d’été, il y a des tonnes de choses à voir et à faire. Le zoo de L.A. est ouvert de 10h00 à 17h00 tous les jours de l’année, sauf le jour de Noël. 

Dog friendly Bikes and Hikes LA

Every Day is Dog Day in Los Angeles

08/22/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Whether it's National Puppy Day or any time of year, read on for Los Angeles restaurants, hotels and activities that your beloved canine companion will love.

Gotta Catch Em All: The Best Pokémon Go Spots in Los Angeles

08/07/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Pokémon creator, Satoshi Tajiri was an avid fan of the 1,000-year-old Japanese pastime of beetle collecting as a boy. Pokémon, based on this pastime, has captured the attention of mobile gamers around the world, who now experience cities and public spaces like never before. Los Angeles is a natural, palm tree lined playground for Pokémon and trainers alike. Read on for a guide to some of the lures, gyms, nests and Charmander that can be found in L.A. Come explore, find the Staryu, and stay awhile.

The Sanders House aka the "Thriller" House

Discover Michael Jackson's Los Angeles

07/29/2016

Lindsay Blake

Fans around the world will be celebrating Michael Jackson’s birthday on August 29. Born in Gary, Indiana, the legendary pop star, who passed away at age 50 on June 25, 2009, spent most of his life in Los Angeles. Read on for a list of ten L.A. spots where you can re-live magical moments from the King of Pop’s all too short life and honor the prolific legacy he left behind.

Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant

Go On Location: Star Trek Filming Locations in Los Angeles

07/26/2016

Lindsay Blake

Star Trek is turning 50! The franchise’s first export, The Original Series (TOS), first hit the small screen on Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966. It continued for three seasons, airing 79 episodes, before proceeding to launch a prolific legacy that includes six spin-offs (the latest, Star Trek: Discovery, premieres in 2017) and 13 feature films, most of which were shot in and around Los Angeles. Read on for a list of ten spots from the franchise, all of them tourist-friendly, easily accessible and inviting you to boldly go where Star Trek crews have gone before.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum peristyle

Go On Location: Los Angeles Sports Venues Starring in Movies & TV Shows

07/20/2016

Lindsay Blake

Los Angeles has long had ties to the Summer Olympics, hosting the games in 1932 and 1984. The City of Angels is in the running to once again host the summer games - L.A. is one of the four candidate cities vying to host the Games of the XXXIII Olympiad in 2024. The Los Angeles Olympic Bid proposes to utilize many of the city’s existing sports arenas. From baseball fields to football stadiums and ice rinks, L.A. is filled with world-class athletic venues. Not only have the spaces been the site of countless baskets, touchdowns, home runs and goals over the years, but virtually all of them have also appeared onscreen. Read on for a list of ten of the city’s most iconic athletic venues and the movies and television shows in which they have appeared.

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