Discover the Hidden Gems of Los Angeles

The Great Wall of Los Angeles | Photo courtesy of The City Project, Flickr

From Downtown L.A. to the Beach Cities, Los Angeles is filled with world-famous landmarks and attractions. But if you look closer, there are hidden gems throughout the city waiting to be discovered. Read on for our exclusive guides to exploring these treasures in the City of Angels.

Beach Cities

Mothershucker Platter at Fishing with Dynamite
Mothershucker Platter | Photo by Rick Poon, courtesy of Fishing with Dynamite

Beverly Hills

Virginia Robinson Gardens | Photo courtesy of Friends of Robinson Gardens, Facebook

Century City

Hinoki & the Bird interior
Photo courtesy of Hinoki & the Bird, Facebook

Culver City

Jackson Market and Deli in Culver City
Photo courtesy of Jackson Market and Deli, Facebook

Downtown L.A.

Far Bar in Little Tokyo
Photo courtesy of Far Bar, Facebook

Echo Park

Victorian manors on Carroll Avenue in Echo Park
Victorian manors on Carroll Avenue | Photo courtesy of Michael Locke, Flickr


Hollywood Museum lobby
Hollywood Museum lobby | Photo courtesy of Hollywood Museum, Facebook

Los Feliz

Ennis House | Photo courtesy of Scott Beale, Flickr


Gamble House in Pasadena
Gamble House | Photo Courtesy of D1v1d, Flickr

San Fernando Valley

SuihoEn (“Garden of Water and Fragrance”)
SuihoEn (“Garden of Water and Fragrance”) | Photo courtesy of *PhotoByJohn*, Flickr

Santa Monica

Photo courtesy of the Museum of Flying, Facebook

Silver Lake

Photo courtesy of The Satellite, Facebook

Studio City

River Rock au Sportsmen's Lodge
Crédit Photo de River Rock au Sportsmen's Lodge, Facebook

West Hollywood

Photo courtesy of the MAK Center for Art & Architecture at the Schindler House, Facebook

Westside Part I

Malese Jow and Austin Charles at The Mint
Malese Jow and Austin Charles at The Mint | Photo courtesy of Justin Higuchi, Flickr

Westside Part II

Nuart Theatre
Photo courtesy of Nuart Theatre, Facebook

Hidden Bars

The Edison in Downtown Los Angeles
Photo courtesy of The Edison, Facebook

In a city of nearly 200 languages and 90 neighborhoods, everyone has a voice. Los Angeles is not only one of the most diverse cities in the world, it’s also one of the most culturally vibrant. From Thai Town to Tehrangeles to Little Osaka, the entire world is under the Hollywood Sign. 

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