You'll be much more than a spectator on this action-packed three-day itinerary. Take the field at SoFi Stadium, hang ten in Malibu, shoot hoops and skate in Venice, take flight in a wind tunnel, and put a Porsche through its paces. Tour LA's iconic sports venues and celebrate the championship legacy of two of LA's world-class universities.
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Your tour starts with some of LA's most famous sports venues. Hotel guests can access LAAC's world-class facilities for workouts. Head to Exposition Park and tour the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, aka "The Greatest Stadium in the World." Celebrate the football heritage of USC, which boasts the most Super Bowl winning players of any college. Spend 90 minutes in Blue Heaven at Dodger Stadium, then check out statues of LA sports icons at Crypto.com Arena. Then it's Koreatown for golf practice, KBBQ and old school bowling.
Experience LA's Endless Summer with today's coastal stops: surfing in Malibu, skateboarding in Venice, Stand Up Paddleboarding in Marina del Rey, and beach volleyball in Manhattan Beach. Other highlights include the 2.5-hour SoFi Stadium Tour, UCLA Hall of Fame, and "The Color of Success," the Petersen Automotive Museum's celebration of the famed McLaren papaya livery.
You'll also learn to ride an Olympic-level velodrome and take a Porsche through its paces.
Get certified to ride the Olympic-level racing track.
Today is filled with thrills and chills, starting with a bouldering session in East Hollywood. Pay your respects to the GOAT - Muhammad Ali's Walk of Fame star is the only one that's mounted vertically instead of embedded in the sidewalk. Take flight in the iFly wind tunnel, no parachute needed. Rejuvenate in the same Cryo chamber used by Lebron James. Take a horse riding lesson, then tour Rose Bowl Stadium, home of the UCLA Bruins and "The Granddaddy of Them All." Buckle up for West Coast Racers, the world's first single-track quadruple launch racing coaster. Hit the bullseye at an archery range, then "chill out" at the LA Kings Valley Ice Center.
The first racing coaster of its kind even has a "pit stop."