LOS ANGELES -- Southern California has unmatched pedigree when it comes to its place in space-exploration history. From serving as a veritable assembly line for many of NASA's most notable spacecraft (all of the space shuttles were assembled here) to being the birthplace of space pioneers such as astronaut Sally Ride to continuing to be home base to ambitious space-travel companies like SpaceX, Southern California has been essential in enabling both that "one small step for man" and that "one giant leap for mankind."
Most visitors know LA’s flagship museums — the Getty, LACMA, MOCA and more — but LA’s other museums (102 others at last count!) offer equally rewarding experiences for adventurous and curious travelers eager to witness the wealth of exhibitions spanning time and place that LA has to offer. Here is a sampling of a few jaw-dropping options.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – From terrifying theme parks and morbid museums to celebrity-filled graveyards and “Casper the Friendly Ghost” inspired attractions, Los Angeles sets the stage for an unforgettable Halloween season with a spellbinding line-up of attractions certain to fright and delight. Listed below is a sampling of all things black and orange this October. Pay a visit to www.discoverLosAngeles.com to learn more.
LOS ANGELES (September 4, 2012) – Many of history’s great masterpieces call Los Angeles museums home and, this fall, the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board (LA Tourism) is turning the spotlight on the destination’s priceless artworks and exhibitions. During “Museums LA,” visitors who book two nights or more on www.discoverLosAngeles.com/cultureLA for stays at any participating Los Angeles area hotel between October 1-November 11, 2012 receive two free admissions and museum store discounts at 30 participating museums.