From the home of the Oscars to the Hollywood Sign and Jimmy Kimmel Live!, you can experience the best of Hollywood without spending a dime. Discover LA icons like the Griffith Observatory and beloved hidden gems at Griffith Park. Explore two eclectic neighborhoods, Los Feliz and Silver Lake, with free activities like biking the LA River, hidden stairs, and LGBTQ landmarks.
NOTE: Due to COVID-19, attractions may be closed or have limited hours. Check individual websites for the latest updates.
One of LA's bucket list destinations, Hollywood welcomes millions of visitors every year with attractions like Universal Studios Hollywood, the Hollywood Sign, the Walk of Fame, TCL Chinese Theatre, Hollywood Bowl, The Ford, and more. You can enjoy Tinseltown landmarks for free, as well as a Jimmy Kimmel Live! taping and outdoor activities like LA's most popular hike.
One of the largest municipal parks in North America, Griffith Park features 70 miles of trails and some of LA's most famous attractions, including the Hollywood Sign, Griffith Observatory, LA Zoo, The Autry, and Greek Theatre. Explore Griffith Park with free visits to LA icons, along with must-see hidden gems like "the Batcave," Amir's Garden, and the Wisdom Tree.
Located just south of Griffith Park, Los Feliz is known for Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House and Ennis House; the 1923 Vista Theatre, and beloved watering holes Tiki-Ti and Big Bar. Go for a bike ride along the LA River, climb hidden stairs, see a Film Noir location, or browse an incomparable book collection.
Built around its namesake reservoir, Silver Lake is a trendsetting neighborhood that's well-known for its modern eateries, boutiques, and nightlife. A historic haven for the LGBTQ community, the Mattachine Steps (named for the Mattachine Society) and The Black Cat (site of a landmark gay rights protest) have been recognized by the City of Los Angeles for their importance in the global LGBTQ movement.