This post is all about what to do in Los Angeles in June. The warm sunny afternoons and scant rain make it a great time to visit. If you’re heard of “June Gloom,” don’t worry – the haze tends to burn off by the afternoon. If you’re visiting early in June, check out our May post as well.
A visit to Los Angeles is hardly complete without a stop at two of the country’s most famous beaches! Located next to each other on the southwest side of LA, they offer activities and sights the whole family can enjoy.
Los Angeles is the type of city that has a plethora of sights, entertainment attractions, and inspiring museums. If you plan to make the most out of your time here and visit as much as possible the admission fees can really add up! Though fear not, as there is a variety of tourist passes available for purchase that give you entrance to groupings of popular attractions at discounted prices.
Come to Los Angeles in May and have fun in this vibrant city before the weather really warms up for summer and crowds grow. Experience those west coast sunsets and ocean breezes after spending a day in the sun at one of the many spring festivals taking place this month. If you’re visiting at the beginning of the month, be sure to check out our post on April.
April is a wonderful time to visit LA! Typically, the California wildflowers are in bloom and the weather is absolutely lovely. Plan for warm days and cool nights with a lot of sunshine. There are numerous springtime festivals happening all over the city during the month of April so hopefully you can add one to your visit! If you’re visiting at the beginning of the month, be sure to check out our post on March.
This post has information on the best things to do in Los Angeles. Below you can find links to information on LA’s top attractions, museums, points of interest, kid-friendly activities, food, self-guided tours of various neighborhoods, and suggestions for things to do at night. Each link leads to a much more comprehensive page on that particular topic.
March is a lovely time of year to visit Los Angeles! The crowds aren’t as thick as they are in summer months (though various school spring break vacations can yield a high volume of people) and the weather is quite mild. Be prepared for cooler nights, as things really chill out once the sun goes down. Tinseltown will be in full glam mode as preparations for the Academy Awards get underway–perhaps you will even spot a celebrity on your visit! If you’re visiting at the turn of the month, check out our Things to Do in LA in February and our post on April. Here is a list of the top ten things to do in LA in the month of March.
February is a lovely time of year to visit LA, as Tinseltown gets busy preparing for the Academy Awards. The weather is mildly warm and it’s much less crowded than busy summer months. You’ll want to pack layers, however, as the temperature takes a dip once the sun sets into the ocean. Look at things to do in January, as well. And if you’re visiting at the end of February, check out what you must do in March while you’re here.
This post lists top things to do in Los Angeles in the month of January as well as things to do at night, free activities and family friendly events. LA is busy every month of the year but January is an excellent time to visit and crowds seem to be lighter and the weather is still very pleasant and mostly sunny. Prepare for warm days but nights can be cool to downright cold depending on where you are so plan to dress in layers! You may want to check out what February in LA is like as well.
This post will focus on celebrity home tours in Beverly Hills. As you may know, several notable stars live in the Beverly Hills area. Unfortunately, celebrities don’t always live right next to each other, so it’s not always easy to find their homes. As a result, several tour companies have made a name for themselves by providing tours of celebrity houses and residences. Even though there are several services that will drive you around to see these locations, you are free to see them on your own as well.
Most celebrity homes are spread far enough apart that you will need to use a car to get around. In many cases, the places you visit will no longer be occupied by the famous people who once lived there, but they are still historically significant. Several notable properties in Hollywood are difficult to see from the street, but it’s important that you DO NOT stop and hold up traffic while driving through these neighborhoods. Not only is that illegal, it can also be very dangerous. If you do decide to take a self-guided journey, make sure to drive safely and avoid distractions. Read more »