A Different Type of Culture With Los Angeles Attractions

One of the most interest attractions in Los Angeles is the Museum of Tolerance.  This museum is located in the city limits.  The motive of the museum is to teach people about not being bias against others, whether they’re of a different race, creed or religion. 

The museum has over 300,000 visitors each year.  It’s not just limited to students that are visiting during a field trip, either.  The museum also welcomes visitors that come from different backgrounds, such as corporate executives, law enforcement personnel and educators.

The Museum of Tolerance features an Arts and Lectures series.  This series has films that have won different awards and other events that focus on human rights.  This museum is one of a kind and there is not another one like it in the United States.  Since 1993, the Museum of Tolerance has served over four million visitors, which include children and youth.

The best part about the concert hall is the acoustics.  This is what the Walt Disney Concert Hall stands out among other concert hall facilities in the world.  The facility is home to some of the best musical groups around, such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Master Chorale.  These groups pride themselves on playing here and they don’t take it for granted.

What would the Los Angeles area be without Venice and Venice Beach?  Venice is located in the western part of Los Angeles.  It is best known for its beaches, canals and the Ocean Front Walk, which is set up in a circus-type atmosphere. 

You can find all different types of vendors, fortune-tellers, street performers, artists, bikini-wearing skaters, basketball (make sure you have your “A” game for that), and believe it or now, Hare Krishnas and belly dancers.

The Venice area is one of the most popular and important tourist attractions in the Los Angeles and Southern California areas.

In the summertime is when the Venice area has the most activity going on.  There’s activity during the winter season as well, but only on weekends.  The Venice Boardwalk area is a great place for walking and riding your bicycle. 

The best time to come is midday or wait until late during the weekend.  The area has a lot going on until darkness hits.  Then it gets quiet until the next day. 

This is just a taste of the many attractions you will find in Los Angeles.  It would take you a lifetime to see all of them.