We all love our go-tos for shopping, high art, movies going and family outings. You know–The Grove, LACMA, Arclight and the LA Zoo. If you’ve already been to these wonderful LA outing staples and want to try something new, here is a list of options for something different:
Shopping: You’ve done the Grove, try Brentwood Country Market. It’s the low key version of The Grove. It’s not overly crowded, it has a nice blend of luxury shops and nice restaurants. Try Sweet Rose Creamery for a sweet treatas well as Diesel which is a great independent book store.
Museum: Been to LACMA and want a different flavored art? Try the Museum of Latin American Art. It’s in Long Beach’s East Village Arts District. MOLAA contains over 1500 オンライン カジノ works of art including paintings, sculpture and photography. It features works from one artis from every country in Latin America.
Movie Theatre: Arclight rocks, but if you want to switch things up try The Cinefamily at the Silent Movie Theatre. The Cinefamily is a non profit movie theatre that screens 14 shows per week. It’s an eclectic mix including such genres as Olf French films and retro horror movies. Check their online calendar at www.cinefamily.org.
Family Outing: Have you seen all of the animals at the Los Angeles Zoo? Here’s another option. Take your family to the Wildlife Learning Center in Sylmar. It’s open to the public. The Wildlife Learning Center rescues and rehabilitates wild animals and educates the public as the same time. The small center features foxes, turtles birds porcupines and more. Children’s birthday parties can be hosted there. Make sure to see Lola the Sloth.