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X (now X2 (X squared) ) - Six Flags Magic Mountain
Tatsu - Six Flags Magic Mountain
Xcelerator - Knotts Berry Farm
Ghost Rider - Knotts Berry Farm
Big Dipper at Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
Medusa - Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
Top Gun - California's Great America
California Screamin - Disney's California Adventure

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Autry Western Heritage Museum
The western United States burns to life here with eight galleries of art and artifacts representing historical events and fiction of the 16th century to today.
4700 Heritage Way West, Los Angeles. (323) 667-2000.

Bob Hope Square
World World II to the Gulf War, the comedian Bob Hope entertaining the troops, with laughter and a group of beautiful actresses in combat zones. In honor of her birthday number 100 29 May 2003, the famous corner of Hollywood and Vine was named Bob Hope Square by a unanimous vote of the City of Los Angeles.
Hollywood and Vine Corner

Afro-American Museum of California
In Exposition Park, the Museum State has a permanent art collections and the history related to

the African-American culture, with temporary exhibitions.
600 State Drive, Los Angeles. (213) 744-7432

California Science Center
Pending Weird mind and fingers of the hand hundreds of exhibits in physics, and others on the biology, technology and environment. Gallery exhibition space include capsule from NASA and a fighter jet.
700 State Drive. (323) 724-3623

CBS Television City
When Elvis appeared on time the Ed Sullivan Show in 1956, his performance was recorded at CBS Television City, later became famous as the starting point for the Carol Burnett Show, The Sonny & Cher Show and dozens of other successes. Find the building with the CBS eye logo familiar, just north of the Farmers Market. Free tickets can be arranged for recording network.
7800 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles. (323) 575-2448

Celebrity Graves
Los Angeles cemeteries abound opportunity to pay tribute to ex-stars. These include Forest Lawn Memorial Park - Hollywood Hills, with plots of Gene Autry, Lucille Ball, Bette Davis, Andy Gibb, Liberace, Ricky Nelson, and Telly Savalas, among others. At Forest Lawn - Glendale are the resting places of George Burns and Gracie Allen, Theda Bara, Humphrey Bogart, Sammy Davis Jr., Walt Disney, Clark Gable, and Red Skelton, among others. At Hollywood Forever Memorial Park are the graves of Cecil B. DeMille, Douglas Fairbanks and Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Jayne Mansfield and Rudolf Valentino, among others. In Hillside Memorial Park is the place of Jack Benny, Milton Berle, Lorne Greene, Michael Landon, and Dinah Shore, among others. Marilyn Monroe is buried at Westwood Memorial Park, as Truman Capote, Burt Lancaster, Jack Lemmon, Dean Martin, Roy Orbison, Natalie Wood and Darryl F. Zanuck, among others.

Forest Lawn Memorial Park - Glendale, 1712 Glendale Avenue South. (323) 254-3131
Hollywood Hills Forest Lawn Memorial Park - 6300 Forest Lawn Drive. (323) 254-7251
Homes in Memorial Park, 6001 Centinela Ave. (310) 641-0707
Hollywood Forever Memorial Park, 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard. (323) 469-1181
Westwood Memorial Park, 1218 Glendon Ave. (310) 474-1579

The Dodgers Stadium
56,000-seat stadium has generally share overhang From early April until early October, with other events throughout the year.
1000, avenue du Parc-Elysees in Los Angeles. (323) 224-1448

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
This smart multifunctional seat theater is home to 3.197 Philharmonic Los Angeles Opera and Master

135 North Grand Avenue, Los Angeles. (213) 972-7211

Farmers Market
Founded in 1934, this historic outdoor market offers quality restaurants and cafes, fresh meat, poultry, seafood, and flowers.
6333 West Third Street, Los Angeles. (323) 954-4230

Grand Central Market
In operation since 1917, more than 50 booths with food, meat, spices and food Quick reflect the multicultural heritage of the region.
317 South Broadway, Los Angeles. (213) 624-2378

Graumans Chinese Theatre
Also known Grauman's Chinese Theatre, the first-run films shown at this theater, whose reputation is overshadowed by many fans in the court Famous for their fingerprints and footprints of Hollywood legends, dating back to when Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks attended the first ceremony April 20, 1927. Among dozens of tracks are those of Fred Astaire (4.1938 Ceremony in February 1942), Humphrey Bogart (77 ceremony on August 21 1946), Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson (113 Ceremony on September 26, 1956), Natalie Wood (Ceremony 118 on December 5, 1961) and Nicolas Cage (Ceremony 182, August 19, 2001).
6925 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood. (323) 461-3331

Hollywood Entertainment Museum
It is "the place" to celebrate the art of entertainment in film, television, radio, sound recording and new media. Until they are memories, exhibitions, display multi-six-minute video and a study tour of filming in September, leading to visits to the original sets of Star Trek: The Next Generation, The X-Files, and cheers.
7021 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood. (323) 465-7900

Guinness World Records in Hollywood
Catching Records the world with amazing facts, feats, and achievements in film, video, special effects and animations. Visitors can access information through hands on interaction.
6764 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood. (323) 463-6433

Knott's Berry Farm
Once a berry farm real This 160-acre theme park is full of world-class attractions family shows, and attractions such as Ghostrider wooden coaster, Supreme Scream (30-storey height, 3 seconds behind), and high-octane thrill of Xcelerator, sending riders from 0 to 80 km / h in 2.3 seconds. For a rate slower, try to Camp Snoopy, home of the strip Peanuts.
8039 Boulevard Beach, Buena Park. (714) 220-5200

Mission San Juan Capistrano
Considered as the birthplace of Orange County Mission San Juan Capistrano was founded more than 200 years and is now a monument of the Multicultural History California, which includes Native American, Mexican and European heritage. Visitors hear death knell of the centenary, while walking along the paths worn in the 10 acres of lush gardens and fountains of closure by Adobe walls. In the Padres are fourth in the military barracks, and the Great Stone Church.
Angle Ortega Highway and Camino Capistrano. (949) 234-1300

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
MOCA presents thematic exhibitions and international permanent collections of paintings, sculptures and works of the environment created since 1940.
250 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles. (213) 626-6222

Aviation Museum
asphalt outdoor exhibitions are flying vintage aircraft loans and other historic ships such as the Douglas World Cruiser 1924 Orleans Up.
Loop North Santa Monica 2772 Donald Douglas. (310) 392-8822

Museum of Tolerance
For better management of discrimination, the dynamics of racism and prejudice, the struggle for civil rights, and the events that led to the Holocaust Nazi World War II, the head of the Museum of Tolerance, an educational component of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. A gallery of gifts stock special items of its kind in the world. 9786, Pico Boulevard West, Los Angeles. (310) 553-8430

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Founded in 1913, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles is a national power in research, exhibitions and education, the protection of more 33 million pieces. The Discovery Center has hands on natural history specimens and insect zoo with live insects crawling around world. Permanent exhibitions are fossils and dinosaurs, gems and minerals exquisite, large dioramas, a living history of California and impressive room Indians.
900 Exposition Blvd. (213) 763-DINO

Page Museum La Brea Tar Pits in the
Skeletons of saber-toothed cats, mammoths and wolves roaming say the Los Angeles basin for thousands of years of waiting in the fossil museum world class. Rancho La Brea is one of the richest deposits of fossils in the world and sticky asphalt (commonly known as "tar") has taken and retained more than three million fossils, many are in perfect condition.
5801 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles. (323) 934-PAGE

Studio Tour Paramount
Paramount Studios, the only major classic studio still in Hollywood, is rich in history and tradition while setting global standards of entertainment. No visit Similar to two hours, because it is precisely the spontaneous production activities. Celebrity encounters are not rare, because it is where they work.
5555 Melrose Ave. (323) 956-1777

Petersen Automotive Museum Tour
From the fast lane in the path memory, cars marks a milestone in the path of American culture of Detroit and Hollywood, between the cars belonging to stars of Clapton 1956 1940 Jaguar and 1965 Steve McQueen XKSS Porsche 356 Cabriolet Janis Joplin, Eric C Ford Coupe.
6060 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles. (323) 930-CARS

Sunset Boulevard
Link with the downtown Hollywood gritty palace in Beverly Hills, Sunset Boulevard - a winding road of downtown LA about 20 miles in the Pacific - is classified as one of the most famous streets in the world, helped by the film starring Gloria Swanson in 1950 (followed by Andrew Lloyd Webber musical with Glenn Close, 1993), fading legend Norma Desmond on the big screen. In the 60s, inspired by television 77th Street on the Sunset Strip, and the final scene in Woody Allen's Annie Hall is a terrace along Sunset Strip. Dozens more or less attractive, other studies include KCET (4401 Sunset Boulevard) offers guided tours and the Hollywood Palladium (6215 Sunset Boulevard) a stage for artists of diverse backgrounds Lawrence Welk to the Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead and The Who. At the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Vine is the Cinerama theater Dome 6660 Sunset Boulevard is the designer, a favorite of celebs Donuts and food for studies, partly owned by Steven Spielberg.

UCLA Armand Hammer Museum Center of Art and Culture
Works by Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso and other teachers are part of permanent collections are displayed in the rotation. Major traveling exhibitions, music, dance, poetry and lectures are also major draws.
10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles. (310) 443-7000

Universal Studios Hollywood
Allow access close enough to hear the cameras, Universal Studios Hollywood with light on how great movies happen today. Then the visitors more excitement to the sets of monster movies plunge in Jurassic Park - The Ride to The Return of the Mummy: House of Doom and more.
100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City. (818) 508-9600

Warner Brothers Tours
On film covers 75 years history of Warner, an overview of how the magic of Hollywood on this set is huge with over 30 recording studios, edition of 300 rooms, seven rooms and a screening of a liter tank of two million dollars to shoot scenes water. The museum has the best picture Oscar accessories, film scripts, like Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon, including news and a complaint Bette Davis, Jack Warner to complain they have to work too hard. Outside the museum, outdoor tram for visitors some of the more than 20 hectares of space between them friends.
4000 Warner Boulevard, Burbank. (818) 954-1744

Wells Fargo History Museum
1852 Henry Wells and William G. Fargo founded a company that has become a legendary part of America. Take a look at Wells Fargo and more action in five major exhibits covering more than 150 years of history of Wells Fargo, including a video presentation in the museum theater.
333 S. Grandiose Avenue. (213) 253-7166

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