Whale Watching Los Angeles – Newport Landing provides year-round whale watching & dolphin cruises daily departing from Newport Beach. Newport Landing is centrally located in Orange County and minutes from Los Angeles in the heart of Southern California. Newport Landing offers whale watching cruises viewing many different species of whales including giant blue whales that attain lengths of up to 80 feet or more.
Along with whales, several species of dolphin are commonly sighted. It is not uncommon to view huge pods of dolphin that number in the thousands. Many other marine creatures are sighted including seals, pelicans, and many more. Killer whales and even sharks are also seen occasionally. . Multiple cruises daily. $25 for adults and $20 for juniors.
Go Los Angeles Card
The Go Los Angeles Card is your ticket to the best LA has to offer. For one price you can enter over 40 attractions – including the Paramount Pictures Studio Tour, Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Kodak Theatre tour, LA City Tours, museums, and much more. The Go Card is the only ticket you need, saving you up to 50% or more compared to buying single tickets at each attraction. And if you buy a 3, 5 or 7 day Card, admission to Universal Studios is included!
The Hollywood Museum – The Hollywood Museum is the ultimate destination for movie fans. The museum’s permanent collection captures the miracles of motion picture magic, past and present, on four floors and in 5,000 eye-popping displays.
Warner Bros Studio Tours – The Warner Bros. Studios VIP Tour is the only studio tour where you can enjoy an in-depth, personalized look, inside the movie magic machine, at one of Hollywood’s busiest and most famous movie and television studios.
Madame Tussauds Hollywood – Experience the real glamour and elegance of Hollywood as you immerse yourself in an interactive experience with celebrities, Super heroes, movie makers and much more.
Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Gardens – Located on 86 acres in Claremont, California, just south of the San Gabriel foothills, the Garden is home to 70,000 native Californian plants, representing 2,000 native species, hybrids and cultivars. Each season the Garden showcases the incredible wealth and diversity of our state’s treasure of native plants.
American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre – The Cinematheque is a cultural, arts organization that programs year-round specialty film series at the newly renovated, landmark 1922 Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard.
Hollywood Entertainment District – The Hollywood Entertainment District is a business improvement district (BID) spanning an 18-block stretch of Hollywood Boulevard. The District includes Walk of Fame, Mann’s Chinese Theatre, and world-famous intersection of Hollywood and Vine.