Free Tourist Activities in Los Angeles California

Welcome to the entertainment capital of America and California’s liveliest city. Los Angeles is a unique, diverse, and almost confounding town as it is not a celebrity-filled La-la land as we see in the movies. This place has a lot of different activities available for locals and tourists. But, being the city, it is today, naturally, some of these activities may be out of several people’s budgets. But don’t worry, we got you. Here are some of the best free tourist activities in Los Angeles, California.

Infinity Mirrored Room

Located in The Broad Museum, a popular contemporary art museum, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away (2013) is a mirrored room with LED lights that you can go in for up to one minute. If you visit, remember that free-time tickets require a reservation (These tickets do not include access to paid special exhibitions and events). Also, This Infinity Mirrored Room is a dark, enclosed space with flashing lights, so it may not be suitable for people that are sensitive to light and enclosed, dark areas.

Venice Beach and Canals

Venice Beach is known for its surf and beach culture. You don’t have to give it much thought to realize that Venice, Italy, inspired this place. There’s not much in common between these two cities, but they both share a unique feature: beautiful canals. Located between Venice Boardwalk and Abbot Kinney, the Venice Canals is not your usual tourist attraction, but don’t worry. The Canals are part of a residential area, but many people make a trip to visit this place. You can walk among the scenic waterways, watch ducklings swimming, take pictures, admire this Venice-like architecture, and enjoy a tranquil walk to enjoy the California weather.

California Science Center

This museum houses several permanent exhibitions with various themes, but The California Science Center is better known for the Space Shuttle Endeavour. Besides the Shuttle, this museum offers hands-on science exhibits, live habitats, animals area, authentic aerospace artifacts, airplanes and spacecraft designs, a “tunnel of life” that showcases vital processes shared by humans, plants, and animals, and if you’re lucky, a film on the 7-story IMAX screen. So, Weather you’re traveling with kids or not, this fascinating museum, with its outstanding exhibits, is a must-see if you ever find yourself in Los Angeles.

Hollywood Walk of Fame

You can find the Walk of Fame stars on Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. This attraction pays tribute to legendary and iconic figures in the entertainment industry. It’s 15 blocks long on Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks long on Vine Street. It includes around 2,690 stars that commemorate different actors, musicians, directors, and more. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce adds approximately 20 new stars every year. If you happen to be walking through the Walk of Fame during a star ceremony, you may spot several celebrities or even your favorite celebrity attending.