23 Secret Places πŸ™Š in Los Angeles for Girls Who Want to Explore πŸ—Ί Somewhere New πŸ‘πŸΌ ...

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There’s nowhere quite like Los Angeles.

Indelibly associated with Tinsel Town, it is so much more than a place where movies are made.

Endless hours of sunshine and fantastic beaches are just two reasons to visit but there are so many attraction tourists don’t even know about.

If you’re headed LA way, put some of these on your itinerary and see something of the real city.

1. Sweet! Hollywood

Sweet! Hollywood

This place is billed, quite rightly, as the world's greatest candy entertainment store!

Located in the Hollywood and Highland complex, Sweet!

Hollywood covers 28,000 square feet and stocks more than 250 varieties of chocolate and candy.

It has to be seen to be believed!

2. Hollywood Museum

Hollywood Museum

This is a hidden cultural gem along the Walk of Fame;

a four-storey museum that holds one of the largest collections of Hollywood memorabilia anywhere in the world.

An absolute must see for any fan of the movies, it's home is the former Max Factor building.

3. Ferndell Nature Center

Ferndell Nature Center

Amongst the glitz and the glamour, it can be hard to remember to Los Angeles actually has some amazing nature.

Visit the Ferndell Nature Center at Griffith Park as it proves to be a serene getaway from all of the hustle and bustle.

4. Lake Hollywood Reservoir

Lake Hollywood Reservoir

The newly repaired trail that goes all the way around the Lake Hollywood Reservoir makes for a great way to spend the walking, jogging, cycling, and picnicking.

You will definitely be befriended by some hungry ducks along the way.

5. Travel Town Museum

Travel Town Museum

Los Angeles has a rich and interesting railroad history, and you can visit the little known Travel Town Museum to learn all about this forgotten era;

a small museum that has been going since 1947.

6. AmΓ©rica Tropical

AmΓ©rica Tropical

This is the only public U.S.

mural by famous Mexican artist Alfara Siqueiros that is still in its original location.

It is becoming something of a pilgrimage and tribute site for fans of the painter.

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