Planning a trip to the City of Angels?

Discover all the best places to visit that only the locals know about.

Whether you want to party all night long, sample the local cuisine, or get up close and personal with the stars, keep reading to find out all the hidden gems that LA has to offer. 

  1. The Bridge to Nowhere

Just as intriguing and exciting as it sounds, the Bridge to Nowhere is one of the best-kept secrets in the world of hiking in LA. 

As the name suggests, about halfway through the hike, you will see a big bridge in the middle of nowhere. A once-in-a-lifetime experience for anyone who loves the outdoors and the natural world, this mesmerizing mountain wilderness is a mere 40 miles from LA. 

  1. CA Escort Services 

Do you wish you could have someone fun to experience LA with? Someone who knows the city inside and out and who can take you to all the best venues? 

If yes, then CA Escort Services is just what you need to ensure your trip to Los Angeles is the best it can be. 

With premium-quality companionship guaranteed, this high-end service promises to transform your trip from unremarkable to unbelievable. 

  1. Mural Mile

If you are looking for an attraction that is off the beaten track, then this is the LA hidden gem for you. Located in San Fernando Valley, the Mural Mile contains 40 murals that aim to showcase the diversity of this vibrant city. 

With local artists adding to this magnificent mile on a daily basis, you might even get to see one of the area’s top talents in action! 

  1. Box Canyon 

Many people don’t even know that there is a box canyon in Los Angeles, which is what makes this natural attraction so special.

The perfect spot for a bit of Instagram happy snapping, the Box Canyon in LA boasts vividly colored badlands, oases, slot canyons, and narrow ravines. 

You won’t find this LA attraction in very many guidebooks and, if you do, don’t be alarmed by the cult story! It’s still a must-see for any LA tourist. 

  1. The Bunny Museum

As the name suggests, the Bunny Museum is a museum that is dedicated to bunny rabbits. It’s described as the “happiest place in the world,” so if you are feeling a little down in the dumps, then this is the LA attraction to lift your spirits. 

Explore the world’s largest collection of bunny memorabilia with bunnies in every corner and crevice. Expect to leave with your jaw open and your mind racing. 

Is it possible to have too many bunnies under one roof? We’ll let you answer that for yourself! 

Other must-see attractions in LA:

  • The Sunken City 
  • Hollywood Cross 
  • Elysian Park 
  • The Korean Bell of Friendship

Of course, you can’t go to Los Angeles without also checking out all the main tourist attractions, including the Griffith Observatory, the Getty Center, and Santa Monica Pier. 

Just don’t forget to explore attractions that are off the beaten track as well!