West Los Angeles


If you want to see the cultural side of Southern California you’ll need to spend some time in West Los Angeles. Considered the hub of L.A.’s cultural scene, West L.A. is comprised of more than fifteen distinct districts that give the area its cosmopolitan feel.

Sitting high above the foothills of Los Angeles and housing millions of dollars in artwork, is one of West L.A.’s most famous landmarks: The Getty. Soak up works by famous artists as you wander through The Getty’s expansive hallways, then move outside to stroll throughout the museum’s lush gardens. For something more intimate consider paying a visit to the Hammer Museum. This small venue is famous for featuring the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collection of billionaire Armand Hammer. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Skirball Museum and Museum of Tolerance also make up the wonderful cultural landscape of West Los Angeles.

If shopping is more to your liking, West L.A.’s most trendy spot is Westwood Village. Here you’ll find a great hangout with plenty of trendy shops and restaurants. The Westside Pavilion is a popular mall famous for its ultra-modern architecture. Grab a cup of coffee, do some shopping and who knows? You may see a celebrity or two.

With its diverse mix of residents, there’s no shortage of delicious food. Mexican, Japanese, Ethiopian and Middle Eastern cuisines and more are all available. Whether you’ve been searching for a varied mix of art, history, music or food, West Los Angeles is waiting for you to visit.

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