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Things to do in LA 2

Check out all the things to do and see while you are in Los Angeles for the Marathon. Plenty of fun and excitement for the entire family.

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You can also visit these Websites to find Great Deals and Things to Do and See

Discover Los Angeles
Beverly Hills
West Hollywood
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Universal Studios Hollywood

$8 off General Admission(with 2nd day free) & $10 of Front of the Line Passes
Limited-time. Only Available Online through this link
Get a second day FREE with the purchase of 1-Day General Admission.

    Same price as a 1-day pass.
    Use it 2 days or 1 day — your choice.
    Ticket includes 2 days of admission (for the same guest) to Universal Studios Hollywood, including all rides, attractions, and shows.
    Valid for two (2) visits within any 10-day period between now and March 30, 2010.
    Your first visit to Universal Studios Hollywood must be made on or before March 30, 2010. Your 2nd visit will be valid for 10 days from the date of your first visit.
    Free visit is non-transferrable – valid ID and fingerscan will be required for free visit to validate ticket holder identification.

This offer is NOT available for purchase at the park ticket booths

The Getty Center

The Getty Center in Los Angeles presents the Getty’s collection of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views.
Admission to the Getty Center and to all exhibitions is FREE—no tickets or reservations are required for general admission.

Madame Tussauds Hollywood

Guests will experience the real glamour and elegance of Hollywood from the
classic silver screen stars to contemporary actors and filmmakers. Spread over
three floors and 18 themed zones, there will be plenty of interaction, surprises
and some truly breathtaking experiences. The only question that remains is…
who do you want to meet?

Hollywood Walk of Fame

These renowned sidewalk “stars” salute the celebrities who made Hollywood great!
Well, most days you are unlikely to see any real movie stars here on the Boulevard, but if you look down at your feet, you’ll see the kind “stars” Ray Davies sang about: the bronze star-plaques, embedded in pink & charcoal terrazzo squares on the world’s most famous sidewalk.

From sun, sand and palm trees, to hiking and biking in the mountains, the Los Angeles area has something for everyone. It’s one of the only places in the world where you can climb a mountain in the morning and lie on a beach in the afternoon. Why not take a break after the race to enjoy the many activities Southern California has to offer!


Disney’s California Adventure
Knott’s Berry Farm
LegoLand California
Los Angeles Zoo
Universal Studios Hollywood


Bunker Hill/Historic Core Angels Walk
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
Descanso Gardens
Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
Griffith Observatory
Griffith Park
The Grove
Hollywood Sign
Hollywood Walk of Fame
La Brea Tar Pits
Old Chinatown Plaza
Olvera Street
Music Center
Rodeo Drive
Santa Monica Pier
Third Street Promenade


California African American Museum
California Science Center
Gene Autry Museum
J. Paul Getty Center
LA County Museum of Art
The Latino Museum of History, Art and Culture
Museum of Contemporary Art
Museum of Television and Radio
Petersen Automotive Museum


Downtown LA Restaurants


Los Angeles Dodgers
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles Lakers
Los Angeles Sparks

The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien
Wheel of Fortune

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