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Griffith Observatory

Enjoy a dazzling view of L.A. all lit up at night and learn about the cosmos at the same time. The Griffith Observatory is a local icon and national leader in public astronomy. It’s also a popular gathering place and one of So Cal’s biggest attractions. Ponder our role in the universe, partake in real astronomy, ID the constellations through powerful telescopes, attend a screening plus Q&A, join a “star party” and watch live shows. The sunset walks and talks are a great entry point.

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Disneyland

The original 100-acre Disneyland opened in Anaheim in 1955 is just 45 miles from The Miramar, and they don’t call it the “happiest place on Earth” for nothing. Take the kids or just be a kid for a day.
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Hiking

The steep, green Santa Monica Mountains stretch from Malibu all the way to downtown Los Angeles with surprisingly quick access to the wilderness.
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Biking the Boardwalk

Take one of our complimentary beachcombers and pedal all or part of The Strand, a 26-mile coastal cycling path that extends from Pacific Palisades to Torrance