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9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know
Bradbury Building is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

1. Bradbury Building

8.9
304 S Broadway, Los Ángeles, CA
Edificio · Downtown Los Angeles · 46 tips y reseñas

PureWowPureWow: One of the West Coast’s great structures—an office building that’s got wrought iron, Italian marble stairs and enough skylights to make it look part soaring cathedral and part Parisian alleyway. Leer más.

Neutra VDL House is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

2. Neutra VDL House

8.4
2300 Silver Lake Blvd, Los Ángeles, CA
Lugar histórico · Silver Lake · 3 tips y reseñas

PureWowPureWow: Architect Richard Neutra built this then-revolutionary Modernist home for himself in 1932. Walking through it today is like touring Design Within Reach’s greatest hits. Leer más.

Leonis Adobe Museum is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

3. Leonis Adobe Museum

23537 Calabasas Rd (El Canon Avenue), Calabasas, CA
Lugar histórico · Woodland Hills-Warner Center · 1 tip

PureWowPureWow: The main house is one of the oldest in the Los Angeles. We’re fascinated not only by the colonial structure but also by the Chumash Indian hut that’s been erected on the Calabasas grounds. Leer más.

Pico Canyon Park is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

4. Pico Canyon Park

7.9
25600 Pico Canyon Rd. (at Pico Canyon Park), Stevenson Ranch, CA
Parque · Newhall · 5 tips y reseñas

PureWowPureWow: The start of Cali’s oil boom is in this Santa Clarita field; this gusher started in 1876 and continued to produce oil for 114 yrs. Now it’s a ghost town named Mentryville, which includes hiking trails Leer más.

Point Dume State Beach is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

5. Point Dume State Beach

9.3
7401 S Birdview Ave, Malibu, CA
State / Provincial Park · Point Dume · 49 tips y reseñas

PureWowPureWow: This showstoppingly beautiful Malibu beach has earned its place with a storied past that includes stints as a whaling spot, a nudist beach and (on film) Tony Stark’s rad home. Leer más.

Watts Towers of Simon Rodia State Historic Park is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

6. Watts Towers of Simon Rodia State Historic Park

7.9
1765 E 107th St (at S Wilmington Ave), Los Ángeles, CA
Jardín de esculturas · Watts · 46 tips y reseñas

PureWowPureWow: An Italian immigrant construction worker spent 33 years of nights and weekends to build a mini city of 99-foot-high towers out of rebar concrete and 7 Up bottles. Outsider art was never the same. Leer más.

Hollyhock House is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

7. Hollyhock House

8.5
4800 Hollywood Blvd (btw Normandie & Vermont), Los Ángeles, CA
Museo · Little Armenia · 18 tips y reseñas

PureWowPureWow: Great architect Frank Lloyd Wright build this dramatic interpretation of a Mayan temple (concrete, leaded glass and a grand fireplace included) in 1921. Leer más.

The Pasadena Playhouse is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

8. The Pasadena Playhouse

8.6
39 S El Molino Ave (Green & Colorado), Pasadena, CA
Teatro · Playhouse District · 28 tips y reseñas

PureWowPureWow: In the 1920s, this place led a nationwide craze called the Little Theatre Movement, in which brainy, challenging works were mounted. Leer más.

Manhattan Beach Pier is one of 9 Groovy L.A. Landmarks You Need to Know.

9. Manhattan Beach Pier

9.4
100 Manhattan Beach Blvd (at The Strand), Manhattan Beach, CA
Muelle · Sand Section · 78 tips y reseñas

PureWowPureWow: An octagonal Mediterranean-style building sits at the end of this 928-foot pier that, in the 1940s, was a mecca for a new sports craze: surfing. Leer más.