Happy Independence Day weekend! Here are all the details for the best 4th of July fireworks, parades & kid-friendly parties in LA, where you can kayak the LA River, learn about American Indian Art & Activism and cool down at the best splash pads around town this weekend. Scroll below for some more amazing weekend picks.
And this is why we love LA: There are so many fun, culturally diverse things to do this weekend that this page is a bookmark must. From Bubble Planet, Life Beginnings and RECONNECTING (three new exhibits that are sure to blow your mind) to an inclusion playdate and a last chance to walk through Santa Monica Pride on Third Street Promenade, LA is more than just a pretty backdrop. Check out our full list below.
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Los Angeles has an incredibly rich, LGBQT history—including hosting one of the first LGBQT parades on Hollywood Blvd. in 1970. To celebrate Pride Month, we’re pulling together a list of historically significant places where you can visit and learn more about these landmark achievements, along with some kid-friendly Pride Month events you can join all month long. Check out our list below and make sure to check back often as updates are happening regularly!
While summer may not be officially here for another week and a half, it’s starting to feel like it! Grab some ice cream inspired by some of our favorite kid’s books, watch the Dodgers take on the Rangers, hike through Griffith Park guided by Pulitzer prize-winning composer Ellen Reid and treasure hunting at The Rose Bowl is back. Scroll below for the rest of our picks!
Families flock to Los Angeles from all over the world to enjoy the sunshine and stay at some of the swankiest resorts around. The good news is that you can do the same without even leaving town! Treat yourself to a poolside daycation at one of these luxe hotels without the hassle of packing an overnight bag. Before you take the plunge, take a look at our some of our favorite in-the-know day pass pools.
Dad jokes aside, the big guy in your kids’ life deserves a little TLC. And while Dad loves home made gifts as much as any of us, sometimes the best way to show him he’s loved is to spend the day with him. Here are 18 epic ways to spend Father’s Day together in and around LA.
Whether it’s checking out LEGOLAND‘s newest town Bricksburg or reliving the old west, acting like a superhero or hugging a horse, this weekend is full of new and fun things to do. Scroll below for our top picks!. Your favorite ponies are back, along with the petting zoo in Griffith...
Animals to cuddle, family nature walks, mini golf and an immersive art installation featuring everyone’s favorite dessert could, quite possibly, make this weekend the most fun yet in 2021. Scroll below for our weekend picks that the whole family can enjoy!. Visit Annenberg PetSpace for a socially-distanced story time, Pet...
A summer in Los Angeles is unlike any other so we pulled together our favorite fun-in-the-sun ideas to keep your precious little ones smiling from head-to-toe (sunscreen not included). Scroll below for the ultimate list of LA’s best family activities to do during the summer in SoCal—guaranteed to make this summer the most epic yet.
From free museum visits, live music and jaw-dropping art installations, this weekend is guaranteed to be fun-filled without breaking the bank. Of course, some of our LA favorites are back in business (with safety precautions in place of course) and well worth the price of admission. We’re looking at you El Capitan Theater! For our must-do picks, scroll below.
Masterpieces reimagined in LEGOs, one-of-a-kind shopping and a private date with a penguin? Sounds like the making of a fantastical movie but is in fact, the making of an fantastic weekend in LA. Scroll below for the rest of our weekend picks. Spring Markets are back! This long-standing tradition in...
Summer is the perfect time to hit the pool, but if you don’t have one of your own–not to worry! We’ve rounded up some fabulous Airbnbs near LA and San Diego with swim-worthy pools that will make your family vacation one for the memory books! Whether you can afford the time and go on a little road trip or want an Airbnb rental nearby, check out our list of fabulous southern California vacation rentals with the coolest pools.
Looking for fun things to do with kids in LA? We’ve got you covered…for at least the next three years or so. Read on for our epic family-friendly activities in Los Angeles aka: the only family fun bucket list you’ll ever need. From unforgettable day trips to local hidden gems (as well as things to do in Los Angeles during COVID), here are 100 things to do in and around SoCal. Let the memory-making begin!
Mom. Entertainer, chef, homeschool teacher, boo-boo healer. This weekend is all about celebrating Mom and after the year she’s had, she deserves a little attention and extra love. Need some Mother’s Day inspo? Check out the Modern Maker’s outdoor market for locally crafted good and live music or take Mom on a 2-hour cruise featuring MOMosas and glorious coastline views. For the rest of the impressive list, scroll below.
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On the other side of town, the Mission Inn—the historic Riverside hotel that's been providing memorable stays since the 1900s, is offering a Mother's Day Indulgence package that includes a portable PALLAS Skincare set, a bottle of Irvine & Roberts Vineyards wine, two Casey's Cupcakes (this doesn't mean you need to share), plus $100 food and beverage credit upon check-in. The package is available from May 1 until May 31, 2021.
This weekend is full of dreamy escapes, literally and figuratively! Head to the Museum of Dream Space for a 360-degree (dreamy) experience, lose yourself in the Huntington’s Orbit Pavillion where you can experience an innovative “soundscape” produced by satellites in space and escape reality with this week’s drive-in feature Frozen 2, featuring, Arendelle’s favorite sister duo, Elsa and Anna. For the rest of our weekend picks, scroll below.
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Over the hill and far removed from the hectic (and sometimes cuckoo pace of Hollywood) is Studio City. Tucked between Sherman Oaks, North Hollywood and the Cahuenga Pass, Studio City has become a popular spot for parents to raise their growing broods thanks to the easy walkability, incredible restaurants and shops, plus some top-rated schools. It’s no wonder so many families call it home! Whether you’re a resident or just a valley visitor for the day, here are the best things to do in Studio City.
Celebrate the Earth this weekend by volunteering to help clean up our beautiful beaches, parks, trails and more. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, make a plan to grab some limited-edition food from the LA Food Pop Up at Platform, and then drive around town to check out the L.A. Billboard Project—a unique, free, open-air art exhibit on view from the comfort of your own car. For the full list of weekend picks, scroll below!