Top 9 Trending Attractions in gay LOS ANGELES

Gay Los Angeles Tours and Attractions – Wondering what to do in LA? Los Angeles offers endless options for memorable experiences. Whether it’s visiting a quiet museum, or reliving a magical moment from your favourite movie, there are always things to do, interesting attractions and exciting events taking place throughout LA.

1. Universal Studios

Get ready for the ultimate Hollywood movie experience! Go behind the scenes on the world famous Studio Tour to explore where Hollywood movies are made. Then, face action head-on in heart-pounding rides, shows and attractions that put you inside some of the world’s biggest movies.

Be part of the battle as you embark on a mission to defend the Allspark from the evil clutches of the Decepticons© in TRANSFORMERS: The Ride 3D. Join Gru and his minions on Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, experience Fast & Furious Supercharged and now open, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™

2. The Walk of Fame

Only in Hollywood are stars so common that they can even be found on the sidewalk. The Hollywood Walk of Fame, arguably the most famous stretch of pavement in the world, is studded with over 2,600 brass stars on 18 city blocks as iconic to Hollywood as the celebrities whose names grace each mini-monument.

This California landmark can be easily squeezed into your Los Angeles vacation as a tip of your hat to Tinsel Town.

3. The Hollywood Sign

One of LA’s most distinguishing icons, the famous Hollywood sign proudly stands on Mt. Lee (Mount Lee) in the Hollywood Hills, overlooking Los Angeles and the California movie industry it has come to symbolize.

This LA landmark first appeared on its hillside perch in 1923 as an advertising gimmick for a real-estate development called Hollywoodland. Each letter stands 50 feet (15 meters) tall and is made of sheet metal painted white.

4. Rodeo Drive

One of the most famous shopping districts in the world, Rodeo Drive attracts a well-heeled crowd of label lovers who exercise their credit cards at designer shops like Louis Vuitton, Prada, Tiffany, and Gucci. Between the elegant storefronts, luxury cars, and swaying palm trees, it’s a Hollywood movie scene come to life.

Come join the Celebrity Homes and Rodeo Drive Shopping Tour to see where the stars live and visit the places where the rich and famous come to play!

5. Sunset Strip

This legendary 1.5-mile stretch of Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood extends east-west from Beverly Hills to Hollywood, laid end to end with music venues, comedy clubs, boutiques, restaurants and hotels that attract music, TV, film and fashion celebrities.

An assault to the senses in terms of both traffic and visuals, the Sunset Strip is studded with a trademark array of huge, colorful advertising billboards.Three sites of notoriety along the strip are the former “Rock’n’Roll Hyatt”  the elegant Chateau Marmont, and music club the Viper Room.

6. Santa Monica

Set along California’s Pacific Coast Highway, Santa Monica has two claims to fame: its wide beach and its carnivalesque pier. At Santa Monica Beach, miles of sand host playgrounds, parks, picnic areas, staffed lifeguard stations, and the original Muscle Beach.

Nearly 8 million visitors frequent the area each year, most of whom follow the boardwalk to the Santa Monica Pier, whose neon-lit arch and ferris wheel are instantly recognizable from film and TV.  Located on the world-famous Santa Monica Pier, Pacific Park® is the West Coast’s only amusement park on a pier. Have fun on 12 amusement park rides, including the Pacific Wheel, the world’s only solar-powered Ferris wheel.

7. Griffith Park

Griffith Park is one of the largest city parks in North America, covering a vast 4,310 acres (1,744 hectares). An oasis in the urban sprawl of Los Angeles, this green space caters to visitors of all ages and interests with attractions such as the Los Angeles City Zoo, the Griffith Observatory, and the iconic Hollywood sign.

Knock out must-see sights and some must-have photo ops while getting a workout on a moderate-intensity hiking tour in Los Angeles.

8. Venice Beach

Known for its free-spirited vibe, Venice Beach is a happening, upscale outlier of Los Angeles, fronted by the iconic Venice Boardwalk, officially known as the Ocean Front Walk. Encounters with pickup basketball teams, fortune tellers, and roller skating sunseekers are pretty much guaranteed—especially on hot Southern California summer days.

Beyond the sand, visit the skate park, the famous Muscle Beach outdoor gym, and Abbot Kinney Boulevard, featuring trendy restaurants, stylish boutiques, galleries, and cafés.

9. Custom Tour of Los Angeles

Get to know the city through the eyes of a passionate local. With no set itinerary, you can customize the tour or leave it up to the local for an insightful introduction to the city. Make travel about the people you meet not just the places you see.

Skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see.

Recommended Hotels in West Hollywood

Los Angeles has some of the finest hotels in the world. The city of West Hollywood is the most gay-friendly in all of Los Angeles and is easily walk-able. It pays to book early to get the best possible rates. Here are the hotels we recommend in WeHO, the gay epicentre of L.A.

Viceroy L’Ermitage
5 Star, Luxury Rooms

Viceroy L'Ermitage



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This 5-star hotel is located on a residential street in Beverly Hills, within walking distance of Rodeo Drive. The hotel offers a rooftop pool, spa services and spacious guest rooms. Free WiFi

Sunset Marquis Hotel
4 Star, Iconic Location



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The Sunset Marquis Hotel Los Angeles is located in the heart of West Hollywood. Hidden away in a tree lined cul-de-sac, it is just steps from the famed sidewalks of the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood

Petit Ermitage, 4 Star
Stunning Views

Petit Ermitage



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Featuring a private rooftop with stunning views of Los Angeles, a saltwater pool & comfortable indoor/outdoor seating, this elegant 4-star hotel is close to Sunset Strip.

Le Parc Suites, 4 Star
Boutique Hotel

Le Parc Suite Hotel



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Discover an urban oasis at this luxury boutique hotel, located in the heart of West Hollywood city center. Enjoy elegant amenities & state-of-the-art facilities, seconds from the action

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