20 Things to do in Los Angeles in 2020



Los Angeles is a massive city with so much to see as a tourist or visitor. I wanted to make this video to spotlight the LA area and to share some of the best spots to explore if you visit. I spent a lot of time researching and getting content for this video, so I hope it provides a good understanding of the city and helps you get out and explore LA in the new year. Let me know what I left off in the comments.

You can read more about all of these spots at

Downtown LA Video –

Chapters:

0:00 – Intro
0:22 – Downtown LA
0:49 – Hollywood Blvd
1:19 – Griffith Observatory
1:55 – Hollywood Sign
2:35 – California Science Center
3:06 – Olvera Street
3:40 – Echo Park
4:18 – Hollywood Bowl
4:50 – Dodgers Stadium
5:20 – Universal Studios
5:53 – Backlot Tours
6:33 – Rodeo Drive
7:13 – La Brea Tar Pits
7:50 – Getty Center
8:28 – Movie Locations
9:01 – Venice Beach
9:33 – Santa Monica
10:14 – Malibu
10:48 – Restaurants
11:22 – In-N-Out

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49 comments

  1. Say whatever they like about it, California will always be where everybody comes to. For some of us though it shall remain a dream. A day in LA, id like to go to West Beverly High or the Peach Pitt🍨🥄

  2. You should also mention The Grove and Farmers Market. I live in Vegas so I go to LA all the time, only a 40 min flight/4 hour drive. The Grove is a really great vibe, especially in the evening. Very clean and Farmers Market offers great food. Highly recommend

  3. Go t o 7763 Mel rose ave for small business markets every first and third sat, next one is 10/02 from 11-5pm if you’re in Hollywood

  4. People say LA is bad, I’m from a upper middle class Charlotte suburbs never leaving my town, I always think LA is a garbage heap but I want so see why California is the most populated state.

  5. Im looking at traveling to LA. How much are the houses as im deciding between LA and Chicago where to live. I know that you need a green card but what else do you need thank you.

  6. Hi! Thanks for the video! My question is: is it possible to visit all of these locations with public transportation?? Thanks!

  7. This was SUCH a helpful video! I did about 80% of everything you recommended on my first visit to West LA last week. Thank you so much for your insightful recommendations. I had a freakin blast out there. 💙🤩

  8. Moving in a month to Woodland Hills with my husband, learning more about Cali neighborhoods through you. thank you for your videos!

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