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Sunny, showy Los Angeles is a traveler’s playground. Hollywood lights the way in this one-industry town, but there are many other places to explore and things to do in Los Angeles—beaches, coffee bars, trendy boutiques, cool performance venues, secret spas, cult-worthy sweet shops, swank cocktail lounges, hip galleries, and see-and-be-seen nightclubs from Brentwood and Beverly Hills to Echo Park, Malibu, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, Venice Beach, and beyond.

Search Travel + Leisure’s travel guide for great ideas on what to do in Los Angeles. Our team of experts point you to secret spots and the best of the best experiences, like visiting the Getty Center, shopping Abbot Kinney Boulevard, spa-going in Koreatown, and a stroll in little-known Franklin Canyon Park. No visit to Los Angeles is complete without a taste of glamour and the movies. Catch one on the big screen at the iconic 1960s ArcLight Theatre. Want more Hollywood? Check out our insider listings, which include a boutique that sells clothes and costumes from major productions; a shop with great vintage movie posters, the Hollywood Museum, the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, and much more. Still looking for things to do in Los Angeles? Let T+L roll out the red carpet and be your guide to Tinseltown.

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  • Susiecakes

    The patrons have Madeline and Mildred to thank for the bakery's treats: owner Susan Sarich's gran...

  • Suzanne Felsen

    Once a 1920s Spanish duplex, Suzanne Felsen’s boutique on Melrose Avenue is now a modernist bunga...

  • TableArt

    The unique and the beautiful are openly celebrated at this Melrose Avenue retailer that makes qua...

  • Tar Pit

    Designer cocktails and Art Deco decor distinguish this sumptuous throwback to a 1930s supper club...

  • Teddy's

    Nightclub aficionados refer to this sultry club as a micro-lounge, but what’s truly microscopic h...

  • Tehrangeles

    Home to one of the largest populations of Persian-Americans in the US, Tehrangeles – a neighborho...

  • Temperley London, L.A.

    Alice Temperley’s modern "Cool Britannia" designs are offered stateside in this boutique on Melro...

  • The Abbey

    Sprawling coffeehouse-nightclub. This sprawling club (there are four bars in all) hosts an annual...

  • The Brig

    This gussied-up former dive bar is a community watering hole within a pretty exceptional (star-st...

  • The Bunny Museum

    The Museum: If Monty Python’s killer Rabbit of Caerbannog freaked you out, may want to steer clea...

  • The Dime

    This tiny cocktail lounge in the Fairfax District is owned by impresario Andy Fiscella and produc...

  • The Doheny (closed)

    Vincenzo Marianella created cocktails for this exclusive, invitation-only club, which has a list ...

  • The Edison

    Once home to downtown L.A.’s first power plant, this cavernous two-story speakeasy still has plen...



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