The 48-Hour Guide to Family Friendly Los Angeles

Redwood tree at Clifton’s
Redwood tree at Clifton’s | Photo by Wonho Frank Lee, courtesy of Los Angeles Conservancy

No matter your family’s interests - sports, theme parks, art, science, outdoor play, shopping - Los Angeles delivers in a big way. And with nearly 300 days of sun a year, nothing is going to stop your family from fully partaking of the city’s seemingly infinite attractions. Read on for our 48-hour guide to Family Friendly Los Angeles.

There are a million ways to get lost in Los Angeles. The good kind of lost. The kind where you get so absorbed in what you're doing that you forget about the outside world. The kind where you open up to whatever happens next. The kind where you discover new things you like and new things about yourself. How will you Get Lost in L.A.?

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251 S. Olive St.
90012 Los Angeles , CA
Pricy
1111 S. Figueroa St.
90015 Los Angeles , CA
18400 Avalon Blvd.
90746 Carson , CA
750 N Hill Street
90012-2319 Los Angeles , CA
Moderate
900 Exposition Blvd
90007 Los Angeles , CA
Free
200 Santa Monica Pier
90401 Santa Monica , CA
3621 N. Sepulveda Bl., #2
90266 Manhattan Beach , CA
648 S Broadway
90014 Los Angeles , CA
Cheap
1600 Ocean Front Walk
90401 Santa Monica , CA
221 S Grand Ave.
90012 Los Angeles , CA