Los Angeles is full of family-friendly activities. The city is a great place to bring the kids as there are endless adventures and activities. There are tiny places and huge places perfect for the entire family. Here are some of the best family-friendly destinations in Los Angeles.
Kidspace Children’s Museum
The Kidspace Children’s Museum provides fun for the whole family with its interactive exhibits. They have a cool imagination workshop where you can open your mind to all sorts of new ideas, a large greenhouse, and an ant colony that you can climb on.
The outdoor Arroyo Adventure provides a place where children can hear all about ecosystems, and even climb in a hawk’s nest. The young ones can play in a mud kitchen and learn to build a dam. It can get messy, but it’s all worth it for the fun and educational experience.
Griffith Park is a huge area with something for everyone of all ages. You can hike up to the Hollywood Sign, check out the Griffith Observatory, take a trip over to the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens, and/or ride horseback the entire way.
They also have three train rides. You can check out the locomotive over at the Griffith Park & Southern Railroad, the L.A. Zoo Choo Choo train, or the Travel Town Railroad.
El Capitan Theatre
El Capitan Theatre is full of Old Hollywood glamour first opening back in 1926. It even plays host to “Tiny Tot Tuesdays.” Seeing as it is a Disney-operated theater for all ages, visitors get to check out all of the classic Disney characters with live singing and dancing.
You may even see some confetti fall from the ceiling. Located on Hollywood Boulevard, the El Capitan Theatre lets you step back in time for a day of fun.
La Brea Tar Pits & Museum
The La Brea Tar Pits is home to some of the most famous fossils. Located in the Los Angeles Miracle Mile district, it’s the perfect place to look for fossils of all shapes and sizes. Your family can check out the tar pits and watch the scientists at work. The fossil lab is the perfect place to watch fossils extracted from tar. The museum has exhibits on the Ice Age with movies to watch, as well.