world class store for music players. You can spend hours trying all the different instruments. the prices are excellent. I bought drums and guitars and the staff is very helpful.
This is a multi floor paradise for music lovers. Anything you are looking for is here, if not then it doesn't exist. They have alot of imported music and the staff is funny and helpful.
You have to visit this one-of-a-kind store! They sell great funny t-shirts with prints of different personalities included the President ! They sell also plain t-shirts, bags, hats, accessories and have also same sex kind of stuff. The web page is great.
This museum featuure a collection of more than 75,000 TV and radio programs and it is LA's first real attempt at providing a media museum of scholarly value.
Petco is the best. The staff is always nice and they have a good selction of every item you may need for your pet, from food to toys to cages and medecines.
this museum has a very stimulating contemporary exhibition on the history and culture of afro americans as well as paintings and sculptures from local and national artists. Free entrance!
the building is an explosion of Spanish architecture and hosts exhibits of dinosaur bones and fossils and skeletons, rare sharks plus a gem collection that is the pearl of this great museum.
Off Figueroa Street, this is a multimilion dollar showcase for scientific education. With thousand of pressable buttons, some of the highlights of the museum include a walk in microscope, dizzying motion simulators, and a giant talking robot that offers biology instruction.
Thi smuseum has luxurious furnishings and stylish architecture of the nineteenth century, when the neighbourhood was once a pleasant middle calss ssuburb. Very interesting.
don't miss to visit this museum. The building is a converted Buddhist temple that now houses the exhibits on everything from origami to teh internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Situated in LIttle Tokyo I am sure you will enjoy also the area and the restaurants.