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Located away from the city, Bryce Canyon Park is often visited by the people wishing to indulge in some fun outings with their family. Boasting of large green spaces, a baseball court, tennis court and more, the park is suitable for people of all age groups. Patrons can simply enjoy the relaxing atmosphere or can even walk within the lush green area. There is a separate playground for children with amenities such as slides, stationary xylophones and swings. Feel free to carry your pet along as they are also welcomed here. Whether you want to spend some quality time with you family or simply relax in the arms of mother nature, Bryce Canyon Park has something in store for all.
One of the most noted places in the world, the Warner Brothers Studio has played home to some of the entertainment worlds most famous comedy and drama series. The studio has numerous sets for various scenes all of which have excellent facilities, props and sound and light systems. On location here are also craft and set shops where patrons can purchase memorabilia. There is a tour of the entire studio which takes guests on a journey into the entertainment world with guides who are well versed with the place.
113 acres (54 hectares) in the center of Griffith Park is taken up by the popular Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. With over one million visitors a year, the zoo and gardens are home to hundreds of species of flora and fauna from around the world. The massive space is neatly divided into different zones for convenience. Although all are worth visiting, LAIR which opened in 2012, houses some of the rarest and most endangered reptiles and amphibians. The zoo hosts some of the best events in the city. It promises to be a wonderful combination of fun and learning for the whole family.
Spread over 4,210 acres (1,704 hectares) of the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, Griffith Park is often referred to as "the Central Park of Los Angeles". The municipal park is one of North America's largest urban green spaces. There's ample opportunity for outdoor activities like hiking, horseback riding and tennis, alongside popular attractions like the Griffith Observatory, the Los Angeles Zoo, the Greek Theater, and the iconic Hollywood Sign. At the confluence of landscaped greenery and rugged wilderness, Griffith Park is Los Angeles' most treasured recreational venue and scenic escape.