Griffith Park is the largest municipal park in the country, with 4,210 acres of natural, chapparal-covered terrain…More and landscaped parkland and picnic areas. The park lies just west of the Golden State Freeway (I-5), roughly between Los Feliz Boulevard to the south and the Ventura Freeway to the north. </p>
<p>The park includes bridle trails, hiking paths and mountain roads. It is home to The Griffith Observatory, one of southern California's most popular attractions. The Observatory is located on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park, just above the Los Feliz neighborhood. </p>
Griffith Observatory 2800 E Observatory Ave, Los Angeles, CA90027 Griffith Observatory is a historic museum and educational complex located at Griffith Park. It offers numerous exhibits…More and public telescopes and provides entertaining and educational programs at a 300-seat planetarium. The site was used for scenes in the classic James Dean film, “Rebel Without A Cause.”
Autry National Center 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA90027 The Autry National Center, a museum and educational facility at Griffith Park, focuses on the people, culture and…More experiences of the American West. It shows many exhibitions and special artifacts and hosts summer programs, family activities, author lectures, seminars and store events.
The Greek Theatre 2700 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA90027 The Greek Theatre is an outdoor concert and performance venue within Griffith Park. The theater has had many name…More artists and bands play the venue and has more than 5,000 seats for the audience. Some past performances have includes names like Pearl Jam, Marc Anthony, Josh Groban, The Who, Santana, Paul McCartney and many more. Check its website for details on upcoming performances or for information on the venue.