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top 20 places to go in los angeles 2024

When it comes to hotspots, one must know that Los Angeles is a constantly growing city, with new spots opening on the regular. As we look ahead to 2024, here are 20 ca n't-miss places for your LA bucket list.

1. La Centrale – This is the recently opened Italian food hall in Downtown LA, which offers more than ten different dining venues, including restaurants and bars. Visit the Pasta Bar to order some pasta or go for some wine at the Wine Bar. One can also spend time on the rooftop terrace to enjoy the spectacular view of the city.

2. Academy Museum of Motion Pictures – This museum was opened in 2021 and is heaven for all the movie buffs out there. Touring will enable you to view and explore actual movie props and learn more about cinema history through various kinds of machinery. If are you planning a movie, then you should make sure that you visit the glamorous David Geffen Theater.

3. The SoFi Stadium – It is not only a new place for the football clubs of LA but also an innovative stadium. It has the capability to host major concerts, festivals, and other events all year round possessing a seventy thousand capacity. It is a luxurious arena high-tech amenities such as the 4K video board make it among them.

4. Grand Central Market - This large coverage downtown food court continues to increase its roster of sellers. The Venezuelan arepas can be grabbed at Sari Sari while the ramen can be opted for from Ramenhood. However, don’t overlook the founders such as Tacos Tumbras a Tomas to mention but a few.

5. Orange Line Bike Path – The current bike High Way like many others was actually an old rail line that connects the valley to Hollywood and spans an 18-mile strip. Take a bike or a scooter and just be a rider for a while to get those great scenic views without the exertion of climbing up hills.

6. Hollywood Bowl Museum Backstage – On schedule for 2023, the second museum to be developed by the institution promises to be a highly acclaimed spot. Discover the history behind points of interest such as clips, costumes, and instruments used in historical shows.

7. Academy Museum of Motion Pictures: This is another of Los Angeles’ newest entertainment and museum destinations opened by the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures that includes museums, theaters, and etc. Do not try to bypass concerts at The Saban or exhibitions at The Strand.

8. LA River Greenway – Ever since the river began its restoration process, new pathways, parks, and other green areas have been constructed along the river stretching from the valley to Long Beach. Take a day for a walk jogging or cycling along the path of the proposed route.

9. Hollywood Park – This was a horse racing track that has since been developed into a large commercial and office park with shops, restaurants, entertainment, and entertainment spaces, as well as the SoFi Stadium. If one looks at it in that light, it is as if an entire neighborhood has been constructed from the ground up.

10. Angels Landing – Still under construction at the side of Bunker Hill in Downtown LA, this giant edifice is expected to have shops, gardens, and restaurants with a spectacular view rising above all the circles. The openings have been planned to be started from the last of 2024.

11. Lucas Museum of Narrative Art – Construction work is expected to begin next year and is set to be completed in 2025 in Exposition Park in Los Angeles, California, beside the Coliseum, Rose Garden, and Natural History Museum. Listed below is George Lucas’ unique pop culture museum that favored the use of objects that told a story.

12. Magic Box LA – This new concept store is situated in Downtown LA in 2023 and was designed by a series of installations, which consist of imaginative space with over-decoration of donuts, stilettos, etc all designed for Instagram.

13. LA Clippers Inglewood Arena – With Steve Ballmer as the owner, the Clipper's new home with a seating capacity of 18000 mid-2024 depending on the technological advancement of these facilities, will be next to SoFi Stadium east of LAX with a promise of the provision of unique fan experiences.

14. Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel – This once famous 1960s hotel has been redesigned for $2.5 billion and will reopen in 2023 with nearly 400 luxurious rooms and 63 private houses created from an attractive seventeen-story tower; also, many new dining rooms, spas, and shops to match the luxurious location of Century City.

15. Madame Tussauds Hollywood – The popular wax works attraction will be moving to a better and more digitally enhanced and engaging space on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in 2024. Speculations for future features include celebrity holograms and even more dazzling set pieces that are perfect for the ‘gram.

16. Sepulveda Transit Corridor – Fated to begin construction in this year, this long overdue train project will connect the Valley to LAX with completion somewhere in 2033. But partial route unveiling is expected to happen earlier.

17. Los Angeles State Historic Park – due to downtown’s growth, more activation will occur to this previously rail yard and now a 32-acre park by 2024 with new permanent farmers markets and community events to follow.

18. Hollywood Park Casino – This rich casino is inside the Hollywood Park complex and opens in late 2023 with table games, slots, eating places, shopping, and other entertainment that is strictly for individuals aged 21 and above, right opposite SoFi Stadium.

19 self-driving rideshares – Currently trialing in LA, Uber, lifts, and other private cars will become more common as improved sensors, legal frameworks and investments in physical infrastructure will pave the way for more normal self-driving rides by 2024.

20. New metro lines, stops, and extensions are being built every year, connecting LAX to the beach, Downtown LA to Hollywood, making traveling without a car in LA increasingly effortless, and the ever-awaited Purple Line extension.