Los Angeles Summer Things to Do

Los Angeles Summer Things to Do, Including the Areas of Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica ________________ In just about a week when we hit the U.S. holiday of Memorial Day, summer officially starts in the minds of many.  Temperatures will start to rise, and everyone will seek the comfort of pools, dips in the ocean, outdoor restaurants with a cross-breeze, and air-conditioning. Summer temps in Los Angeles usually hover around the 80’s or 90’s, but we typically get short term heatwaves in July, August and September that could hit about 105F (41C).  At least it’s normally a dry heat with very low humidity, unlike places such as Hawaii, Florida or New York, where you can dry off from a 

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Jazz Nights at LACMA

Get your picnic baskets ready! Spring has sprung and summer is fast approaching which means one (of many) things. Jazz Nights at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) are coming back! While we may not get blasted with snow like the Northern States, chilly California evenings are turning into beautiful sunset studded nights and the city doesn’t like to sleep anymore. Enjoy your Friday evenings with a free Jazz concert on the grounds. Located just behind the iconic Los Angeles “Urban Lights” public art exhibit, you will find a perfectly relaxing evening at the museum from 6PM to sundown. The venue allows for picnics at their outdoor events, so bring family and friends with a spread to share! The 

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The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch

Winter is still going strong and lingering this year in other parts of the country (we feel for those of you in the midwest with April snowstorms), so people flying into our sunny state may need an extra dose of color to bring back the life into some cold bones. Luckily, thanks to our California sunshine and a little help from our friends at the Carlsbad Ranch, there is plenty of color for anyone tired of seeing blankets of white. The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch is in season and running through May 13th. The ranch is just a short drive from Los Angeles and makes for a perfect afternoon with beautiful scenery. Who doesn’t love an ocean view from 

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Los Angeles City Tour and Warner Bros. Studios

A Los Angeles City Tour and Warner Bros. Studios Make for a Perfect Full Day ________________________ We show so much during our private city tours of Hollywood, West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, that many guests with a short stay in Los Angeles, can leave the city feeling that they got a really good perspective.  Of course, we can also provide a tour with a quick look at our Downtown L.A., as well as our beach communities of Santa Monica, Venice and Malibu. So what else should a guest do during their visit to our city?  We’ve listed quite a few options on our Glitterati Tours L.A. INFO tab, such as shopping, TV tapings, museums (The Getty Center is a must), 

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Romantic Spots in Los Angeles

Romantic Spots in Los Angeles, and Beverly Hills ___________________ If you left your heart in San Francisco, it’s time to rediscover it here in Los Angeles. Valentines Day is less than a week away, so if you haven’t planned a little something for your loved one(s) by now, it’s time! Just watch La La Land and see how romantic the City of Angels can be with its many special places.  Much was centered around our Griffith Park Observatory and the surrounding neighborhoods.  Remember the lounge where Ryan Gosling played piano and sang?  It’s right up here in Burbank next to Warner Bros. Studios.  It’s a fantastic restaurant dating back to 1946 called The Smokehouse.  This is a great spot to 

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Mardi Gras at Farmers Market LA

The 29th Annual Mardi Gras at Farmers Market LA _________________________ Want a little family-friendly New Orleans fun here on the West Coast?  Check out the 29th Annual Mardi Gras Celebration at The Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles.  The event takes place on February 10th and 11th and Fat Tuesday, February 13th. Festivities start on Saturday the 10th from 10-12N with the 11th Annual Mutti Gras Pet Parade and Costume Contest.  This is a must for dog-lovers.  The Farmers Market has partnered with their tenant, The Dog Bakery, for this event. Also on the 10th, look for the strolling Zydeco Mudbugs, and Sean the Stolling Jester working the crowds between 12p-3p.  The King and Queen Crowning Decoration along with The 

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The Giving Keys L.A.

  The Giving Keys L.A. ____________________ Los Angeles is home to some of the most creative people in not only the United States, but the world. People in all creative industries flock here to be at the epicenter of where projects come to life. Not just the world of film, but the world of art, photography, tech, and of course, fashion. Along with some of the most creative people, our city is also full of people with big hearts. Nothing is better than when creativity and kindness come together to create a great company with a quality (and trendy) product. One of the best companies to emulate this is The Giving Keys L.A. The Givings Keys is a non-profit company 

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Museum of Failure Los Angeles

Museum of Failure Now in Los Angeles __________________________ Good news. Los Angeles currently has a pop up museum where you can see great “artifacts” of the past such as the Ford Edsel, the Teleguide, the Itera bicycle, and the Twitter Peak. Wait. Having trouble knowing what these are? It could be because they are all fails from some of the top companies around the world. Yes, Los Angeles has a museum in town highlighting some of the biggest failure products created all over the world. The Museum of Failure is brought to town via the world tour debut from its original home, Helsingborg, Sweden. While you have the chance to see some hilarious and interesting products that may make you 

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New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles

NEW BEVERLY CINEMA in LOS ANGELES ————————————————– If you consider yourself a true lover of cinema, we have the theatre you need to visit while you are in Los Angeles. While we are the epicenter of all things cinema with great 3D theatres and the best surround sound experiences, Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills picks one of the special places to see a film on a much smaller scale. Tucked into a small venue on Beverly Boulevard you will find The New Beverly Cinema. The theatre was built in the 1920’s and brings back the nostalgia of the small town movie nightlife. Showing only a few films at a time, it brings the cozy feel back to the saturated and 

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Farmers Market Hollywood Fall Festival

If you haven’t noticed, here at Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles, we love all things fall and don’t want you to miss out on any of the autumn activities our city has to offer. Our pick for this upcoming weekend? The Original Farmers Market Hollywood Fall Festival Event next to The Grove in the heart of Los Angeles. It’s no secret that The Grove knows how to do up seasonal changes and holidays well. With each season change they deck out the venue for a beautiful atmosphere, and fall is no exception. One of the best areas in The Grove is always the Farmers Market during the Autumn Season. The Market is decked out with all of the fall 

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