Heritage Square Museum Halloween

Los Angeles may be the hub of the entertainment world and one of the newest cities in America, but we still have plenty of history to share! Just north of Dodger Stadium and Downtown Los Angeles sits the Heritage Square Museum — a living history museum highlighting life in Southern California in its first 100 years as a state. The property has plenty to see with actual structures from the Victorian era that have been saved, preserved, and moved to the location. The structures offer up a picturesque 1800’s town just 2 miles away from the skyscrapers of Downtown Los Angeles. Living museum, you ask?  Yes!  The museum staff are working, acting, and living as if they were back at 

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Things to do for Halloween in Los Angeles and Hollywood

It’s never too early to get the word out on things to do for Halloween in Los Angeles.  Even the local stores have been fully stocked with all things Halloween for over 3 weeks now.  As this holiday picks up steam around the world, keep in mind that there’s no other place that does more to celebrate Halloween than L.A., especially this year, since it falls on a Saturday! Here’s some great stuff for Halloween in Los Angeles: From the Official Visit West Hollywood website: The largest Halloween street party in the world happens in West Hollywood on Saturday, October 31, 2015. Admission is free to this world-famous event, which includes live music and entertainment on multiple stages along Santa 

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