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The Walk of Fame isn't the only awesome attraction to visit in Los Angeles. There are over 300 museums here, and with the beautiful sunny weather, you may not even want to go inside! The average high temperature is 75 degrees Fahrenheit and the low is just 57 degrees.
The sun shines two-thirds of the year on average, making this an ideal place for a vacation getaway. Head to these three attractions to see some football, take a ride through town on horseback and even drop from a tower at 60 miles per hour:
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Drive your Los Angeles rental car to 3911 South Figueroa Street, where you can see the University of Southern California Trojans. This facility was built in 1923, and the first game the team ever played here was on October 6 of that year, when they beat Pomona College 23-7. The 1932 Olympic Games opening and closing ceremonies were held here, along with the track portion of the 1984 Olympics.
The Trojans aren't the only team to have called this field home. The University of California Los Angeles football team, the National Football League Rams and even Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team have temporarily been based here in the past. It has also hosted:
- Track meets
- Motorcycle races
Almost all of the 93,607 seats here have backs, so you're very likely to have a comfortable seat. Plus, you'll have a great sight lines, allowing you to see everything that's happening on the turf below.
Do you want to see Hollywood but not on foot or a double-decker bus? Take your family on a unique tour via horseback. Spend one or two hours riding through the heart of L.A. in Griffith Park. You'll be in sight of the famous Hollywood sign as you wind your way up and down hills, near the Griffith Observatory and even downtown. Tours are $40 per person for one hour, or $60 per person for two hours.
The horses at this ranch are calm and ready for riders of any skill level. If you're an experienced horse-rider, you're welcome to come and so are younger children who have never ridden. You can make a reservation ahead of time, or just show up between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. They also have:
- Evening lunch
- BBQ tours
- Special proposal rides
Plus, there are lessons available if you're looking for some one-on-one riding time with an instructor. You'll get a beautiful view of the area, and have an interesting experience to tell your friends about when you return home from this fun adventure.
Six Flags Magic Mountain
No matter what age your family members are, you will be able to find an exhilarating ride to go on at this theme park. Six Flags Magic Mountain offers roller coasters that take you upside down and through apocalyptic landscapes. You'll fly high and scream like crazy as the wind whips through your hair and your stomach drops on each turn.
Younger, shorter visitors can enjoy roller coasters and other rides built for little guys. They're just as likely to make you smile, and your entire family can ride them together. Looking for a real death-defying treat? Try the Dive Devil. This ride is like skydiving without the plane. You'll fall 152 feet at a speed of 60 miles per hour with a great view of the whole park. You can even take a ride in a teacup at Pepe Le Pew's Tea Party. You'll want to spend several hours or even a whole day at this exciting park.