Movieland Wax Museum & Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum. Located in Buena Park, Movieland Wax Museum is one of the world's largest and unique wax museums. Movieland is home to 300 wax images of the most admired stars from stage, screen and television on display in 115 realistic crafted sets. New to Movieland’s collection are Liza Minnelli in "Cabaret” and John Lennon. California's most bizarre odditorium, Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum showcases hundreds of the world’s most unusual and unbelievable artifacts and activities. Visit www.movielandwaxmuseum.com.
Pacific Park. This small, historic amusement park on the Santa Monica Pier offers a fun family experience. Enjoy a rickety roller coaster, arcade games, and a perch that offers stunning views of Los Angeles. From the top of its tall ferris wheel, you can see up and down the beautiful Pacific Coast. The Lobster at the top of the pier serves delicious seafood. Call (310) 260-8744.

Pomona Fairplex. Pomona Fairplex is home to the annual L.A. County Fair – the largest fair in North America - and 300 annual events, trade shows, meetings, expositions, conventions, horseracing, and sporting events. The Fairplex’s 487 acres include 325,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, Fairplex Park - a horse racing facility with a 5/8-mile racetrack - an equine auction complex, scenic parks and plazas, a historic train exhibit, and 12 acres of carnival grounds. Since 1922, the L.A. County Fair has showcased entertainment, exhibits, horticulture, arts, horse racing, science, technology and attractions. Visit www.fairplex.com.  [Top]
Queen Mary. An elegant floating city, the historic Queen Mary in Long Beach is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. One of the most famous ships in history, Queen Mary features award-winning restaurants and dining, an elaborate Champagne Sunday Brunch, a wedding chapel and 16 Art Deco reception salons, decorated with warm wood paneling, paintings and larger-than-life murals, brass and nickel-silver fixtures and etched leaded glass. Located on the water in Long Beach, California, the historic ocean liner offers unique settings for unforgettable events. Peter James, a renowned paranormal researcher, presents an exciting dinner and tour experience where guests will follow James on a real Ghost Tour to paranormal hot spots. Visit www.queenmary.com  [Top]
Santa Monica Pier. Santa Monica Pier is the place to fish, watch waves, dance under the stars, ride a carousel or a roller coaster, dine at ocean view restaurants, play arcade games, and shop for souvenirs. Ride the Santa Monica Carousel – built in 1912 - housed in its own Victorian hippodrome building. Pacific Park, the Pier’s amusement park, features a solar Ferris wheel, a roller coaster perched over the ocean, bumper cars, an arcade, a motion-simulator theater, a circus and open-air restaurants. Stroll down Oceanfront Walk by the sea to check out the children’s playground, volleyball courts, public art, International Chess Park, and Muscle Beach. Visit www.santamonica.com.  [Top]
Six Flags Magic Mountain. This Southern California theme park features exciting thrill rides, world-class entertainment, shows, concerts, family adventure and the largest collection of extreme coasters on the planet. The DejaVu coaster encourages a stress-relieving scream, X features 360-degree rotating seats, and Sweet 16 is Southern California's first floorless coaster. A ride on Scream simulates racing through the air in a flying chair, and Batman is a heart-pounding thrill. Visit www.sixflags.com.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. A family water park with aquatic rides and slides, Hurricane Harbor is perfect for hot summer days. Enjoy Taboo Tower's thrilling body speed slides and three twisting and turning open tube slides at Arrowhead Splashdown. Get wet and wild on Tiki Falls' two dark slides and one translucent tube slide, at Castaway Cove, a children's water play kingdom, Shipwreck Shores, which offers family water activities, the Forgotten Sea wave pool, and The River Cruise on the Lazy River.  [Top]
Speed Zone. A park built around speed and competition, SpeedZone incorporates real racing action and interactive entertainment to create a unique entertainment experience. SpeedZone is a racing theme park featuring the closest thing to professional car racing ever offered to the public with four racetracks, 36 holes of miniature golf, a high-tech game room, and SpeedZone Café. Situated on 12 acres in Los Angeles, the park lets you get behind the wheel of four types of cars, including custom-built, ¾-scale grand prix cars and 300-horsepower dragsters. Visit www.speedzone.com.

Staples Center. The Staples Center is downtown Los Angeles’ spectacular sports and entertainment arena. Home to the LA Lakers, Kings, Clippers, Sparks and the Avengers professional sports teams, Staples Center also presents an array of top musical concerts, entertainment shows, concerts, events, and features, and athletic competitions. Enjoy great entertainment and food – from hot dogs to lobster - at the Staples Center Arena Club. Visit www.staplescenter.com.  [Top]
Universal Studios Hollywood/City Walk. Experience the glamour, action and entertainment of Hollywood movies at the world’s largest motion picture and TV studio and LA theme park. Enjoy the thrills, magic, stunts and special effects when you take part in your favorite blockbuster movies and get a backlot view of the film and TV industry and stars of Hollywood. Finish your day at LA's coolest restaurants, clubs and nightspots at the exciting Universal CityWalk. Visit www.universalstudios.com.  [Top]

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