There are so many things to do and see in Los Angeles. Either you’re a tourist or a local, there are still some hidden spots you have to see at least once.


Sunken City

A landslide collapsed a neighborhood of homes off the cliff in San Pedro, California, hence the name “Sunken City”. Located right next to the water, so their is a spectacular view. As well as some crippled foundations from the homes, buckled sidewalks, streets and some cool graffiti. For more information or how to get there click here: Sunken City

Bronson Cave

Filmmaker’s go to spot. Bronson Cave is used in many films and television shows such as “The Scorpion King”, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”, and the Bat Cave in the “Batman” TV series. Filmmaker’s angle it right so the cave looks deep and mysterious, but it more of a tunnel than a cave. From this spot you can also have a view of the ‘HOLLYWOOD’ sign. For more information click here: Bronson Cave

Mosaic Tile House

There are many colorful people and personalities on Venice beach and that’s what it’s known for. The “Mosaic Tile House” and the homes around Venice, capture the essence of those people. If you ever find yourself in Venice you’ll have to come visit. ‘A large scale unfinished art piece.’ For more information click here: Mosaic Tile House

If these places aren’t hidden for you, let us know what thought of these places. Also, if you have any secret places, share it with us and your fellow Californians!

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