Los Angeles Area Attractions & Things to Do

Situated just minutes away from downtown Los Angeles, Torrance offers visitors a full list of activities and attractions to enjoy. From sunny beaches and quiet parks to historic landmarks and family attractions, Torrance is a prime destination for Southern California amusement. Also named one of the top ten safest mid-sized cities in the United States, be sure to check out all there is to do in our wonderful town: www.discovertorrance.org.

Beverly Hills -

This exclusive Los Angeles neighborhood is home to
Rodeo Drive's high-end shopping district and interesting sights like an 85-year-old fig tree, the Greystone Mansion and the Museum of Radio and Television. Beverly Hills is also home to many wealthy and celebrity residents.


California State University, Dominguez Hills -

CSU Dominguez Hills is a public university founded in 1960 and offering a high quality educational experience to more than 15,000 students each year. CSU Dominguez Hills offers 45 undergraduate program majors, 24 master's degree programs, and a several credential programs at its campus in Carson, California.

Del Amo Fashion Center Mall -

This upscale, two-story mall features more than 300 retail shops, several restaurants, an 18-screen movie theater, a fitness center, three food courts, a bowling alley, and major department store anchors, such as Macy's, Sears and JC Penney.


Los Angeles Disneyland

Disneyland -

This famous, family theme park features storybook rides, character meet-ups, fun kid friendly parades, live entertainment, thrill rides, water rides, restaurants, shops, and plenty of Magic Kingdom style fun.


Dodger Stadium -

Home to the Los Angeles Dodgers, major league baseball team, Dodger Stadium is one of the oldest ballparks in the country. Dodger
Stadium features a classic ballpark design, a Bermuda grass field, 56,000 seats, club and luxury levels, state-of-the-art electronic displays, fan concessions and souvenir stands.

Downtown Long Beach -

Situated 25 miles from downtown Los Angeles, Long Beach is a major sea port and is home to a range of visitor attractions, including the RMS Queen Mary, the Aquarium of the Pacific, long Beach Convention Center, bike baths, and a large beach area.


Downtown Los Angeles -

Home to popular attractions like the Los Angeles fashion district, the fabric market, Olvera Street, Chinatown, the Broadway theater district, and serving as the center of many large, multinational corporations, downtown Los Angeles is a bustling hub of activity that draws visitors and business travelers throughout the year.


Hollywood -

Explore the city of the stars and visit popular sites like the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Universal Studios, Grauman's Chinese Theater, Sunset Strip, and Barnsdall Art Park.

Home Depot Center -

This state-of-the-art, multiple-use sports complex features a 27,000-seat soccer stadium, a tennis facility, a velodrome, and 10 soccer fields. Home Depot Center is home to the Los Angeles Galaxy and the Chivas USA professional MLS soccer teams, and hosts other events, including rugby matches, boxing events, cycling competitions and live concerts.


LA Live -

Situated adjacent to the Staples Center sports complex, LA Live draws both visitors and locals alike to enjoy exciting live entertainment, dining, nightclubs, concerts, movies, and the famed Nokia Theatre.


Los Angeles Convention Center -

This premier convention and events center offers over 60 meeting rooms, more than 700,000 square feet of exhibit space and a large theater. The The Los Angeles Convention Center boasts a full calendar of conventions, trade shows, retail exhibitions, and other special events throughout the year.
Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) -

As the sixth busiest International airport in the world, LAX offers airline service to more than 58 million passengers every year. LAX is a major hub and focus city for several air carriers, including United Airlines, Southwest, Qantas, Alaska Airlines, and Virgin America.


Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum -

Home to the USC Trojans football team, the Los Angeles Coliseum was constructed in 1921 and features more than 93,000 seats, a grass football field, and concessions. The LA Coliseum has hosted a variety of major sporting events, including the World Series, the Super Bowl and, most notably, the 1932 and 1984 Olympic Summer Games.


Mitsuwa Marketplace -

Mitsuwa Marketplace is the largest Japanese grocery store in the country and offers a full rage of Japanese foods, grocery items and produce, as well as specialty goods, household items, cosmetics, and more at the 20 specialty shops, retail services and restaurants located within.

Redondo Beach -

Located 8 miles south of Los Angeles, Redondo Beach offers visitors a wide open beach area, a fishing pier, and a seafront esplanade lined with shops, restaurants and an arcade.


RMS Queen Mary -

Explore this historic luxury liner that once took passengers across the oceans for adventure at sea. Built in 1930, this grand passenger ship once played host to celebrities, political leaders and dignitaries, including the Duke of Windsor, Winston Churchill and Fred Astaire,


Rose Bowl Stadium -

The historic Rose Bowl is home to the UCLA Bruins football team and hosts the annual televised Tournament of Roses football game. This landmark stadium has played host to a wide range of sports tournaments and other events, such as the Super Bowl and World Cup Soccer championships and offers other events during the year, including live concerts and flea markets.

Santa Monica -

This charming beachside city overlooks the Santa Monica Bay and is home to Santa Monica Beach, the popular Santa Monica pier, shopping, bike paths, art galleries, restaurants, nightclubs and more.


Staples Center -

Home to the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers, the LA Sparks, and the Los Angeles King's hockey team, Staples Center is a state-of-the-art sports and event complex that also presents a varied range of college sporting events, concerts, business conferences, and more.


Southern California Live Steamers Miniature Railroad -

Hop aboard a miniature steam train for a free ride on this scale model railway in Wilson Park. Free train rides are offered on the first Sunday and third Saturday of each month.
Los Angeles National Golf Club

Trump National Golf Club -

Located in Los Angeles, the Trump National Golf Club is a luxurious, 18-hole public golf club featuring panoramic views of the
Pacific Ocean, white sand bunkers, sizeable lakes, protected greens, and open fairways. The luxurious clubhouse offers guests access to upscale locker rooms,
a fully-stocked pro-shop, three restaurants, meeting and conference rooms, and
an impressive grand ballroom


Universal Studios Hollywood -

Visit the center of Hollywood's movie making industry, enjoy a tour of working movie back lots, experience fun thrill rides, attend filming sessions for current TV shows, and enjoy live entertainment, dining and shopping at this popular tourist attraction.


University of Southern California (USC) -

Founded in 1880, USC offers college undergraduate and graduate education programs for more than 34,000 students each year. USC is also home to the NCAA championship Trojans football team as well as major scientific research facilities.


Long Beach Airport -

Originally named Daugherty Field, Long Beach Airport was constructed during the early 1930's. Today, Long Beach Airport is a major hub for Jet Blue Airways, and home to large operations centers for both FedEx and UPS. Other passenger airlines operating out of Long Beach Airport include Alaska Airlines, Delta Connection, Horizon Air, and US Airways Express.


Old Town Torrance -

Situated between Sartori, Marcelina and El Prado avenues, historic Old Town Torrance was designed in 1912 by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., a prolific landscape architect known for designing the Washington National Mall and the Jefferson Memorial. Enjoy unique shops, restaurants and historic architecture in Old
Town Torrance.
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