A little about Griffith Park, located over 4,000 acres, Griffith Park is undoubtedly one of largest and most majestic urban parks in the United States. It holds many of Los Angeles' greatest treasures: the Greek Theater, the Hollywood Sign, the Griffith Observatory, and a whole lot of vintage rail-cars. On any given day, both locals and tourists of all ages can be found hiking, biking, enjoying a picnic, looking through telescopes, exploring exhibits, watching a live show in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, taking in an incredible concert, or pondering the depths of outer space.
As I was preparing for this blog on Griffith Park I ran across a couple pictures that made me laugh out-loud. We were photo-bombed not once, but twice!! Photo bomb
#1James Dean- Rebel without a Cause
The Dash bus runs every day and circulates between the Greek Theater, the Zoo, the Observatory, Travel Town and other key landmarks.
2800 East Observatory Road
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Southern California's gateway to the Cosmos!