I like Griffith so much, romantic place. I went back to China, but I still miss the night view and chat with my girlfriend.
A place where a lot of people went, and finally found a place to park for the second time. I chose to come up one hour before sunset, parked on the mountainside, and walked up for about 15 minutes. The road is easy to walk, not very oblique. There are many exhibitions in the observatory, suitable for friends who like astronomy knowledge. It was almost sunset, so I went outside to enjoy it. Unexpectedly, watching the sunset here is so beautiful, and you can also enjoy the night view of Los Angeles.
From dusk til dawn, the Griffith Observatory is a staple for tourists and locals alike. You can hike the trails as early as the sun rises, or gaze into the lights of downtown LA at night. There is also a mini museum with free entrance at night. Definitely a must visit for first-timers in LA.
if you want a great view, booked a hiking tour you will not regret it!! you will see the stunning view of LA downtown and city
May I suggest the hiking trails to get there. Makes it that much better. But if you ain't got the time to hike its still worth checking out.
An awesome display of different exhibits to really let you explore space. A fantastic attraction
2800 East Observatory Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90027