I love visiting California since it is so close to home! The Griffith Observatory is a great place to see an amazing view of the City!
In the evening, I went to the Griffith Observatory. We were still parking the car when we saw the light of the sunset shine on the Observatory building. We had to climb the mountain to get there. I saw a man smoking and stopped to ask for directions. He told me told me to continue climbing for 15 minutes. I climbed for 45 minutes and then looked up at the observatory. The dim light coming from it overlooked the night scene of Los Angeles. It was quite beautiful, so I just stood there quietly and watched the lights.
When I arrived at Griffith, it was almost dusk. After stopping the car, I could watch the sunset directly.
The mountain winds at night are very cold and cold, and the temperature drops by ten degrees. It feels like being fooled by the wind. Unfortunately, the fog was very strong at sunset, so I didn't expect it to be so clear and overlooking the entire LA. But the sunset is still beautiful, and the rich orange-red color is red.
You need to watch the stars directly on the official website oh
One of the best parks in Los Angeles, the Peak is one of the best places to take photos with Hollywood's Hollywood. The Griffith Observatory on the top of the park has an unobstructed view of West Hollywood and a night view of Los Angeles. The Hall of Science has a giant astronomical telescope for visitors to watch stars, with explanations (in English). The most beautiful is sunset, it is recommended to go to the sunset, take a photo with the Hollywood brand, you can also stay to see the night scene.
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Standing opposite the "HOLLYWOOD" sign, Griffith Observatory is a landmark of Los Angeles and where many famous films and TV shows have been filmed. Come at sunset and evening to watch the stunning LA sunset, city lights and the starry sky. Astronomical exhibitions are display in lively fashion in the Observatory's halls, where the ceiling is hanged with models of the eight planets of the solar system and decorated with exquisite murals. The dome theater here is modeled on the sky canopy. Lying on the seat and watching films about the evolution of celestial bodies, the vast universe seems to be within reach.
Many people come here each day to watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. If you are also hoping to watch the sunset you should plan to arrive earlier in the afternoon. Parking of vehicles is limited. The weather in the evenings can be a bit colder and more windy so don’t forget to pack a warmer layer of clothes.