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Or maybe you just want to take a stroll on the promenade.
The truth is Santa Monica has tons of awesome things for you to do.
But, there are other attractions located at the Exposition park such as the California African American Museum and Admission is free or you can take your date to the California science center and check out their exhibitions (also free! There is also the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, they have free admission days on first Tuesdays of most months.
700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037 More Information The fee is for adults and for full time students, and it’s sure to be one of the strangest experiences you’ve ever had in a “museum.” Make sure to check out their rules regarding taking pictures, before going, and definitely make time to visit their Tula Tea Room, serving complimentary Georgian Black tea and cookies (perfect place for an interesting discussion for your date after you take in all the weirdness). with large rocks and caves that this beach has to offer many come to take family pictures etc.
Go to Larry Edmunds Bookshop and participate in book signings and films. Los Angeles has many unique and cheap places that you will love and who knows maybe even become regulars with your date.
What better place to get to know a person than sipping hot coffee or tea on a chilly morning/night or even just on a nice day.
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Venice beach is just one of those places where both you and your date could enjoy the sunset.As I said before, this trail also connects to the Runyon Canyon Trails, which you can take a free yoga session at, with donations encouraged, before starting your hike at the Runyon Canyon Trails.Runyon Canyon Park– 2000 North Fuller Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046 If you’re near the San Gabriel Valley, take a hike on the Eaton Canyon Falls Trail and enjoy the waterfall at the top (the lower falls, not the one that is off-limits now). Going to the Getty Museums (either the Center of the Villa) is a great way to spend a day and makes for a wonderful date if you want some gorgeous scenery and wonderful art to spark your conversation. Take a picnic in their gardens and enjoy the nature and beauty.You could even bring a little picnic and enjoy a snack once you reach the falls area. There are cute little cabins and the final view will be worth it all. To get there from the 210 Freeway take the Santa Anita Ave exit and drive north (towards mountains) to Chantry Flat. Parking here is , perhaps carpool and enjoy the museum with a group date to offset the parking cost fee.If you like the waterfalls and looking for a bit more challenging hike? Getty Villa Admission is free BUT you must make reservations!