There Are So Many Things to Do in Los Angeles and TTshuttle Can Take You There!

Let us be your guide to any of these historical and iconic LA destinations. Our city has spectacular views, unique architecture, classic Hollywood landmarks, diverse culture and in our humble opinion, the BEST food! Here is a list of some of our favorite places to see in Los Angeles, we are always ready and available to take you to any of these great locations.

Griffith Observatory and Griffith Park

Griffith Observatory sits on the south face of Mount Hollywood and overlooks the Los Angeles basin. Its location gives visitors impressive views of the surrounding area, which many rave about. But there's more than just a pretty photo-op here. The observatory hosts fascinating exhibitions and features a top-notch planetarium.

Entrance to Griffith Observatory is free, the planetarium however costs a fee of $6 to $10 dollars to see their shows. The observatory is a wonderful, cost efficient, beautiful and educational place to visit alone or with your family when traveling to LA.

The Getty Center

The Getty center is another great, free place to see on your Los Angeles trip. The Getty Center is one of the most impressive architectural achievements in the United States – and it also contains some of the finest works of art in the world. The Getty houses a wide array of art from various ages and nations. Here you'll find Renaissance paintings, 20th-century American photography, Baroque sculptures, historic manuscripts and more, all housed inside a sprawling, modern campus amid the Santa Monica Mountains. The museum also offers spectacular views of Los Angeles on clear days.

Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Chinese TCL Theatre

One of Hollywood's most iconic and memorable sites, the TCL Chinese Theatre (originally Grauman's Chinese Theatre) opened in 1927 and represents the excess of Hollywood's Golden Age. You can take a 30 minute walking tour of the theater for $16. Before or after your visit to the theater, you can take a stroll along the iconic Hollywood Blvd and look at the famous stars on the sidewalk along with the handprints, footprints and signatures left by some of Hollywood’s most famed celebrities of all time. Along this stretch of Hollywood Blvd you will also encounter many performers dressed up as your favorite movie characters, make sure to bring tipping cash to take photos with them.

Santa Monica Pier and Beach

West of downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica contains one of the most legendary beach scenes in the United States. It also boasts an abundance of great restaurants and excellent nightlife spots. Its more than 3 miles of shoreline are renowned as some of the best in the area thanks to the soft sands, ideal weather and bevy of attractions. "State Beach," as it's known, has more than 300 days of sunshine a year and acted as the backdrop for the popular TV series "Baywatch."

Sunset Blvd

Sunset Blvd is probably the most famous, iconic stretch of pavement in the country, but we may be biased. In the old days, it represented the classic and glamorous Hollywood lifestyle and became the setting of several famous films. Today, the palm-lined street (which connects downtown LA to Hollywood, Beverly Hills and the Pacific Coast Highway) retains its cinematic appeal, and the Sunset Strip portion has become a popular nightlife spot. The strip is also home to many classic music venues, including the Rainbow Bar & Grill and The Roxy Theatre.

The Original Farmer’s Market and The Grove

Sitting south of West Hollywood is one of LA's most beloved landmarks: The Original Farmers Market. Founded in 1934, this facility reels in both residents and tourists with the promise of fresh produce and the aroma of ready-to-eat snacks. You can visit throughout the week, although hours vary depending on the day. Entry is free, but you'll want to have some cash on hand should any of the treats call your name. You can park for free for up to 90 minutes at the market's two lots, provided that your ticket is validated at the market.

Runyon Canyon Park

Just two blocks from Hollywood Boulevard, Runyon Canyon Park is an often-overlooked urban park that offers some great views. The park boasts several hiking trails and is a popular spot for celebrities to exercise. During your hike, you'll see plenty of palm trees. Atop the canyon, you'll be treated to sweeping views of the entire city from downtown all the way to the ocean. This is also a great place to see the Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign.

Paramount Pictures Studios

Since 1912, Paramount Pictures Studios has showcased the talents of film's all-time heavyweights, including Mae West, Alfred Hitchcock, Eddie Murphy and Meryl Streep. The notable site has been home to everything from classic television shows like "I Love Lucy" and box-office hits like "Mission: Impossible" and "Titanic." Today, Paramount Pictures is the only remaining film studio in the Hollywood area. For an authentic Hollywood experience, set aside some time to tour the grounds. On the 2-hour studio tour, a guide will take you around the site's 65 acres in a golf cart, and you'll also be able to hop off and explore sound stages and recognizable studio sets from many current TV shows and movies.

Rodeo Dr

Extravagance at its finest, Rodeo Drive is an upscale shopping street in Beverly Hills that features world-class designer stores and small private boutiques. The area is popular with wealthy shoppers, sunglass-wearing celebrities and tourists hoping to see fashion icons. You’ll experience glitz and glamor here and feel like ‘Pretty Woman’ perusing the windows along this notorious area. Dodger Stadium Don’t forget about our beloved Dodgers. If you happen to be visiting LA at the same time that the Dodgers are playing, you should definitely purchase some tickets and take in a game. We love our boys in blue and we know that once you experience the nostalgia of Dodger stadium you will too. Fingers crossed that they win the game! 

Sofi Stadium

Whether you’re attending Sofi Stadium to cheer on The Los Angeles Chargers or The LA Rams or you’ve got tickets to an epic concert, Sofi is a sight to behold. LA’s newest mega venue is an unprecedented and unparalleled sports and entertainment destination and it is spectacular. It is the first indoor/outdoor stadium to be constructed, it has futuristic vibes and an abundance of attractions.