Los Angeles Neighborhoods

List of areas to explore

1  Beverly Hill/Westside



2  Downtown/Mid-Wilshire/Koreatown

The 1920's heralded the "Golden Age" of Downtown Los Angeles, as trains zipped through the metropolitan center...

3  Hollywood/West Hollywood

By the 1920's, Hollywood had established itself as the center of the American filmmaking industry with four major...

4  LAX/Inglewood

Inglewood and the LAX area enjoy a rich African American influence. The area has historically been the seat of...

5  Long Beach/South Bay

The Port of Loa Angeles combined with the Port of Long Beach is the fifth busiest in the world. In 1967, Long Beach...

6  Los Feliz/Silver Lake/Echo Park

Once the center of underground Communist and gay communities in the 1920s, the Los Feliz/Silver Lake area retains...

7  Miracle Mile/Fairfax District

In the 1920's, developer A.W. Ross built up the Miracle Mile district of Los Angeles as an alternative to Downtown...

8  Orange County

Few can argue that Disneyland, debuted in 1955, is the sine qua non of Orange County. Tourism, oil, and the aerospace...

9  Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley

The Tournament of Roses Parade debuted in 1890 in Pasadena. Now called the Rose Parade, elaborate flower-covered...

10  San Fernando Valley

What do Knocked Up, Valentine's Day, and Superbad all have in common? They were all filmed in L.A.'s San Fernando...

11  Santa Monica/Beach Cities

Santa Monica and the adjoining beach communities, like Venice and Marina Del Rey, offer visitors a glimpse of the...

12  South Central/Compton

South Central and Compton suffer the reputation of seeding the infamous 1992 riots. Beneath the grimy surface,...

13  Ventura County

Often referred to as the "Gold Coast", Ventura County is one of the 100 most affluent counties in the United States....

14  Beverly Hills/Westside

A wave of movie stars like Charlie Chaplin, Gloria Swanson and Will Rogers started building their homes in Beverly...

15  Culver City



16  Outside the City



17  West Los Angeles



18  Santa Barbara



19  Malibu



20  East Los Angeles

In the early twentieth century, East Los Angeles was a popular destination for Russian, Jewish, and Japanese immigrants...

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