Los Angeles is an incredible travel destination and the simple fact that millions of travel enthusiasts and vacationers make their way to this beautiful city every year clearly shows it is a destination most loved by many all around the globe. There are plenty of fun activities and attractions for people of all age groups. For many adults, a vacation in Los Angeles is very appealing. Sophisticated arts and architecture, diverse shopping and dining, a wide range of entertainment and numerous outdoor activities all make Los Angeles difficult to pass by. But as grown-up as Los Angeles can be, children also find it irresistible. From a pint-sized perspective, hardly any vacation spot could be more enchanting. In a nutshell, its wide appeal to people of all ages makes Los Angeles the perfect place for a family vacation. Below are some of the best things to do in this city especially if it’s your first trip to this destination:

Tour the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre

There’s something about seeing the embedded stars of so many High-profile entertainers that’s magical and quite nostalgic. But to children, it’s a fascinating novelty, even if they haven’t ever heard of the entertainers. It’s a similar story with Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, which attracts adults primarily because of its strong identification with the entertainment industry and its stars. Handprints, footprints and the autographs of celebrities are embedded in the cement of its forecourt, and it’s a place where adults take another trip down the road called nostalgia.

Explore the Local Theme Parks

With Knott’s Berry Farm, Universal Studios Hollywood, Six Flags California, Disney’s California Adventure and the two-ton giant that’s Disneyland, Los Angeles city has more than its fair share of theme parks. And best of all, there’s something for all members of the family in every one of them.

Museums For All Ages

Your children might be bored if you visit some of the fine art museums in Los Angeles. But you might have a hard time dragging them away from the La Brea Tar Pits and Page Museum, the California Science Center and the Natural History Museum. These all seem to fascinate children, but they can be immensely interesting to adults as well.

Los Angeles is a larger-than-life kind of place and its attractions are too many to explore even in a month. It’s even more so for children, with many of its attractions seemingly being designed just for kids. That’s deceptive, however, because almost all those same places are equally entertaining for adults. Other interesting activities include swimming, surfing, and sunbathing along the city’s extensive beach, visiting the Griffith Observatory, participating in local annual events and visiting the local parks.