Mid-City Los Angeles California
Mid-City is a district in Los Angeles, California. Living in Mid-City gives its citizens an urban feel and most citizens rent their houses. In Mid-City there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Mid-City and citizens tend to be generous. Mid-City LA isn’t the most fashionable part of LA, but it also isn’t completely awful. Lately, the Expo Line train was built (and is still being expanded). Since it goes from Downtown LA to Santa Monica, there’s many stops in Mid-City that makes it easier to get to your stop. In Mid-City there are lots of places to visit and things to do.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is an Art museum situated on Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile, Los Angeles, California. The deepness and lots of the collection at the biggest museum in the western US is fabulous. LACMA holds all the key players – Rembrandt, Cézanne, Magritte, Mary Cassatt, Ansel Adams – plus millennia’s worth of Chinese, Japanese, pre-Columbian and ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian monuments. Recent attainments contain enormous outdoor installations such as Chris Burden’s Urban Light (a surreal selfie backdrop of hundreds of vintage LA lights) and Michael Heizer’s Levitated Mass, a unpredictably inspiring 340-ton boulder perched over a path. LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States. It develop interest’s almost a million tourists annually. It holds more than 150,000 works across the history of art from ancient times to the present. In addition to Art exhibition, the museum features film and concert series.
The Hotel Wilshire is one of LA’s great hotels valued by the visitor’s even if you’re not staying the night, but a reservation certainly wouldn’t hurt. Hotel guests are treated to a wine happy hour each evening, and non-guests can head up to the roof deck. One of the best performance features of the hotel, the rooftop deck (and pool and hot tub) offers wonderful sights spreading from the Hollywood Hills to the ocean.
Petersen Automotive Museum
A four-story ode to the auto, the Petersen Automotive Museum is a luxury even for those who can’t tell a piston from a carburetor. A headlights-to-brake-lights futuristic makeover (by Kohn Pederson Fox) in late 2015 left it justly shiny from the outside; the external is undulating bands of stainless steel on a hot-rod-red background. The once-dowdy inside is now equally gripping, with floors themed for the history, industry and artistry of motorized transportation.