Hiking to the Hollywood Sign is one of the best things to do in Southern California with kids.

19 Most Amazing Things to Do in Southern California with Kids


Southern California, a jewel of the Pacific Coast, has become one of my family’s personal favorites for family vacations.

Its appeal ranges from inviting beaches where kids can build sandcastles 🏰 to the excitement of theme parks where stories come to life 🎢. More than just fun, it’s also a hub for educational experiences at museums that offer learning with a sense of adventure.

In creating my guide to the top things to do with kids in Southern California, I’ve relied on extensive experience and memorable moments shared with my family. These selected activities combine enjoyment with educational value, ensuring every trip is filled with chances to learn, laugh, and make lifelong memories 💡🎉.

From star-studded Los Angeles to stunning Orange County to sunny San Diego, I am giving you the 19 most amazing things for the whole family this is guaranteed to make your children say, “This was the best trip ever!” 🙌✨

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Best Things to Do in Los Angeles with Kids

You might be wondering, “Is Los Angeles child-friendly?” YES, it is! Los Angeles is one of my favorite places we have taken our kids. I love the weather, the atmosphere, and all of the fun, unique things that you can only see and do in LA.

Here are the best things to do in Los Angeles with kids.

1. Hike to the Hollywood Sign

Hiking to the Hollywood Sign is one of the best family activities in Southern California. Hiking is great exercise and fun for the whole family. It’s also the only way to get close to this iconic sign that you have seen so many times in movies and on television.

There are a few different routes that will take you to the Hollywood Sign, but the one I’m going to tell you about is the most popular one, the Brush Canyon Trail. Not only are you going to get so close to the sign, but you will be right BEHIND the sign! How cool is that!

Hiking to the Hollywood Sign is one of the best things to do in Southern California with kids. Hiking is the only way to get to see the incredible view from behind the sign.
The view behind the Hollywood Sign at the end of the hike.

Since the Brush Canyon Trail is so popular, you will see lots of people including families, couples, and groups of friends. You might even come across people on horseback.

I will say it’s a pretty moderately challenging hike because it’s approximately 6.5 miles round trip and has some steep inclines. I would not recommend this particular hike for toddlers and young preschoolers.

My youngest had just turned 6 and did fine, but he did want to stop a lot because he was tired. In fact, I did carry him for a little bit! 🤣

Brush Canyon Trail has some of the most amazing views of the Hollywood Hills and the city of Los Angeles. You will want to stop numerous times to take photos, it’s just that amazing!

The Traveling Swansons taking in the views of the Hollywood Hills and city of Los Angeles.
Amazing view of the city of Los Angeles.

At one point when you get closer to the sign, you will get an amazing view of Burbank. You can even see the Walt Disney World Studios in the distance. For us Disney lovers, this was so exciting!

The view of Burbank is amazing.  You can see Walt Disney Studios in the background.
View of Burbank with the Walt Disney Studios in the distance.

Location: Park at the end of Canyon Drive in Hollywood. There’s a parking lot and a dirt lot for overflow parking. After parking, you will proceed to the Brush Canyon Trailhead.

*****Important Tip

PRO-TIP: Los Angeles is a big city and no stranger to crime and theft. Our rental car got broken into at the parking lot here. My purse, along with many valuables got stolen. Never, ever leave valuables in a car in L.A.

2. Griffith Observatory

Griffith Observatory is one of the most recognizable places in Los Angeles. Here, you can explore many space and science-related exhibits, look through telescopes, and take in some amazing views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign.

The Griffith Observatory sits in the foreground on a hillside with a view of the Hollywood Sign in the distance, set against the rolling hills of Los Angeles during golden hour.
My boys posing in front of the Griffith Observatory.

If you have any astronomy-loving kids like myself, they are going to love this place.

Tyler stands in front of a space exhibition at the Griffith Observatory with a galaxy image and a model of Saturn's rings in the background.

My favorite thing here was the planetarium. I’ve been to many planetariums, but what makes this one different is the live, engaging storyteller. They have three different shows running every day to choose from.

What’s also great about Griffith Observatory is that it is free to get in! You do have to pay for the planetarium shows, but they are so worth it. Planetarium show tickets CAN NOT be bought in advance. You will purchase once you are there.

PRO-TIP: Parking can be a nightmare at Griffith Observatory. Be prepared to walk a long way if you are not lucky enough to get a close parking space.

Location: 2800 E Observatory Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90027

3. Hollywood Walk of Fame

Touring Hollywood is a must when in Southern California with kids and when in Hollywood you have to walk the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The Hollywood Walk of Fame covers 15 blocks! Yes, 15!! There are more than 2,700 stars on the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.

These famous stars recognize the names of the biggest people in the entertainment industry including musicians, actors, directors, and fictional characters.

Click here to see if and where you or your kid’s favorite star is on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. If you are a Disney lover, be sure to snap a picture next to the Minnie Mouse star in front of the El Capitan Theater.

The Minnie Mouse Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  One of the definite must see things in Southern California with kids.

Location: Hollywood Boulevard, Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028

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4. TCL Chinese Theatre

TCL Chinese Theatre, located in Hollywood & Highland is another one of the most recognizable places in all of Los Angeles.

The Traveling Swansons smiling for a photo in front of the famous TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, recognizable by its distinctive red columns and ornate design.

Not only is this theatre historic and iconic, but it also has the biggest IMAX auditorium in the world! It’s also the home of the best red-carpet movie premieres!

There are many handprints located in front of the theatre of famous people. But not just people, there are also imprints of cars, animals, and droids! Any Star Wars fans? My oldest son is a big fan, so this made a great picture spot!

The Traveling Swanson boys posing with the footprints of Star Wars icons at TCL Chinese Theatre.
My boys posing with the footprints of Star Wars icons R2-D2, C-3PO and Darth Vader.

If you’re a movie lover, purchase tickets and watch a movie here! How cool would it be to see a movie in this famous place?!

Location: 6925 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028

5. El Capitan Theatre

Take in a little Disney in Hollywood and go to El Capitan Theatre. El Capitan Theatre is a Disney theatre owned by Walt Disney Company. It’s the venue of most of Walt Disney Studios’ film premieres!

This is seriously the best place to watch a Disney movie. They have a live pre-show before the movie and after the movie, you can go downstairs and check out the costumes and props used in that movie.

We saw Dumbo here when it came out. It was so much fun seeing the live pre-show and checking out the costumes and props used in the movie.

The Traveling Swanson kids posing with a performer dressed in a ringmaster's costume at the El Capitan Theatre, with a "Dumbo" movie backdrop and a life-sized model of the Dumbo character.
The live pre-shows at El Capitan Theatre are so much fun!
Seeing the costumes of Dumbo was so fun!

This place is SO much more than a regular theatre. A definite must-do in Southern California with kids!

Location: 6838 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

PRO-TIP: The Hollywood Walk of Fame, TCL Chinese Theatre, and El Capitan Theatre are all located in the same area. I recommend parking at Hollywood & Highland Parking Garage. Hollywood & Highland is a shopping, dining, and entertainment destination right in the heart of Hollywood.

6. Santa Monica Pier

You can’t come to Los Angeles and not take a walk on the Santa Monica Pier. The Santa Monica Pier is one of the most photographed places in the world.

The Traveling Swanson kids in front of the iconic Santa Monica Pier.

Walk down the pier and admire the stunning Pacific coastline, grab some ice cream, shop for souvenirs, ride the Pacific Wheel, and play some carnival games.

Location: 200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401

7. Malibu

Malibu is known for its amazing beaches, stunning views of the Pacific, and the celebrities that live there.

The coast of Southern California is stunning! I live on the Gulf Coast in Alabama, very close to Florida. We have beautiful, white, sandy beaches, and beautiful water, but the coastline in Southern California is completely different. Beautiful, rocky coastline beaches with mountains on the other side!

I recommend stopping at El Matador Beach. This is a beautiful, stunning beach. It’s perfect for letting the kids run around, play, and explore.

There are some amazing rock formations to get some great pictures of!

Three smiling children standing in front of a large rock with a natural archway on El Matador Beach in Malibu, with the sunlight and ocean behind them.
Two happy children playing by the water's edge at El Matador Beach in Malibu, with waves gently breaking in the background and large rocks dotting the sandy shore under a blue sky with wispy clouds.

Location of El Matador Beach: 32350 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, California, 90265

8. Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal Studios Hollywood is a top family destination in Los Angeles. This theme park has something for every member of your family.

The Traveling Swansons stand smiling in front of the iconic rotating globe at the entrance of Universal Studios, with the theme park's name prominently displayed in the background.

Harry Potter fans will love The Wizarding World of Harry Potter!

The Traveling Swansons walking at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Jurassic World-The Ride is a very popular ride here. The little ones that can’t ride this will enjoy playing at the DinoPlay area here instead.

We’ve been to Universal Studios Florida too, but what makes this park special and unique is the family-friendly Studio Tour. This is a 60-minute tram tour through the largest and busiest motion picture and TV studio in the world!

It’s a real working movie studio, so you never know what famous people you might see! One minute you ride through a set of Jaws, then the next minute you are on the amazing King Kong 360 3-D ride!

The Studio Tour at Universal Studios with a glimpse of Jaws in the background.

Besides the Studio Tour, other fun for little ones under 40 inches include Kung Fu Panda Adventure, Flight of the Hippogriff, The Simpsons Ride, Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, Transformers: The Ride 3D, and The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash.

Not just the park is amazing, but also Universal CityWalk. Universal CityWalk is a great place to walk around shop and dine. My kids enjoyed the candy store It’Sugar and the fun sock store, The Los Angeles Sock Market.

To purchase General Admission Tickets for Universal Studios Hollywood, click here!

Express tickets are a great idea to minimize waiting in line, especially for those with young kids who have difficulty waiting. If it’s within your budget, I highly recommend it.

To purchase Express Tickets for Universal Studios Hollywood, click here!

Location: 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608

Best Things to Do in Orange County with Kids

Orange County is the region that lies between the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego. You might have heard of Orange County from one of the many television shows that have been filmed here. It’s also known all over as being one of the best places to live in the United States.

Well, here are the best things to do in Orange County with kids.

9. Visit Laguna Beach

Laguna Beach is a small, charming beach town located about 50 miles south of Los Angeles. If you’ve seen the MTV show Laguna Beach back in the day, you might be familiar with it.

Kim and the kids smiling with the beautiful Laguna Beach in the background.

We did a quick stop in Laguna Beach when driving between San Diego and Los Angeles. I fell in love with this town.

If I were a millionaire, this is where I would live. The charm of this town, its location on the breathtaking Pacific Coast, along with the beautiful homes on the cliffs make for a perfect place to live or visit.

I recommend visiting Narrative Gallery, an art gallery that features Dr. Suess’ and Charles Schulz’s (Peanuts creator) artwork.

The whole family will enjoy looking at the beautiful artwork with famous, recognizable characters such as Cat in the Hat, Fox in Socks, Charlie Brown, and Snoopy.

We were told by the friendly man working in this art gallery to check out Alta Laguna Park (Top Of The World) and all the beautiful homes headed up there.

A scenic vista from the "Top of the World" viewpoint in Laguna Beach, showing lush greenery, luxurious homes perched on hilltops, and a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean stretching to the horizon under a soft, golden light.

Alta Laguna Park is such a great place to take kids. There’s a fun kiddie playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic tables, and hiking trails. But what makes this place so great are the stunning views of the ocean and mountains. This place is a must when in Laguna Beach with kids.

Location: Laguna Beach, CA

10. Disneyland Resort

It goes without saying that Disneyland is one of the most amazing things to do in Southern California with kids. Disney is located in Anaheim, about 26 miles from Los Angeles.

Disneyland has two parks: Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. If you’ve ever been to Walt Disney World, I’d compare Disneyland with Magic Kingdom and Disney California Adventure with Hollywood Studios.

The 3 Traveling Swansons children posing with bright smiles in front of a vibrant mural featuring celebratory images of Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse at Downtown Disney.

Downtown Disney District is a shopping, dining, and entertainment district. There are many great restaurants and stores. We especially love the LEGO Store and World of Disney.

So even if you don’t go to Disneyland, still make a stop at Downtown Disney District and enjoy everything it has to offer!

Or you could always do a character dining meal at Goofy’s Kitchen!

Location: 1313 Disneyland Dr, Anaheim, CA

11. Knott’s Berry Farm

Looking for a fun theme park for your kids other than Universal Studios or Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm might be the park for you!

Knott’s Berry Farm is known as “America’s First Theme Park.” There are many rides, shows, and attractions for the whole family. For the littlest ones, there’s Camp Snoopy, a Peanuts-themed kiddie ride area.

Knott’s Berry Farm also has a waterpark called Knott’s Soak City Waterpark. They have many waterslides, a family raft ride, a wave pool, and a fun interactive water play area for kids.

To purchase tickets to Knott’s Berry Farm, click here!

Location: 8039 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, CA 90620

Best Things to Do in San Diego with Kids

A common question people ask is “How far are LA and San Diego?” LA and San Diego are about 120 miles apart; about a 2 hr drive.

San Diego is one of the most popular destinations for family vacations. It’s known for its beautiful beaches, amazing weather, and a multitude of activities.

Here are the best things to do in San Diego with kids.

12. Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour of San Diego

I highly recommend the Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour. This is a great way to see the city of San Diego and not miss a thing.

There are 11 stops, some of which include the Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego Zoo, USS Midway, and Little Italy. Hop off whenever you like and hop back on whenever you are ready to leave.

The tour guides are awesome too. They have great stories to share and you’ll learn so much about the city of San Diego.

To purchase tickets for the Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour of San Diego, click here!

13. See the Sea Lions & Seals in La Jolla

Seeing the sea lions and seals in La Jolla is by far one of the best things to do in Southern California with kids.

The Traveling Swanson kids posing in front of the sea lions and seals in La Jolla.

It’s such an amazing experience to see sea lions and seals in their natural habitat. The Children’s Pool and Boomer Beach are the best spots to see these amazing mammals.

Sea lions basking on the mossy rocks at La Jolla Cove in San Diego, with one prominently in the center posing for the camera, and others resting in the background, all under the bright Californian sun.

Since this is one of the most epic things to do, I wrote a complete guide on seeing the sea lions and seals in La Jolla. For the complete guide on everything you need to know about seeing the sea lions and seals in La Jolla, check out my guide How to See the Sea Lions and Seals in San Diego: The Complete Guide.

Location of Children’s Pool: 850 Coast Blvd, La Jolla, CA

14. Balboa Park

Balboa Park is one of those must-see places in San Diego. It’s a 1,200-acre urban cultural park that houses the San Diego Zoo, several museums, and theatres. It’s also just a beautiful place to walk around with many beautiful walking paths and gardens.

The Swanson boys in front of the Botanical Building with a lily pond at Balboa Park in San Diego, on a day with clear skies and surrounded by visitors enjoying the scenery.

What I love about Balboa Park is the architecture of the many different buildings. The Spanish Village Art Center is very unique in that it was built to look like a Spanish Town.

The Spanish Village Art Center is a beautiful area in Balboa Park.

Train lovers will enjoy the San Diego Model Railroad Museum. Other fun places for kids here include the Marie Hitchcock Puppet Theatre, San Diego Air & Space Museum, Balboa Park Carousel, Balboa Park Miniature Train, Pepper Grove Playground, and Fleet Science Center.

Balboa Park is one of the top things to do with kids in San Diego.

Location: 1549 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101

15. San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park

San Diego Zoo is part of Balboa Park, but it deserves its own post. It is consistently ranked as one of the top zoos in America, making it one of the best family attractions in Southern California.

Tyler, Ava and Ethan stand beneath a massive, roaring lion statue at the entrance of the San Diego Zoo, with the zoo's colorful sign in the background, on a sunny day.

San Diego Zoo is world-famous for a reason. It’s just a beautiful zoo with just about any animal you want to find. Your ticket to San Diego Zoo also includes a double-decker Guided Bus Tour, Kangaroo Express Bus, and Skyfari Aerial Tram. There’s a fun 4D show for an additional cost.

There are a few different play areas for the kids to run, jump, and explore.

To purchase admission tickets to San Diego Zoo, click here!

Location of San Diego Zoo: 2920 Zoo Drive, San Diego, CA 92101

Looking for a different way to see animals, try the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Here you will ride an open-air vehicle and feel like you are a million miles away in Africa.

An elephant roaming at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.

Location of San Diego Zoo Safari Park: 15500 San Pasqual Valley Road, Escondido, California 92027-7017

To purchase tickets to San Diego Zoo Safari Park, click here!

16. LEGOLAND California

“Everything is Awesome” at LEGOLAND California, especially for Lego lovers. Going to LEGOLAND was a must for my youngest. His dream was to swim with LEGOS at the LEGOLAND hotel pool. I do recommend staying at one of the LEGOLAND hotels for a complete experience.

The Swanson kids posing in front of the vibrant LEGOLAND California entrance.

LEGOLAND is geared more towards younger children under 12 because of the mild, kiddie rides.

Legoland California has many mild kiddie rides such as these cars.

Although, if you or someone else is a LEGO enthusiast they will love this place too. There are many amazing LEGO sculptures throughout the park.

They have an area that has huge miniland versions of cities such as New Orleans, San Francisco, New York, and even Southern California.

They also have an aquarium and a water park for an additional charge to the basic ticket.

My youngest was about in tears when it was time to leave LEGOLAND! So, this is a definite must-do for your younger LEGO-loving children in Southern California.

To purchase a 1 Day Admission to Legoland California, click here!

Location: One Legoland Dr, Carolsbad, CA 92008

17. Little Italy

When in San Diego, you must go to Little Italy. What kid doesn’t like pizza and gelato right? Little Italy is the perfect place to grab dinner, and dessert and walk around.

You must also get a picture of the kids in the big red chair!

Fun Fact: San Diego’s Little Italy is the largest in the U.S.!! It covers 48 blocks.

When in San Diego with kids, you take them to Littly Italy.  Get a picture here in the big red chair!

Location: India St and Date St, San Diego, CA 92101

18. SeaWorld San Diego

SeaWorld San Diego is another fun theme park in Southern California. The park is half rides, half animals. At SeaWorld San Diego there are rides for the whole family, from adrenaline thrillers to the mildest kiddie rides.

My favorite thing about SeaWorld is the orca show. I think these animals are just magnificent. If you sit on the lower level, be prepared to be splashed.

SeaWorld is a top destination in Southern California for families famous for this Shamu show.

SeaWorld San Diego is just an all-around fun family place, making it a must while in San Diego.

Location:  500 Sea World Drive, San Diego, CA 92109

19. Sesame Place San Diego

Sesame Place San Diego is Southern California’s newest theme park. This park features many family-friendly rides and live character shows. There’s also a fun interactive Sesame Street Neighborhood to explore.

This park is perfect for younger kids, especially Sesame Street fans. They also have many water attractions including a huge wave pool.

Location: 2052 Entertainment Circle, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Where to Stay On a Southern California Family Vacation

There are so many wonderful places to stay in Southern California with kids! The following recommendations are places where my family of 5 stayed.

I do lots of research and am extremely picky with any hotel I stay at. I highly recommend all of these!

Hotel Recommendations in Los Angeles with Kids

Springhill Suites Los Angeles Burbank/Downtown

We stayed at the Springhill Suites Los Angeles Burbank/Downtown for our time in Los Angeles. I loved, loved, loved this hotel.

The rooms were clean, modern, and spacious. The hotel has a beautiful, contemporary Hollywood theme and is in a great close location to the best attractions in Los Angeles. It’s only 5 miles from Griffith Park and 6 miles from Universal Studios.

They offer a complimentary daily breakfast. They also have a washer and dryer in case you need to wash something. I had to do this one time.

The outdoor pool area is amazing and the views from the pool are beautiful!

Tyler having fun in the hotel pool in Southern California.

Not only is there an outdoor pool, but a large chessboard and a large Jenga game!

Springhill Suites Los Angeles Burbank/Downtown has an amazing pool area complete with outdoor games.

To book your room at Springhill Suites Los Angeles Burbank/Downtown, click here!

Location: 549 S San Fernando Blvd, Burbank, CA 91502

Residence Inn Los Angeles LAX/Century Boulevard

Residence Inn Los Angeles LAX/Century Boulevard is the perfect hotel to stay at when wanting to be close to LAX.

We stayed here the night before our early flight. It’s only 1/2 mile from the LAX airport entrance. We were able to return our rental car after check-in since the hotel offers a 24-hour shuttle to/from LAX airport.

This hotel would also make a great hotel for an extended stay because the rooms are super spacious and offer a complete kitchen with a microwave, full-size fridge, and stove-top.

A complimentary breakfast is offered in the morning. There are also three restaurants onsite including Jersey Mike’s, ZPizza, and Starbucks.

But the coolest thing about this hotel is they have a robot butler named Wally! We all get such a kick of it! If you need towels, sheets, or items from the market, Wally will bring them! Wally goes on the elevator and down the halls to the rooms all by itself. It is the coolest thing ever!

To book your room at Residence Inn Los Angeles LAX/Century Boulevard, click here!

Location:  5933 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Hotel Recommendation in San Diego with Kids

Springhill Suites San Diego Downtown/Bayfront

During our time in San Diego, we stayed at Springhill Suites San Diego Downtown/Bayfront. This is a beautiful, clean modern hotel offering great views of the bay. It’s in a convenient location and an easy drive to all of San Diego’s best attractions.

This hotel has a great complimentary daily breakfast buffet and a great rooftop pool!

To book your room at Springhill Suites San Diego Downtown/Bayfront, click here!

Location: 900 Bayfront Ct, San Diego, CA 92101

Hotel Recommendation for Legoland California

LEGOLAND Hotel & LEGOLAND Castle Hotel

During our visit to LEGOLAND California, we stayed at the LEGOLAND Hotel. There are 2 hotels on the property; LEGOLAND Hotel and LEGOLAND Castle Hotel. Staying on property is the best way to do LEGOLAND and get the full experience.

The rooms are all LEGO-themed. We picked a LEGO NINJAGO room, but they also have a pirate, LEGO Friends, Kingdom, and Adventure rooms. The kids have their own sleeping area, which is so fun for them!

Staying in a LEGOLAND hotel is a must when visiting LEGOLAND.  The themed rooms are so much fun for the kids.

The hotel also has a fun welcome treasure hunt for the kids. The kids will search for clues in the hotel to find the secret combination to unlock the treasure chest in your room. Inside the treasure chest, is a special surprise bag of LEGOs for each kid in the room.

The welcome treasure hunt and surprise is such a fun addition to staying at the LEGOLAND Hotel.

A free breakfast buffet is also offered daily. After you eat breakfast, walk out the door and you’re at the main entrance to LEGOLAND!

Now, I can’t forget about the awesome pool! Playing in the pool with LEGO bricks was my 6-year-old’s dream!

Ethan having fun swimming in a pool full of LEGOs at the LEGOLAND Hotel pool.

To book your room at LEGOLAND Hotel and Castle Hotel, click here!

Location: One Legoland Dr, Carlsbad, CA 92008

The Wrap-Up: Things to Do in Southern California with Kids

In conclusion, Southern California offers a treasure trove of adventures that are perfect for families traveling with kids.

From the star-studded streets of Hollywood to the magical realms of Disneyland and the creative wonder of LEGOLAND, each destination promises a unique blend of education and entertainment. The natural spectacle of sea lions and seals along San Diego’s shores provides an unforgettable wildlife experience, while the serene beaches of Malibu offer a peaceful escape to nature’s beauty. And let’s not forget the world-renowned San Diego Zoo, where the wild heart of the city beats with excitement for all ages.

These highlights are just the beginning of what you can discover in the sun-kissed playground of Southern California, where every visit with your children is bound to be filled with joyous memories that will last a lifetime.

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