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A public observatory owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles for the benefit of all. Located in on Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park, the Observatory offers a planetarium, exhibits, public telescopes, cafe, bookstore, and the best views of the...more
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My daughter and I took the trolley from the Greek theater( free parking! Bonus!!) to the observatory for $.50 a person. If you park up by the observatory it is eight dollars an hour. We chose to hike from the Griffith Observatory to the Hollywood...More
Excellent car park free and good place to see Hollywood Sign. Use Uber to get there. You can take as we did the Hike which stopped at viewing points. Made it interesting with our guide Kate giving us history during walk. From the Conservatory you...More
THE OBSERVATORY'S PARKING LOT IS A GREAT PLACE TO VIEW THE FAMOUS "HOLLYWOOD "LETTERS ON THE MOUNTAINSIDE.
THE OBSERVATORY HAS AWESOME VIEWS FROM ALL POINTS ON THE OUTSIDE!!
AND inside- You will be even happier you went.. You can google it for a sneak peek.!...More
Griffith Observatory has been seen in a lot of movies and is probably most recently known for LaLaLand. You can get nice pictures with the Hollywood sign from here and of the city itself. I recommend going as the sun is setting. The Observatory itself...More
Fantastic views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood sign but also a very historic place. Make sure you have a clear day. Tour of onservatory was excellent and received a live presentation downstairs. Amazing place.
We were lucky to arrive on an open day with many telescopes focused on the sun and on the moon, and a guided tour of the main telescope. It would be worth walking up there through the natural landscape, with a rewarding view at the...More
We had someone drop us off at the top which I highly recommend since parking is limited. We had a clear day for our tour. We explored on our own and took advantage of the knowledgeable guides inside who were highlighting parts of the observatory....More
I always enjoy going to the Griffith Observatory. Always fun and interesting information. Never get tired of what you see there. You can watch movies, some with fees, some free. I like the way they have arranged the way you can see the exhibits without...More
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Hi thank you for reaching out ! I would suggest always attending anything in Los Angeles earlier in the day. Crowds can get pretty filled up quickly and in order to see one of the planetarium shows you would want to be... More
Hi thank you for reaching out ! I would suggest always attending anything in Los Angeles earlier in the day. Crowds can get pretty filled up quickly and in order to see one of the planetarium shows you would want to be there earlier to be sure you get booked into one !
Enjoy your visit and seeing the stars !