10 Fun Things to Do in Los Angeles During Covid

Los Angeles is a great place to visit, even during the Covid-19 pandemic. There are plenty of activities to enjoy for free, as well as discounted tourist passes that bundle several tickets into one price. Here are 10 fun things to do in Los Angeles during Covid.

Griffith and Griffith Observatory

. Los Angeles County beaches are open, and beach lovers should practice social distancing by staying at least six feet away from others (except between members of the same household).

Even during the winter months, you can grab your skates and head to Downtown on Ice in Pershing Square.


. In addition to all the great free attractions we list in our Top 10 section, there are plenty of museums and other attractions that you can visit for free at least once a month. Focused primarily on American and European art created after 1940, the MOCA is a great place for modern and contemporary art enthusiasts.

Comedy Clubs. Los Angeles attracts a lot of famous comedians, so don't be surprised if they sometimes appear at local comedy clubs.

Avila Adobe

. Located in the historic center of Olvera Street, the Avila Adobe is the oldest existing residence in Los Angeles.

Discount Tourist Passes. Discount tourist passes work by bundling several tickets into a single price, usually between 20% and 50% of the retail price. Some of the best nighttime attractions in this city are included in discount passes to Los Angeles tourist attractions.

Hollywood Sign


There is nothing more symbolic than this famous monument located high on the hill overlooking Los Angeles.

East Los Angeles

. The vibrant and historic East Los Angeles region was founded in 1870 by John Strother Griffin, also known as the father of East Los Angeles. In 1999, the red barn he used as a workshop was moved to the Los Angeles Live Steam Railroad Museum in Griffith Park.

Family-Friendly Attractions. In addition to all of the great free museums in Los Angeles, there are also several places with a family focus. Los Angeles is a family-friendly destination, with many activities available for children and teens of all ages.

Los Feliz Golf Course


In the 1996 film Swingers, Ron Livingston asks Jon Favreau if he should play Goofy in a scene that was filmed on the Los Feliz golf course.

Griffith Park

. This is another popular park in the Los Angeles area with dozens of exciting attractions for everyone to enjoy.

Plaza Mariachi

. Cultural points of interest include the famous Plaza Mariachi, the bustling Los Angeles Market, the Chicano Resource Center and the pioneering Self Graphics & Art, famous for its annual Day of the Dead festivities.

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