A Memorable Visit at the Griffith Observatory


Beyond the spectacular views of Los Angeles’ night lights or the Hollywood Sign, the Griffith Observatory is also popular for its architecture and its observatory.




Its art deco design cannot be missed. It is what guests will see as they approach and as they leave the premises. Day or night, its three-dome design looks very nice.






Even kids will love the place. Maybe even more than the adults. It is afterall, an observatory. Fun and interactive, guests can find out how much they weigh in space or create their own earthquake.






Finding stars (literally and figuratively) will be hard, but the bright city lights, the nice over all atmosphere plus the over-sized planets at the Griffith Observatory will more than make up for them.



Griffith Observatory
2800 Observatory Road
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Hours of Operation

Wed-Fri, 12noon to 10pm
Sat-Sun, 10am to 10pm





~ by Happy Sole on February 7, 2012.

2 Responses to “A Memorable Visit at the Griffith Observatory”

  1. you’re an excellent photographer. I really like your shots

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