Month Visited: August
Our family likes to try new things and explore new places, but we also like comfortable days and spending the night in luxury hotels. Educational activities are important but we also want to have fun as a family, and we look for adventure and exciting stops too. We do not like wasting time, each day is full of activities and attractions so we get the most out of each trip that we take. Our children at the time of this itinerary: 3 children-Boy age 17 years, Boy age 12 years, Boy age 10 years.
Admission: Kids under 5 free, kids 5-12 start at $7.99, adults start at $15.99
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Description: This two story museum contains many interesting facts and fun things for all ages to do. Visitors will find touch screens with challenging questions and neat information, and there are numerous other types of interactive displays as well. Talking holographic images, informative and amusing videos, and other exhibits detail some of the top world records in typical areas, and also a number of unique categories that are not usually known. Food and drinks are not allowed in the museum.
Our Experiences: Our trip to the museum for world records was great. This may not be a top Los Angeles destination for many but it is a nice stop for us. There were so many displays that the kids were not sure where to go first. This stop was educational in a fun way, and we learned many interesting facts about the different types of records held around the world. The kids enjoyed using the touch screens and other interactive components, and they were definitely not bored while we were here. This is a good choice for most families, and we recommend it.
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Description: Hermosa Beach is one of the popular Los Angeles destination spots, and the beach is sandy with some great views. This stretch of sand is a top spot for swimming, surfing, paddle boarding, beach volleyball, and lounging in the sun. There is a paved promenade which runs along the beach, and the city of Hermosa Beach covers about 40 blocks. There are a number of stores and boutiques along the paved walk, as well as many restaurants and eateries.
Our Experiences: Both the beach area and the city of Hermosa Beach were fun to explore. The beach area was nice, and what we expected for a West Coast beach with light sand and warm water that was clear and inviting. After spending time in the water and playing in the sane we decided to walk down the paved walkway and explore some of the stores and other establishments situated here. This is a nice place to spend a few hours or even all day.