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Free stuff Los Angeles

Los Angeles is known for its diversity and uniqueness. It may seem like a tough place to make a living but there are plenty of amazing ways to start a career in LA.

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Get lost in your thoughts at one of L.A.’s best kept secrets: the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine. Set on a 10-acre site that was used as a film set during the silent era, its lovely gardens offer some increasingly rare assets today: peace and tranquility. You’ll need a reservation right now to visit the meditation gardens, which are open for free from Wednesday through Sunday.

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As we stare down increasing gas, apartment and cocktail prices, we often think that Los Angeles can be a frustratingly expensive city. But then we think of this city’s wealth of free museums and miles of public coastline and remember that there are plenty of incredible free things to do in L.A. Sure, we may be living in a celebrity-driven town where indulging at the best restaurants and bars, working out and pampering ourselves is the norm, but we still jump at the chance for free things. Read on for the best free things to do and places to visit across L.A., for tourists and locals alike.

The iconic amphitheater doubles as a semi-secret county park. As long as the venue isn’t holding a performance (an admittedly rare occurrence from July to September), you’re welcome to park for free and stroll about the grounds as you please. Hike all the way up the hilly environs to admire the views or walk into the seating area where, chances are, you’ll see people working out on the stairs or, if you’re lucky, an open LA Phil rehearsal on summer mornings (classical shows tend to fall on Tuesdays and Thursdays but the schedule varies, so it’s best to call 323-850-2000 to find out for sure). (Source: www.timeout.com)

 

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