Activities in Bel Air


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  • Peekaboo Playland
    Millions of people have seen the inside of Peekaboo Playland, though they probably don't know it. The indoor playground has garnered ample media attention, including a feature on The Doctors. It was even used to shoot an episode of NBC's The Office, during which new parents Jim and Pam seek out the perfect daycare center for their child. Spoiler alert: Peekaboo Playland fits the bill. Luckily, the creative space appeals to more than just sitcom characters. Located within an art deco building, the 3,300-square-foot facility screams imagination like an improv troupe that's trying way too hard. European artist Marlene Wittfeld created custom paintings for the indoor playground, and her images of beaches, forests, and outer space make the walls seem like a giant storybook. Nature sounds and carefully selected music set the tone as kids slide down from a large "stork's nest," jump in a bounce castle, or play pretend in the dress-up nook. The Baby Balcony caters to kids ages 2 and younger, while long work tables and open spaces set the stage for art and fitness classes. Parents find ample activities as well. They can browse The Peekasso Gallery?which features local artwork?sip complementary coffee while surfing on free WiFi, or order food from one of the nearby restaurants.
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    2321 Roscomare Road
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • The Getty Center
    Along with an impressive collection of pre-20th-century European paintings and contemporary sculpture, the Getty boasts a 7,000-square-foot center for photographs with more than 36,500 prints and 2,500 daguerreotypes. Highlights include Edward Weston’s 1936 Nude, Santa Monica and Lewis Hine’s 1908 Cotton-Mill Worker, North Carolina, which helped the campaign to end child labor.
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    1200 Getty Center Dr
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Evolution Body
    For more than 20 years, Natasha Kufa has helped sculpt and streamline some of Hollywood's most famous physiques, including Fergie's and Matthew McConaughey's. What sets Natasha's personal-training services apart is her dual emphasis on nutrition and fitness. A certified raw-foods nutrition specialist, she believes that diet plays a huge role in stamina, physical shape, and overall well-being. She designed a juice cleanse to help people quickly detox, and she also offers personal-chef services that deliver organic, healthy meals. In her latest book, The 10% Rule: Small Changes, Big Results, she clues clients in to the secrets and strategies that have kept her alive for more than 6,000 years.
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    2885 Woodwardia Drive
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Skirball Cultural Center
    The Skirball Cultural Center is a renowned museum, vibrant performing arts center, and prestigious educational institution that is dedicated to sustaining Jewish heritage while welcoming visitors of all ethnic and cultural identities. Members get unlimited year-round access to museum exhibits, including Noah's Ark. The popular interactive gallery inside a massive wooden ark is filled with animal puppets (made from recycled materials) and hours worth of creative, challenging activities for kids of every shoe size, all aimed at teaching the value of community and sustainability without having to live among Himalayan monks for seven years. Children must be accompanied by an adult, and members should call ahead to schedule a timed entry or book online.
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    2701 N Sepulveda Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Bel Air Film Festival
    The Bel-Air Film Festival shines a bright light on film reels from around the world, offering a diverse schedule of independent shorts, documentaries, and feature-length films. The fest kicks off with My Father's Will, a U.S. feature that centers around a wealthy businessman who, in accordance with his father's last wishes, must distance himself from his affluent identity and hefty bank account for one month of self-discovery, reflection, and, most likely, frozen TV dinners. Starting Thursday, things heat up with four to five showings a day, including The Italian Key from Finland and Trophy Kids from American director Josh Sugarman. Friday and Saturday's festivities conclude with complimentary wine-tasting events before after parties and competitive Kurosawa name-droppings take center stage. Monday wraps up the whole festival with a screening of Face to Face, a film many consider to be the Australian version of 12 Angry Men.
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    2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA US

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