Kids Activities in Downtown Los Angeles


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  • Scavenger Blitz
    Generally, adulthood forces people to give up childish pleasures, robbing them of the joy associated with playing in puddles, unearthing hidden treasure, and being silly in public. The folks at Sierra Adventure Sports wants grownups to regress, if only for a day. That's where Scavenger Adventure Races comes in. The Amazing Race-like event pits multiple teams against each other in puzzle-solving and physical challenge events throughout the city. Teams traverse 5?8 miles, utilizing public transportation and their own feet before they hit the finish line, crown the winners, and head to the after-party.
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    750 Broadway
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Downtown Flea
    On the fourth Sunday of every month, Downtown Flea transforms four parking lots into a party, and turns the traditional flea market experience on its ear. Indie designers, crafts folks, vintage retailers, food trucks, and a DJ collide, then stand back up and welcome guests to an all-day event that eliminates the musty enclosed markets and drags shopping excursions in the open air. VIP passes let guests take a load off in the Chill Lounge, sip complimentary drinks, and use upgraded restrooms, but every visitor can browse the wares of the eclectic vendors or participate in a monthly scavenger hunt to earn Flea Bucks. Recent participants include Cigar Box Guitars, Blossom Vintage, and Combustion Glassworks.
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    246 South Spring Street
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Orpheum Theatre
    David Gray's soothing folk-rock sounds and heartfelt lyrics have serenaded fans for nearly 20 years, earning the artist accolades and chart-topping hits in the United States and U.K. Gravelly voiced Gray mixes poetic introspection with ethereal guitar melodies to create songs that plumb soulful depths like existential octopuses. On his successful Lost and Found tour, Gray will supercharge his signature acoustics with live-performance electricity, performing a bevy of songs including numbers from his recent album Foundling. Groupon-holding spectators will sate aural appetites from level 3 seats—located in the outer banks of the orchestra and loge levels and in parts of the balcony—of the historical Orpheum Theater, with quadruple tier seating that provides ample views of every note as they flutter away from the stage and into the embrace of a nearby eardrums.
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    842 South Broadway
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Moca Geffen Center
    Since its inception in 1979, The Museum of Contemporary Art has devoted itself to post-1940 artwork, a focus that sets it apart from all other Los Angeles museums. Its permanent collection harbors more than 5,000 art objects, encompassing media from video installations and documentary photography to pop art. Works from renowned artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Diane Arbus share gallery space with pieces from up-and-coming artists across the museum?s three facilities. To complement its permanent collection, the museum hosts rotating temporary exhibits, such as the current Mike Kelley exhibit, which explores american pop culture through irreverent, multimedia pieces. The museum staff also augments these displays with events, such as their screening series in collaboration with the Los Angeles Filmforum, which explores the intersection of experimental film and art like a projection screen sewn with pages from DaVinci?s journal.
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    152 South Central Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Around The Globe Kids Center
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? We are an indoor play gym focusing on children 6 and under. Our equipment is new and clean. We also have a shopping boutique in the front with weekly specials.
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    1001 South Broadway
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Japanese American National Museum
    Dedicated to national diversity, the Japanese American National Museum traces the story of Japanese Americans from the first generations of immigrants to the present-day population. Using paintings, diaries, and historical artifacts, the museum offers closeup looks at everything from WWII internment camps to now-iconic cultural contributions such as Hello Kitty.
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    100 N Central Ave
    Los Angeles, CA US

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