The newest Downtown park presents an ongoing slate of free live music, dance performances, yoga classes, art classes, people-watching, and bright-pink chairs.
Head to Little Tokyo every first and third Tuesday (spring through fall) for free, actually interesting performances from all sorts of local artists.
Sure, Runyon is totally overcrowded, but if you're looking to get your yoga on for free, there are three to five classes on the daily.
Every Thursday night until 9pm, hit up Grand Central for free rounds of ping pong, cornhole, board games, and more. Plus, check the schedule for other free events throughout the month, including trivia, live music, and even some drag queen bingo.
Officially known as the Marvin Braude Bike Trail, this 22-mile stretch is perfect for a mellow cruise with a badass ocean view, especially after hitting some of the many beachside bars along the way.
If you're feeling ambitious/idiotic/ambitiously idiotic, head to Silver Lake to climb the steep 133 stairs made famous by Laurel and Hardy. Just leave your piano at home.
This little hidden garden is prime midweek lunch date material, if you can swing such a thing.
38. Head to Mariachi Plaza to hear musicians auditioning for potential gigs.
Then go eat some sadly-not-free-but-still-insanely-delicious tacos.
Test your nerd power at these "multimedia" trivia nights at bars around town. You were probably going to buy drinks anyway, so might as well throw some free trivia in there too, right?