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This park comes comprised of four parts: Barnsdall ARt Center, Barnsdall Junior Arts Center, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and Barnsdall Gallery Theatre. This of course doesn't count the expanse of lawn that frequently hosts festivals and other cultural events.
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An amusement park, aquarium, and food purveyor all in one, and it's always open.
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This cove of literal paradise is a secret spot off of Malibu, and it's home to a ton of tanning bodies, relaxing hikers and beach extraordinaires, and water too cold to swim in -- but the views are spectacular.
This park and plaza in Silverlake boasts frequent outdoor movie screenings, famers markets, and everything else you could want for your Summertime LA outdoor needs.
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