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Grand Park, Los Angeles

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  • Grand gathering spot in downtown Los Angeles. Google it to see if special events are scheduled. Easy to access by public transit. Grand Central Market is nearby for food and beverages.  more »
  • We were in the Grand Park during the celebrations of July 4, were early and enjoyed the shows, concerts and the final celebration with Fireworks. Very good experience.
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  • We are in the Downtown area, the City Centre (so to speak, given the enormous extent now achieved from this city) in Los Angeles, right in front of City Hall, the City Hall, a historic building seen and reviewed dozens of times in movies and tv series Hollywood's memory. The Park is not very big but it has green areas, many benches, water features, a beautiful Fountain (the night is illuminated) and, in the Northwest corner, a Starbucks (where aruond breakfast) and toilet. In short, a nice stop before heading to Downtown citizen ... Luca
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  • Green oasis in the concrete jungle. LA needs lot more of these to make it green. I see people playing socket in the afternoons, evenings and weekends. Nice to people hanging out in the park. Food trucks come here regularly to attract more crowds. That said, If this has to be the Central park of downtown LA, it needs more space and better facilities. One problem is, they are trying to make it everything for everybody. Is it a park or a play ground or events place? Why not add the empty lot next to it? (It has more space vertically - runs up the stairs across Broadway, hill, hop streets, but larger space across will help too). This park needs more tree linings to create better shaded areas for people to during hot summer. And it needs better facilities. Why not allow small food vendors to sell there, so people traffic is always there? A nice coffee shop or restaurant in the empty lot next to it may be useful. May be even a LA souvenir shop??
  • A very nice place to visit in the middle of downtown. There is a very convenient metro station in the middle of the park, which makes it very easy to get there. A nice place to enjoy a cup of coffee and enjoy the fountain. There are small containers with books inside which you could take and read. And then it is encouraged that you give a book back to it. This shows the community of the place and how much downtown has changed. I would recommend that if you are in downtown to visit this park.
  • What a gem in the city. To the north the music center to the west and east courthouses and to the south the beautiful City Hall. It is best to check out their website for events as this park has become an all purpose venue. My favorite spot is the fountains where the kiddos are allowed to splash around. The only downside to the park is the parking situation. My recommendation, visit after 4pm, where most surrounding lots are a flat $10 fee.
  • Went there for New Years celebration it was amazing. Lots of food, music and things to do. We enjoyed it and we are going back next year. I've also been in some of the events they have there. It's a nice place to walk and spend good time with the family.
  • This place is green, this place is blue, and it has a Starbucks. Pretty much something for everyone. The only down side might potentially be parking but I parked elsewhere and walked to the park on my visit. The big beauty of this park in my opinion is the huge fountain. The day I visited there was a wedding being held here so you can already imagine from that how picturesque this location is, but don't imagine it, just look at some photos or better yet just go visit. People play in the waters too, mainly children but I'm sure everyone's welcome. If you want to stay out of the sun there are plenty of shaded areas plus a starbucks right in the middle of the park if you're in need of some cold beverages.

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