Visit a sunken city Beginning in 1929, a sizable chunk of San Pedro’s southern tip began to slide towards the sea. Sinking at a rate of nearly a foot per day at its fastest, the sliding land eventually took the eastern portion of Point Fermin Park, along with sidewalks, pavement, streetcar tracks, and two homes that failed to move in time, tumbling down to the shoreline. Yes, the Sunken City's ruins are fenced off -- and we certainly wouldn't condone trespassing -- but you can scope out the…

Visit a sunken city Beginning in 1929, a sizable chunk of San Pedro’s southern tip began to slide towards the sea. Sinking at a rate of nearly a foot per day at its fastest, the sliding land eventually took the eastern portion of Point Fermin Park, along with sidewalks, pavement, streetcar tracks, and two homes that failed to move in time, tumbling down to the shoreline. Yes, the Sunken City's ruins are fenced off -- and we certainly wouldn't condone trespassing -- but you can scope out the…

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7 Hidden L.A. Gems That'll MAKE Your Weekend #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/hidden-attractions-los-angeles#slide2 Museum Of Jurassic Technology Don’t let the name fool you. This place has nothing to do with dinosaurs (sad face) or archeological artifacts. But, walking through this museum is like stepping back in time. From the dimly lit alcoves and winding corridors to the antique wood display cases and baroque music playing, you’ll feel like you’re on a Victorian-era adventure. ...

7 Hidden L.A. Gems That'll MAKE Your Weekend #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/hidden-attractions-los-angeles#slide2 Museum Of Jurassic Technology Don’t let the name fool you. This place has nothing to do with dinosaurs (sad face) or archeological artifacts. But, walking through this museum is like stepping back in time. From the dimly lit alcoves and winding corridors to the antique wood display cases and baroque music playing, you’ll feel like you’re on a Victorian-era adventure. ...

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Murphy Ranch -- This abandoned Nazi base was originally built in 1933 by Winona and Norman Stephens, and came with a sizable water storage tank, fuel tank, bomb shelter, and bunkers surrounding the compound. The site is now owned by the city of Los Angeles, and despite repeated calls for its demolition, it remains a popular attraction for hikers and tourists.

Murphy Ranch -- This abandoned Nazi base was originally built in 1933 by Winona and Norman Stephens, and came with a sizable water storage tank, fuel tank, bomb shelter, and bunkers surrounding the compound. The site is now owned by the city of Los Angeles, and despite repeated calls for its demolition, it remains a popular attraction for hikers and tourists.

Sunset Cocktail Lounge above Palihouse, Los Angeles - The 18 Best Rooftop Hangouts in Los Angeles

Sunset Cocktail Lounge above Palihouse, Los Angeles - The 18 Best Rooftop Hangouts in Los Angeles

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