Golden Gate Park: Explore of the Best Spots in San Francisco’s Famous Park

Golden Gate Park is San Francisco’s Central Park with over 1,000 acres of public land, and it is a welcomed spot in the city with beautiful views and amazing places to explore. I haven’t gotten a chance to spend as much time here as I would like, but every time I visit I am always […]

Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

The Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles is one of those places that is hard to write about as it creates many raw emotions when you walk through the exhibits related to the Holocaust and other horrors we have inflicted on each other throughout the course of history. It is an incredibly well-done museum though, […]

Grammy Museum at LA Live in Los Angeles

LA Live is a popular attraction that many people visit when in Los Angeles. While it is mostly chain restaurants and ice skating in the winter, the Grammy Museum is a great stop right on the outskirts of LA Live. It has a ton of information on many of your favorite artists throughout the years, […]

California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate Park comprises over 1,000 areas of prime real estate right in the heart of San Francisco and is a popular location to hang out at any time the weather is warm. This area also features a lot of great museums as well, with the California Academy of Sciences being one of my favorites. […]

Walt Disney Family Museum In San Francisco’s Presidio

Situated right in the middle of San Francisco’s historic Presidio, the Walt Disney Family Museum spotlights the legacy of Walt Disney and the company that he created. Since it opened in 2009, the museum has been drawing Disney and history fans for almost a decade, and I finally got a chance to check it out […]

Musee Mécanique – Mechanical Quarter Machines in Fisherman’s Wharf

Fishermans Wharf is a great spot to hang out and explore while visiting San Francisco. I can often be found in the Boudin or walking the streets looking for the best cioppino, but on a recent trip I stumbled into the Musee Mécanique, and my future trips to the area will never be the same. […]

Chinese American Museum in Los Angeles

The Chinese American Museum near Olvera St in Downtown LA is an interesting, free spot to explore when you are in the area. The three floors of exhibits only require about 30 minutes to see, and they are surprisingly well put together. Here is all the information so you can check it out yourself. Details […]

Museum of Broken Relationships in Los Angeles

While Los Angeles is undoubtedly full of unique museums, the Museum of Broken Relationships on Hollywood Boulevard is certainly one of the most interesting. This museum is in the shadow of famous tourist spots like the wax museum, Ripleys Believe It or Not and even Mann’s Chinese Theater. It focuses on the issues that affect […]

Getty Villa Museum in Pacific Palisades

When researching museums in Los Angeles, you will find the Getty coming up as one of the top time and time again. The main Getty Center is one I have been to many times and a place that you can spend days exploring. The smaller but still impressive Getty Villa, focuses more on the sculptures […]

Rosie the Riveter National Monument

Rosie the Riveter was a cultural icon in WWII that stood for the women that were manning the factories while the men went off to war. The national monument, which sits on the water in Richmond stands in the area where many of these ship facilities used to sit. Now they no longer make ships, […]