Are you tired of doing the same old staff every time you visit LA? There are unusual things (somehow weird but totally cool things) that people who visit LA can be involved in. These unusual but awesome things will show you how amazing LA really is. If you visit LA for vacation, there are some unusual accommodations available for you to try. Those of you who live in Los Angeles are not excluded, you might have lived here for long but you have never come to know or experience some unusual things to do. Below are 5 unusual things to do in LA:
Visiting the oldest cemetery in LA is something that many people don't do, but you can visit it to see the final place of mayors, actors, musicians, war-vets, religious leaders and many other people before the mid-19th century. Cutting right through this old cemetery is a jogging path where you can exercise if you want.
2. Walking along the coast of the Sunken City
The coast of the Sunken City is found in San Pedro. You can visit it to see the remains of a neighbourhood which literally sunk in the ocean. You will see the amazing view of the ocean.
Before visiting this coast, you should be aware that it is a technically private property which has no trespassing signs on it. Therefore, you should tread lightly.
3. Taking a trip to Time Travel Mart
You can take a trip to this place if you ever thought of buying dinosaur eggs, an evil robot memory eraser and a conquistador helmet. They are weird things to buy, but this is the place to find them.
Time Travel Mart sells its goods at no profit. It is there to help support students (6 to 18 years) when it comes to their creative and expository writing skills, and also to help teachers in inspiring their students to write.
4. Abandoned Zoo
The Abandoned Zoo found at Griffith Park is an unusual place to visit in LA but it's awesome. This was the original zoo in LA. It is a good place to visit if you are interested in some history, an adventure and having a lovely walk in the park. Tom Caroll did a great job in uncovering the location and history of this abandoned but original zoo in LA when he was exploring Los Angeles.
5. The Museum of Death
This museum of death is a gory place which is not for everyone to visit. It has a serial killer room and an autopsy room which has crime scene photos. If you are interested in such things and you are in LA, you can visit it.