(Jandd.org ) One of the city's best-kept secrets, the Nethercutt museum houses more than 250 beautifully restored, classic automobiles dating to the 1800s.
5 Free Things to See and Do While in LA
FEBRUARY 08, 2013
HOLLYWOOD: The intersection of Hollywood and Highland is the crossroads for the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where more than 2,400 terrazzo-and-brass stars containing the biggest names in the entertainment business can be viewed by just walking down the sidewalk. You'll find everyone from Clark Gable to Johnny Depp, Marilyn Monroe to Meryl Streep.
GRIFFITH PARK: With more than 50 miles of free hiking trails, many of them winding through chaparral-covered canyons and over hillsides, Griffith Park bills itself as the largest urban wilderness in the United States. While the zoo and some of the park's other attractions charge admission, the world-famous Griffith Observatory does not.
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