This blog post, Local Love: Top 5 Best Things to Do in LA in December, was published on 12/1/2019, and updated on 11/26/2020.
I can’t believe 2020 is almost coming to an end. this year felt like a decade! Before we know we will be making New Year’s Eve plans and figuring out what to wear. But here is praying 2021 will bring us health, calmness, and unity. We have new lockdown orders in Los Angeles but there are still plenty of things to do in Los Angeles in the month of December. Check out Top 10 Best Things to Do in LA in December.
Top 5 Best Things to Do in LA in December
01. Things to Do in LA in December: El Matador Beach
Firstly, El Matador Beach in Malibu is a picturesque beach in Los Angeles. Secondly, you can enjoy a beautiful walk along the beach, a fabulous Instaworthy photoshoot opportunity, and a picnic by the ocean. Above all, this is one of the only beaches in Los Angeles that offers a semi-private experience.
02. Things to Do in LA in December: LA Zoo
The LA Zoo is a fun kid-friendly for the whole family. The playground is closed but the exhibits are open. Most importantly, you will have fun watching the magnificent elephants and graceful giraffes. The LA Zoo is a not-to-be-missed family experience.
03. Things to Do in LA in December: Runyon Canyon Yoga
Runyon Canyon Yoga is back at the park on Friday only at 10:30 am. Masks are required at the park. The class is socially distanced. Besides, you have to bring your own mat and towel.
04. Things to Do in LA in December: Barnsdall Art Park
Barnsdall Art Park is one of L.A.’s best-kept secrets. It is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. Barnsdall Art Park is located in East Hollywood. But the park is only open for running, walking, and hiking. Most importantly, it makes a great spot for an Instagrammable photoshoot.
05. Things to Do in LA in December: ROW DTLA
ROW DTLA is located in historic downtown Los Angeles. It is a creative space filled with boutiques and restaurants. but do know the restaurants are only open for takeout.
What will you try?
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