November in Los Angeles is when it finally feels like fall in LA. It’s finally chilly in LA but still warm enough for outdoor activities. Check out the Top 5 Things to Do in Los Angeles in November.
Top 5 Things to Do in Los Angeles in November
01. Things to Do in Los Angeles in November: Dine at Mamá por Dios on Día de Los Muertos
Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday. Mamá por Dios is a Mexican gourmet restaurant where you can celebrate every moment to the sound of live Mariachi or enjoy a shot to the beats of a great DJ.
02. Things to Do in Los Angeles in November: Discover The Marina Del Rey Hotel
The newly reimagined Marina Del Rey Hotel is the ultimate embodiment of the SoCal way of life. Grab a bite or drink at the on-site restaurant. Or simply lounge poolside or enjoy lawn games.
03. Visit a National Park on Veterans Day
On Veterans Day, pack for a road trip for the day and spend the day at one of the beautiful National Parks near Los Angeles. The National Parks are offering free additional to all visitors on November 11th in honor of Veterans Day. Visit Joshua Tree or head over to Yosemite.
Insider tip: Free days are a saver but super crowded.
04. Things to Do in Los Angeles in November: Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden
LA Arboretum is located at the base of the San Gabriel mountains. The LA Arboretum is a great place to experience a New England-like fall scenery in Southern California. It is 127 acres of trees and plants from all over the world, the Arboretum produces a brilliant display of colors with peacocks roaming around everywhere.
05. Things to Do in Los Angeles in November: Malibu Bike Rides
What sounds better than taking a scenic bike ride that ends with wine? It’s an electric bike so you wouldn’t spend all of your energy on the bike and will still enjoy the view and wine.
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What do you have planned for this November? Share with us in the comments. Thanks for reading.
This blog post, Top 5 Things to Do in Los Angeles in November, was originally published on October 26, 2020, and updated on October 21, 2022.