When I am not pursuing my acting, filmmaking/editing dreams or running my non-profit (bio), I'm just a girl who wants to get out and explore this amazing city.  Living on a tiny budget is my reality, but I never let that hold me back from having fun!  I am always looking for things to do that don't break the bank or offer a new perspective of LA.  Join me and discover LA on the cheap. 


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Barnsdall Art Park

June 27, 2018

Why I Love It

A breather from the busy life of Silverlake . This park is incredibly unique with some great history. It's my place to relax and take in a direct view of Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign. If you want more than a spot to picnic and take in the views, you can walk over to the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, take some time to learn a little LA history, tour the Hollyhock house, take some art classes, and maybe even go to a wine tasting. Barnsdall Art Park is located on Olive Hill in the East Hollywood area of Los Angeles. 



Visiting on a Monday? There is a Farmer's Market you can enjoy, too. The downside is a lot of the free parking is taken on Monday. The entrance is easy to pass by so go slow as you get nearer the address of 4800 Hollywood Blvd.  I tend to stop by my favorite little Tex Mex spot down the street for some great little tacos and add them to my basket. 

More info: http://barnsdall.org/ 












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