Good Times Travel
17132 Magnolia St., Fountain Valley, CA 92708
This new downtown L.A. experience features four fun and unique destinations providing for a day full of eclectic art, exotic cuisine, an eccentric bookstore and an historic experience! Enjoy time at leisure exploring The Broad, the $140 million contemporary art museum financed by billionaire philanthropists and art collectors Eli and Edythe Broad. This repository for some of the most expensive artwork on the planet – most of it from the Broads’ personal collection of over 2,000 pieces – is one of the most prominent holdings of contemporary art worldwide and includes pieces by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. With only 250 pieces on display at any one time, each visit here presents new opportunities to question, debate and appreciate. We continue to Grand Central Market, the legendary landmark that brings together the exotic cuisines and cultures of L.A. Enjoy lunch on your own, as well as an included ice cream treat, at this 106-year-old downtown landmark. We’ll take a ride on historic Angels Flight Railway, the world’s shortest railway. This L.A. Historic-Cultural Landmark since 1962 originally opened in 1901. It’s estimated the recently restored, 122-year-old funicular has given more than 100 million rides to the top of Bunker Hill on its hillside track! We’ll top off the day with a visit to The Last Bookstore, the largest new and used bookstore in California! This iconic, 22,000 square foot book emporium features a record store, comic bookstore, 5 art studios, an epic yarn shop, a famous book tunnel, a mammoth head, a variety of unexpected nooks of funkiness and tons of books…tons. Oh, and it’s all housed in a 100-year-old bank building, so there are vaults and perhaps even ghosts! In the rare event that Angels Flight is not operating, we will instead visit another iconic site.
To ensure a healthy and enjoyable travel experience for our guests, this tour will operate with additional health and safety measures in place.
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