Festival of Lights and Winnie the Pooh: How to spend a weekend in Los Angeles (December 9-11)

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What: The Butterfly Pavilion at the Museum of Natural History< /p>

When: Friday-Sunday, December 9-11

Where:Natural History Museum Exposition Park 900 Exposition Blvd Los Angeles 90007

More:Visitors will be able to see more than 30 species of butterflies and moths among a variety of California plants. The seasonal outdoor exhibition will allow adults and children to observe nature up close and play with charming butterflies.

The main insect activity time is 10:00 – 11:00.

Price: $8-15

 

What: Festival of Lights

When: Friday-Sunday, December 9-11

Where: The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa 3649 Mission Inn Ave Riverside 92501

Read more: The stunningly beautiful Mission Inn in Riverside shines with 4.5 million twinkling lights during the festive season during the annual Festival of Lights. In addition, guests will find more than 400 animated figures. Come and enjoy the holiday.

Price: Free

 

What: Light show at Descanso Gardens

Festival of Lights and Winnie the Pooh : How to spend a weekend in Los Angeles (December 9-11)

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When: Friday-Sunday, December 9-11

Where: Descanso Gardens 1418 Descanso Dr La Cañada Flintridge 91011

More: From November 20 to January 8, one of the best parks in Los Angeles, Descanso Gardens, is open to visitors after dark to please their mesmerizing interactive light show.

The performance includes 10 full-scale light installations placed on a one kilometer long track. We advise you to save one hour for an evening walk in the park.

The kids will love the light show. Adults can plan a romantic date and dinner overlooking the sparkling trees at the Maple Restaurant. The institution is located on the territory of the park, which changed its opening hours for the period of the exhibition and treats visitors at night.

Tickets for a certain day should be booked in advance, but you should check the time of the show on the website in advance.

Cost: $34-40

 

What: Winnie the Pooh in Los Angeles

Festival of Lights and Winnie the Pooh: How to spend a weekend in LA (December 9-11)

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When: Friday-Sunday, December 9-11

Where: Kirk Douglas Theater 9820 W Washington Blvd Los Angeles

More: This absolutely adorable musical adaptation of Winnie the Pooh will take you back to your childhood. Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Piglet, Owl, Tigger and Pooh will take the stage as life-size toys that look like Disney animated versions.

Price: $35-99< /p>

 

What: Tequila tasting

When: Saturday , December 10, from 4:30 pm

Where: The North End • Hollywood 6423 Yucca Street Los Angeles, CA 90028

More: < /b>At this tasting you will have the opportunity to taste 4 types of the most popular tequila, including a rare top quality. All drinks are included in the ticket price, so you just have to come and enjoy.

Price: From $55

 

< b>What:Rose Bowl Flea Market

When: Sunday, December 11, from 09:00

< p>Where: Rose Bowl Stadium 1001 Rose Bowl Drive Pasadena, CA 91103

More:The world famous Rose Bowl Flea Market takes place on the second Sunday of every month. Come shopping – more than 2500 vendors are waiting for you. They have a variety of goods in store for you from antiques to rare vintage finds and the latest trends.

Price: $12-20

 

< p>What: A walk through the maze and garden

When: Sunday, December 11, from 13:00

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Where: Peace Awareness Labyrinth 3500 W Adams Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90018

More: This event is a great option for those who don't only carelessly stroll, but also work with your brains to get out of the maze. In addition, visitors can enjoy a meditation garden with sounds of nature and a tour of the mansion.

Price: $6

 

In addition, Look for interesting events for each day of the week in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends. Before visiting, check the organizers' websites for details and venues, as they may change.

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