Visitors Bureaus
There are 10 convention and visitors bureaus in Los Angeles County, promoting tourism, which is the County’s third largest industry. Los Angeles is a popular destination not only for its climate – average 70 degrees temperature year-round – but for its beautiful beaches, mountains and deserts. And it is has more than its share of tourist attractions – Hollywood, Rodeo Drive, Catalina Island, Aquarium of the Pacific, Raging Waters, Universal Studios, Magic Mountain, the Rose Parade, and the Los Angeles Zoo, to name just a few.


 
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Public Can Attend Walk of Fame Ceremonies
Hollywood Walk of Fame Star ceremonies on Hollywood and Vine Boulevards are held throughout the year. For information on upcoming ceremonies, check the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce website.


 
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Did You Know?
  • Tourism is the third largest industry.
  • There are three horseracing tracks: Hollywood Park, Pomona Fairplex Park and Santa Anita Park (Arcadia).
  • Theme parks include Universal Studios, Magic Mountain and Raging Waters.
  • The cruise-line industry in Los Angeles/Long Beach is the nation's fourth busiest arrival and departure point for vacations at sea.
  • The average temperature is 70 degrees.
  • LAX is the largest international gateway airport in California.
  • LAX is the No. 1 airport in the world for origins and destinations.
  • L.A. County has eight major professional sports teams: Dodgers, Lakers, Clippers, Sparks, Avengers, Galaxy, Chivas USA and Kings.
  • Car racing fans can have fun at Irwindale Speedway, Pomona Raceway, Los Angeles County Raceway, Long Beach Grand Prix and the NHRA Winternationals.
  • Beaches, mountains, deserts; all within an hour's drive.
 
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