It can be hard to find places to go with the whole family without breaking the bank. So when your kids let you know they love a place, you're going to want to go back there again and again (and again). If you find yourself hitting up the same spots, you might as well become a member to enjoy all the perks and discounts that entails (plus the tax write-off). Here are a few of the most affordable and enjoyable places in LA to get memberships for the whole family.
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At first glance, Chinatown feels stuck in time as the rest of the city transforms around it. But the neighborhood has been experiencing a renaissance, exploding with new restaurants and galleries. For parents looking for a fun outing with the fam, Chinatown is a place with sights, sounds, and delicious smells your kids will never forget.
Note: It's been brought to our attention that Happy Place is currently closed due to city zoning issues. Updates to the situation and information for current ticket holders are available on its Instagram page.
Move over Disneyland; there’s a new happiest place on Earth. Following in the exceedingly Instagrammable footsteps of the Museum of Ice Cream, here comes Happy Place, a pop-up art installation with a serious commitment to putting a smile on your face—and a selfie on your phone.
Having a new baby is a blessing. An exhausting, isolating blessing. To remember what a gift it can be, new moms and dads need to get out of the darn house every once and awhile. If you live on the Eastside of Los Angeles, whether it’s Boyle Heights or Echo Park, you’ve got some cool options to catch your breath with baby in tow. Here are a few of the best spots to get some hang time in with your mini-me.