June 27th 2008 02:15
The Griffith Observatory of Los Angeles is a beloved icon of the city and world leader in public astronomy since 1935.
Over the years, the observatory has proved to be a popular attraction with millions of visitors passing through its doors for the opportunity to become observers of our universe whether it be gazing out towards the coast and the heavens through the powerful telescopes or to watch the brilliant live planetarium shows on offer.
Griffith Observatory closed its doors in 2002 for its first comprehensive renovation and expansion to renew its world-class standing.
Open six days a week (Closed Mondays)
Tues-Fri: Noon - 10:00pm
Sat-Sun: 10:00am - 10:00pm
2800 E. Observatory Rd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90027.
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