8 Things To Do In Los Angeles That Won't Hurt Your Bank Account

Here's how to keep your expenses low after you've booked your ticket.
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We’re not going to pretend that you won’t need thousands of pesos to visit a place like Los Angeles, California. U.S. destinations are far from affordable, and we know that. Half the work is coming up with the money to pay for your ticket; the other half is figuring out a budget for when you actually get there. That’s why we came up with a few places you can check out to keep your expenses low:

1. Stroll around Santa Monica Boardwalk.

Cost: FREE

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2. Admire the skies at the Griffith Observatory.

Cost: Admission to the Observatory’s buildings and telescopes are FREE, but you’ll have to pay for specific shows (optional) as well as parking.

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3. Immerse yourself in Latin American culture at Olvera Street.

Cost: FREE

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4. Take a yoga class at Runyon Canyon.

Cost: Usually FREE, but donations are welcome

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5. Head over to the Getty Villa.

Cost: FREE, but parking costs $15 (P750)

6. Check out contemporary art at The Broad.

Cost: FREE, but a reservation is recommended

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7. Take your next profile picture in Bradbury Building.

Cost: FREE

8. Learn about history at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust.

Cost: FREE

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