Most Instagrammable Places in LA
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Capture "The City of Angels" with the Most Instagrammable Spots in Los Angeles


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If you're looking to get your social media followers California dreaming, then check out these Instagram-worthy places in Los Angeles for the best photo opportunities! Seize these photo ops to give your followers something refreshingly new on their Instagram feed by exploring the most Instagrammable places in LA!

If you want to stand out from other bloggers, avoid popular Instagram spots such as Hollywood Boulevard, the Hollywood Sign, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and Disneyland (unless of course, you're a big Disney fan!). There are plenty of other photo spots in the City of Angels that can serve as great backdrops for the ultimate Insta pics and selfies, such as places in the LA Arts District and West Hollywood. You'll also get to cross exploring LA off your bucket list!

13 Most Instagrammable Places in LA

1. Micheltorena Stairs

Address: 3400 Sunset Blvd

Known as the "Secret Stairs" on Sunset Boulevard, the Micheltorena Stairs were painted by artist Corinne Carey who actually painted the steps at night so that she wouldn't get caught illegally painting the public property. She distinctly painted the steps in hopes that her street art would change the atmosphere of the area that was once riddled with homelessness and violence.

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2. Griffith Observatory

Address: 2800 E Observatory Rd

A popular Southern California attraction, the observatory is situated in Griffith Park and bares the vastly magnificent sights of downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, and the Pacific Ocean from its observation deck. You'll get the best Instagram photos with the city views behind you, a great way to show your followers the beauty of the city.

3. Nobu Malibu

Address: 22706 Pacific Coast Hwy

If you're a foodie influencer, then check out this fancy, water-front restaurant. Its classy atmosphere has its customers dressing their best to come eat, so you can see why this would be a great place to have a photoshoot.

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4. Palm Tree-Lined Streets of Beverly Hills

Address: Beverly Hills, California

Get an awesome shot of you in the middle of the famed palm tree-lined streets of Beverly Hills. While catching the craziest angles on the streets, you can also take a picture by the iconic Beverly Hills Sign or explore the city to take advantage of the picturesque hotels such as the Beverly Hills Hotel.

5. The Pink Wall

Address: 8221 Melrose Ave

Located on Melrose Avenue, the famed Pink Wall is known for exactly what its name implies: its unavoidable shade of pink. Done by Paul Smith, the wall makes a great backdrop for the most creative pictures, and you can actually find similar walls such as the Turquoise Wall and the Rainbow Wall on the same street if pink just isn't doing it for you.

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6. Rodeo Drive

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Address: Beverly Hills, California

If you're looking for more fancy and luxurious props and backdrops, then head on out to Rodeo Drive. Lined by a collection of high-end shops and boutiques, this street will make for the perfect lavish photos if that's what you're going for.

7. Santa Monica Pier

?Address: 200 Santa Monica Pier

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The Santa Monica Pier is a boardwalk that leads out to the Santa Monica beach. The boardwalk offers plenty of great angles of the beach for you to use as your background for your pictures, but there's also a ferris wheel and other fun carnival activities and foods to explore and capture.

8. The Getty Center

Address: 1200 Getty Center

This museum is well-known for its architecture, gardens, and city views so you'll have all kinds of photoshoot options to choose from! Document your time in the city by posing near all the unique pieces the Getty Center has to offer.

9. LACMA Urban Lights

?Address: 5905 Wilshire Blvd

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A personal favorite of mine, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents an iconic sculpture that was erected back in 2008. Sculptor Chris Burden took street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s and created a massive grid piece that draws people from all over the world to visit. You can submerge yourself within the lights or capture the vast size of the exhibit outside of the piece.

10. Venice Canals

Address: Abbot Kinney Blvd

Located near the free-spirited Venice Beach, these canals can be found by a simple Google Maps search. This historical district is perfect for unique photo opportunities, as many normally head to the beach to check out all the bustling action on the boardwalks.

11. The Last Bookstore

Address: 453 S Spring St

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This is no ordinary bookstore, with sculptures and interesting book displays all around to take pictures by. It also serves as an art gallery statement to shape how people view books and the act of reading. There's an awesome tunnel made completely of books that's definitely worth a shot!

12. Bradbury Building

Address: 304 S Broadway

This historical and architectural landmark in downtown LA is the oldest commercial building remaining in the central city. As one of LA's prized gems, many come to take pictures in its gorgeous hallways that are adorned with ornamented ironwork and detailed carvings.

13. The Broad

Address: 221 S Grand Ave

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This contemporary art museum showcases permanent collection galleries and is only a two-minute walk from the Walt Disney Concert Hall. It offers free general admission, so if you're not trying to spend too much money just to get an awesome Instagram picture, then this is the place to explore.

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