Things To Do Around Banc Of California Stadium

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This year's KIIS FM Wango Tango by AT&T will officially be held at the Banc of California Stadium in Downtown Los Angeles on June 2nd, 2018! This stadium happens to be located right next to the University of Southern California and in the midst of Exposition Park which contains a multitude of attractions all around it. Looking for things to do before the show starts? Look no further, we've got you covered with some places to hit to ensure your day leading up to the show will be far from boring. 

#1: Exposition Park Rose Garden 

If you're looking for the perfect location to get your next Instagram selfie, the Exposition Park Rose Garden located at 3990 Menlo AveLos Angeles, CA 90037 is definitely the place to check out. This beautiful garden has been around since 1915, where it started as a sunken garden and soon became a beautiful rose garden when over 100 types of roses were planted in 1927. If you're looking for a quiet afternoon, this is the best place to sit back and relax before the night time festivities.

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#2: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

If you're looking for something that is a bit more of walking around and has a ton of things to look at, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is perfect! This museum has been around since November of 1913 and includes a ton of awesome exhibits, food, and more. Check it out at 900 Exposition BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90007.  

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#3: Lucas Museum of Narrative Art

If you're a Star Wars fan, you will go crazy over this museum. Designed by a man named Ma Yansong, this museum offers the art of storytelling containing multiple items to check out, including an original Darth Vader mask. It also contains illustrations by Robert Crumb, and paintings by Norman Rockwell making it a super awesome experience for anyone visiting. If you're interested, check this museum out at 3800 S Vermont AveLos Angeles, CA 90037. 

#4: California Science Center

The California Science Center is the perfect place to get your brain going before hitting the venue for the show. This free museum offers 10 exhibits with a ton of places within each exhibit to explore, learn, and participate in hands-on activities about all things science. Find this awesome science center located at 700 Exposition Park DriveLos Angeles, CA 90037. 

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#5: Jesse Brewer Jr. Park

Lastly, if you're looking for another chill place to just unwind before dancing all night, the Jesse Brewer Jr. Park is a gorgeous park to check out. There's a playground and animal structures, making it the best place to take little kids, brothers, or sisters. Visit this park at 3777 Menlo Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007. 

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