6 Instagrammable places in Los Angeles

At the moment, Instagram is booming with new content from all over the world. If you looking for cute spots in Los Angeles to take pictures, you are right here! I’ll share with you the most Instagrammable places!

1. Melrose Ave 

IMG_11268221 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood

Outside of the Paul Smith Store is the Pink wall. Each day, there are countless people who want’s to take a picture in front of it. My tip to avoid the crowd: come in the morning and bring some time to wait with you. Unfortunately, it applies to the following spots as well.

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What a cute location! When I did my research about great places in Los Angeles, I also found the Rainbows wall. But in the photos of the people weren’t the flowers. I guess it’s new and I really like it. In total there are three rainbows. A really small one, this one (perfect for a picture) and a bigger one. Furthermore there is a big peace sign, a heart and some flowers in the same style. So you will definitely get a great photo there!

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If you visit Los Angeles don’t forget to take a picture with a wings wall. In LA are several locations for that. It’s right at the street and people will wait until you’re done. So be prepared that people will watch.

2. LACMA

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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is a great places for taking photos. You can visit that spots daytime or in the night. It’s free because the LACMA lights are outside of the museum.

3. Beverly Hills

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For this picture I don’t have an address because my sister and me just walked around the Beverly Hills streets. Before the trip, I wanted to take a photo on palm trees street like every other Instagramer but sometimes it’s good to find new spots and don’t share pictures like everyone else.

295 N Rodeo Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

After Beverly Hills, we decides to go to the Rodeo Drive. The shopping Street with really expensive brands, like Armani, Chanel, Micheal Kors and many more. Fortuitously, we discovered the Louis Vuitton Museum. First, we wasn’t sure, if we can go in but it’s a free Museum and it’s so colorful. So if you like Fashion and bags, check it out. Only looking doesn’t cost anything.

4. The Last Bookstore

IMG_1134453 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

If you like books you should check out the last bookstore in Downtown. Besides reading you can take pictures there. Use the stairs to go up and there we go. Find the perfect angle and start your Instagram Business.

5. Grand Central Market

fullsizeoutput_20a7317 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Let’s walk around the market! We found a great light wall in the entrance. Nobody was there besides the seller and some people. So we could take our time for taking photos.

6. The Broad Museum

fullsizeoutput_20a5221 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

One of the best spots for me in Los Angeles is the Infinity Mirror room in the broad museum. My tip is to get a ticket weeks before the visit. It’s free but there will be many people. So come either just before the museum opens or half an hour before it closed.

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Not only the Infinity Mirror is interesting to see in the museum. I also liked the American Sign. It’s definite worth it to look around what the museum offers you. If you like art, you’re right here.

So that was my 6 Instagramable places in Los Angeles. I hope you liked my list. I know there are many more great places to visit in LA and I’ll share some spots that you should visit there in the next post. Stay tunes! 😉

Best,

Saskia ❤

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