Griffith Park

The country’s largest municipal park, the 4,210-acre Griffith Park is a must for nature lovers, the perfect spot for respite from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding urban areas. Plants and animals native to Southern California can be found within the park’s borders, including deer, coyotes, and even a reclusive mountain lion. Bronson Canyon (where the Batcave from the 1960s Batman TV series is located) and Crystal Springs are favorite picnic spots.

The park is named after Colonel Griffith J. Griffith, a mining tycoon who donated 3,000 acres to the city in 1896. As you might expect, the park has been used as a film and television location for at least a century. Here you’ll find the Griffith Observatory, the Los Angeles Zoo, the Greek Theater, two golf courses, hiking and bridle trails, a swimming pool, a merry-go-round, and an outdoor train museum.

Business Hour

Mon - Sun: 5 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Driving Direction

Driving:Driving on 5 road, from Los Feliz Boulevard off to communication way,direct driving to Zoo Drive,the entrance of Griffith Park.Driving On the east side of 134 highway, from Forest Lawn Drive or Victory Boulevard off to communication way.

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