Visiting the Venice Beach Boardwalk

Perhaps you are looking forward to visiting LA. And undoubtedly, this trip would be incomplete without reaching the Venice Beach Boardwalk. Whether you need a palm and tarot reader, performance artists, buskers and bodybuilders, street hustlers, or even sand sculptors and collage artists, this place is your ultimate haven. 

On the east side of the boardwalk, you will find knick-knack shops, restaurants, and residences. How about you turn your head to the opposite side where locals assemble to listen to conspiracy logicians, weird fortune-tellers, or see polished performances from artists? Interestingly, you will hardly walk out without someone hitting you for tips. Well, be cautious while here. While this place is safe and fun, different people have different agendas. 

A glimpse at a guy walking on glass, the chainsaw conjuror, or a turban-wearing roller skater with an impressive electric guitar, will be quite appealing. Or would you prefer seeing that man who has gold-paint from head to toe? Well, such will also be the time for you to take a look at the local escape artist. 

Better still, you would appreciate going to the tattoo parlor, piercing shop, or even get an LA souvenir. Besides, you could choose to join an impromptu dance circle, the SoCal vibe, or hang out on the beach. Various places will be at your disposal if you need to enjoy lunch al fresco. 

Undoubtedly, we have instances when you want to be active. Vernice Beach Boardwalk is rich in places where you can go surfing, swimming, bodybuilding, handball, or basketball. You will be free to watch pick-up games of streetball in the bleachers too. Besides, here is where you will get Gold’s Gym, where Arnold Schwarzenegger was discovered back then. 

The Ocean Front Walk is one of the most exciting sites in Venice. However, the Venice canals are reasonably famous here too. This neighborhood prides itself on picturesque and pricey houses. The canals come with arched bridges as well as impressive LA photo-ops. For these reasons, the district is now registered under the National Register of Historic Places. 

Are you a fan of architecture? Perhaps it would be hard for you to overlook the Binoculars Building. It was previously called Chiat/Day Building and is one of the most notable works of Frank Gehry. One vital element that distinguishes this building is its oversized sculpture of black yet impressive binoculars. Claus Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen played a crucial role in creating it. However, it is currently home to Google. 

Nothing beats the satisfaction that comes with shopping. Well, Abbot Kinney Boulevard is one of the most notable shopping destinations here. You will find it between North Venice Boulevard and Main Street. Whether you are looking for home décor solutions, handmade furniture stores, surf shops, perfumeries, vintage clothing sellers, or even bookstores, this will be the right place for you. Further, you will learn that it was a favorite hangout spot for artists and hipsters. In this light, it still maintains its underground vibe despite catering for a well-to-do clientele. 

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