Griffith Park, in the eastern piece of the Santa Monica Mountains, and covering a territory of 4,210 sections of land, is the biggest state stop in California. The recreation center is home to the Los Angeles Zoo, the Griffith Observatory, a planetarium, a Greek theater, a riding focus made for the 1984 Olympic Games, greens, tennis courts, climbing trails, and different attractions. Strolling trails and grand drives through the mountains offer perspectives over the city and beyond.
The Griffith Observatory is one of the city's most intriguing background based attractions, and it's all allowed to general society. On the grounds are displays and telescopes. Likewise on location are sun-powered telescopes utilized for survey the sun. The primary feature is a look through the Zeiss telescope, utilized for survey the moon and planets.