USC is known for its prime location in LA, this means when your parents come to visit, there’s tons to do with the fam around the city. Are you stuck wondering where to take them or what to show them? Don’t worry! Keep reading for 7 things to do with your parents in Los Angeles.
1. Spend a day at Disneyland Resort.
Getting away from campus every now and again allows you to momentarily forget the responsibilities that you have. Therefore, heading over to Disneyland is well worth the pricey tickets, especially if you’re with the family!
2. Laugh your heads off at the UCB theater.
Looking for a good laugh? After a hectic and packed day revolving around all the activities the campus has to offer both parents and students, you’re probably longing for a chill night hanging back with the family. UCB theater offers a comic night of improv with the family!
3. Enjoy a picnic in the Exposition Park Rose Garden.
Right outside USC is Exposition Park. Here, you can head on over for a relaxing stroll or a picnic with the family!
4. Support local artists during the LA Downtown Art Walk.
Something to keep note of is that on every 2nd Thursday of each month, restaurants, bars and shops involving local artist open up, where students and their parents should take the opportunity to visit Downtown LA and experience what the art walk has to offer.
5. Enjoy great food while watching a classic at the Street Food Cinema.
As one of LA’s biggest outdoor movie theaters, street food cinema is definitely somewhere you need visit with the family! Who wouldn’t look forward to a night of music, movies and food?
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6. Have some of the best food in Little Tokyo!
Either walking along Little Tokyo or visiting one of the many restaurants in this area is something to look forward to! If you’re on a budget and not looking to spend a ton of money, Little Tokyo offers good food and knick knacks!
7. Explore Chinatown.
You’ve probably seen Chinatown in the movies, so why not actually visit Chinatown with your family either for lunch or dinner, or to experience a rich Chinese culture!