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Best things to do in Montecito Heights, Los Angeles

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Park
“This regional park has a grassy area, a number of trails, and a peaceful, tree-shaded lake with nice spots to sit. Keep climbing and you'll find some really great views of downtown L.A.”
60 locals recommend
History Museum
“Cool museum to check out if you're looking to kill some time in the afternoon.”
25 locals recommend
History Museum
“Vintage Victorian houses and buildings - not what everyone thinks of in LA. ”
22 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Debs Park is one of the best hikes in the city. Start at the Audubon Center and follow the trail around for a great view of the city and some of the cutest pups you'll find. ”
12 locals recommend
History Museum
“Charles Lummis who designed the Southwest Museum designed this house. Worth a visit.”
11 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
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“Informal outfit serving ample Mexican classics, such as tacos, burritos & weekend menudo. ”
10 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Best pizza in LA! They serve everything from thick to thin crust and its walking distance. dont bother going to highland park to get your pizza fix!”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Across the street from La Boheme with play areas, public workout circuit, picnic tables and tons of room for outdoor games, i.e. Frisbee -- or a quick jog.”
6 locals recommend
Route
“Paved bike path along the Arroyo Seco. 2.27 miles. Great short bike ride, ends up in S. Pasadena.”
4 locals recommend
Train Station
“you can drive there, 7 mins and park your car for free on street and jump on the train”
21 locals recommend
Park
“The Arroyo Seco offers over 22 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horse-back riding opportunities. From paved to unpaved paths, flat to steep grades, or meandering trails, its a great walk.”
2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
1 local recommends
Route
“It's never crowded here, and the walks are great -- the butterfly loop when you just want a stroll, and a good climb with a pond when you're up for something more.”
2 locals recommend
Route
“Drive the oldest freeway west of the Mississippi. Thrills around each curve! Experience 5MPH. on & off ramps. Pay attention to the traffic signs. Do not text while driving on this one!”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The newest neighborhood coffee house, this one has a social justice mission. Their smoothies are also pretty delicious.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
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2 locals recommend