Attractions Near the Commerce Casino


Heading to the Commerce Casino during your next trip to California? As an established and well-known vacation destination and the world’s largest card casino, we’d like to welcome you to the area and look forward to providing an entertaining experience. While you’re here, you might be interested in other places to visit in Los Angeles or things to do near the Commerce Casino.

When you visit the Commerce Casino, you are within reach of multiple Orange County and LA attractions. From theme parks and professional sporting events to museums and the performing arts, there are multiple world-class destinations within a short distance. In addition, Southern California is home to Hollywood and all the movie-industry glamour and celebrity sightings you can imagine.



Wondering what to do in Los Angeles when you’re not spending time and winning big at the Commerce Casino? Check out these opportunities to squeeze in a little sightseeing with places to visit in Los Angeles.

    • Venice Boardwalk- Different from the Venice Canals Walkway, the Venice Boardwalk is known for its thrills. Filled with palm readers, sand sculptors, fortune tellers and artists, the Venice Boardwalk is a cultural staple that should be a part of any visit to the Los Angeles area.
    • Griffith Observatory- The Griffith Observatory is a large scale planetarium and world-class telescope with free admission and easy access to multiple walking trails. Known as one of the most popular attractions in Southern California, the Griffith Observatory is located on the southern end of Mount Hollywood. The planetarium offers shows throughout the year and the park has numerous hiking trails with spectacular views of LA.
    • Venice Canals Walkway- Developed over a century ago by Abbot Kinney, the Venice Canals Walkway is known as the Venice of America. This exquisite path features canals filled with rowboats and kayaks, Italian-inspired gardens with rosemary, incense and lavender, and old-style architecture. A walking-only zone, the Venice Canals Walkway offers a break from the hustle of downtown Los Angeles and a truly inspiring escape from reality.
    • Point Fermin Lighthouse- Originally built in 1874, the Point Fermin Lighthouse has been shining light onto the San Pedro Bay for more than 100 years. This Victorian-style lighthouse features a gabled roof, decorative design and hand-carved railings. Its museum offers a look into the past and allows visitors to understand the importance lighthouses once brought to society.
    • Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area- Looking for a natural escape into nature? The Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area features more than 208 acres that include five miles of hiking trails, natural lotus ponds, soccer fields, a Japanese garden and breathtaking views of the city.

Activities, Thrills and Other LA Attractions


If raising your heart rate and trying something new is on your agenda for your next trip or you’re just looking for an opportunity to get away from reality, you’ll want to pay attention to these things to do near the Commerce Casino.

    • iFLY Hollywood Indoor Skydiving- If you’ve always wanted to skydive but haven’t worked up the nerve to jump out of a plane, indoor skydiving might be right up your ally. iFLY Hollywood Indoor Skydiving offers adrenaline junkies the chance to experience the rush of a freefall with the help of a vertical wind tunnel. No parachute or jump necessary, just thrills ready to be experienced.
    • Universal Studios Hollywood- Universal Studios Hollywood combines the best of an amusement park with a Hollywood theme. Featuring some of the most well-regarded shops and boutiques in the area, movie-themed rides and attractions, and world-class dining, Universal Studios offers a more adult-like alternative to the traditional Disneyland experience.
    • Events at the Staples Center- The home to four professional sports franchises – The Los Angeles Clippers, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Los Angeles Kings and the Los Angeles Spark – there’s never a lack of action at the Staples Center. However, in addition to sports, the venue hosts epic concerts, shows and interactive family experiences. Entertainers including Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift, The Rolling Stones, U2 and more have performed live at the complex. Each year, the Staples Center hosts over 250 events – check out the lineup the next time you visit the Commerce Casino.
    • Disneyland- Whether you’re traveling with your family, on a getaway with your spouse or want a day out with friends, Disney’s magic shows no generational limitations. This is evidenced by a trip to Disneyland. Located in the heart of Anaheim, just outside of Los Angeles, Disneyland Resort features Downtown Disney, filled with shops and dining delicacies; Disney’s California Adventure Park, with a boardwalk feel that’s a throwback to the golden days; and the original Disneyland Park with Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Can’t decide where to start? Check out park hopper options that allow for multiple parks in a single day. Take the time to map out your experience in advance and take advantage of Disney’s Fast Pass program to avoid long waits. Visiting without kids? Don’t miss out on after-dark, nightlife experiences and fine dining within each of the parks.

Professional Sporting Events


Are you a professional sports fan? You’ve come to the right place. Check out these things to do in LA to see your favorite athletes in action while injecting a little thrill into your visit.

    • Los Angeles Clippers- The NBA’s Clippers call Los Angeles – specifically the Staples Center – home. Having made it to the playoffs three times in the last eight seasons and taking the division championship in 2014, the Los Angeles Clippers are known for their ongoing rivalry with the Lakers, high-energy fans and fast-paced games. For a sports enthusiast, Clippers games are a must.
    • Los Angeles Dodgers- Sometimes a day at the ballpark is essential for enjoying a trip; this is just as true in Los Angeles as any other American city. If this describes your ideal day, consider checking out an LA Dodgers games. Established in 1883 as the Brooklyn Dodgers in New York, the team moved to Los Angeles in 1958. The team calls Dodger Stadium – the third-oldest MLB ball park in America – home. They’ve clenched six World Series titles and 21 National League Pennants.
    • Los Angeles Kings- Members of the NHL since 1966, and calling the Staples Center home, the Los Angeles Kings have been an LA staple for some time. With high-intensity games that answer the need for action, games can be enjoyed throughout the winter season. Who says it has to be hot in Los Angeles?
    • Anaheim Ducks- The Anaheim Ducks are a National Hockey League team that calls the Honda Center in Anaheim home. Founded by The Walt Disney Company in 1993, with the name derived from the film The Mighty Ducks, the Anaheim Ducks are a must-see for hockey fans. Having made the playoffs ten times in just 20 years and claiming the Pacific Division title 3 times, the Ducks have a track record of success.
    • LA Angels- Playing in Anaheim’s Angel Stadium, the LA Angels have been a baseball staple with their current name since 1961. However, the Angels officially became a team in 1892. Beginning each game with “Calling All Angels,” by Train, tradition matters to the franchise. The stadium itself also boasts something a little different with the “California Spectacular,” a rock formation designed to look like a desert mountain.
    • Los Angeles Lakers- Fierce rivals to the Clippers, the Los Angeles Lakers are also resident players in LA’s Staple Center. As one of the most valuable teams in the NBA, the LA Lakers have a rich history of all-star players including Shaquille O’Neil, Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson and more. The team holds the NBA’s longest winning streak – 33 games – and promises excitement for everyone in attendance. Don’t be surprised to run into a few Hollywood A-listers who hold season tickets to home games.
    • Los Angeles Galaxy- Recognized as one of the most decorated soccer clubs in Major League Soccer, the Galaxy plays at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. From 2007-2012, soccer legend David Beckham played for the Galaxy, reigniting a national interest in soccer and bringing the sport back to the mainstream. If you’re looking for something a little different, the Los Angeles Galaxy should be a consideration during your next visit to the Commerce Casino.

Museums, Art and Culture: LA Attractions Near the Commerce Casino


Still not sure what to do in Los Angeles? Want to put some serious time into checking out art, history and landmarks? Check out these notable LA attractions, pick one that appeals to you and set aside some time to explore.

    • The Getty Center- Founded by J. Paul Getty in 1953, the Getty Center began as a small museum housing collections of Roman and Greek antiquities along with European paintings. Today, the center has become a focal point of outdoor works of art and gardens along with collections of pre-20th century paintings, drawings, manuscript illustrations, decorative arts and photographs from around the world. If you’re looking to get lost for a day, this is the place to go.
    • The Nethercutt Collection- Interested in rare collectibles, antiques and automobiles? Look no farther than The Nethercutt Collection. Established by J.B. Nethercutt and known for an impressive collection of more than 250 automobiles from both European and American history – 1898 through 1997 – the museum focuses on maintaining and servicing vehicles to their original condition. It features notable award winners and vehicles previously owned by members of royal families from across the world and home-grown celebrities. The museum is open to the public and charges no admission fees.
    • The GRAMMY Museum- Having debuted in 2008 – in conjunction with the 50th GRAMMY Awards show – The GRAMMY Museum houses more than 30,000 square feet and four floors of exhibition space. It features more than two dozen exhibits that showcase the greatest music celebrated by the GRAMMY Awards. The museum also hosts public and educational programs including lectures, performances and films for the avid music enthusiast.
    • The Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater- Offering three to four performances per night, the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater offers comedic performances including stand up, improvisation, sketch and more. Many notable comedians including Aziz Ansari and Sarah Silverman frequent the club, providing impromptu additions to scheduled performances. Because many shows sell out weeks in advance, a trip to the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater should be scheduled prior to your arrival in Los Angeles. If you’d like to add a little kick to your visit, alcohol can be purchased outside of the theater and brought along for performances.
    • The Huntington- If you don’t have days to spend touring all the art and cultural experiences in Los Angeles, the Huntington could be a great one-stop shop. Featuring the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Garden, there’s something for every taste. The Library features a collection of rare books from American and European history that are sure to appeal to your inner learner. Meanwhile, the Huntington’s Art Collections feature four galleries – three regular and one rotating – known for housing one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of 18th and 19th century French and British art. The Botanical Gardens feature 120 acres and more than a dozen specialized gardens that bring beauty to life.
    • Los Angeles Philharmonic- Affectionately referred to as the LA Phil, the Los Angeles Philharmonic is known for reinventing the concept of a 21st century orchestra. With two venues – the Hollywood Bowl and the Walt Disney Concert Hall – the Los Angeles Philharmonic presents more than 300 concerts each year. The presentations and performances represent a variety of genres with something that’s sure to appeal to your musical taste.

Hollywood “Must Sees” in Los Angeles


When it comes to things to do in Los Angeles, you can’t forget about good old Hollywood and all that comes with it. Don’t miss these must-see attractions.

    • The Hollywood Sign- The Hollywood sign is an established cultural landmark that is near and dear to any American’s heart. Therefore, a trip to LA might not be complete without a visit. Viewable from multiple locations in LA, including the Griffith Observatory, there are other options for catching a glimpse. While the sign cannot be accessed by individual vehicle, shuttles are available along with a variety of walking trails that lead to spectacular views of the sign.
    • Sunset Boulevard- Stretching for more than 22 miles along the Pacific Ocean, Sunset Boulevard is most noted for the portion referred to as the Sunset Strip. A hot spot for nightclubs and restaurants, it’s not unusual to catch a glimpse of a celebrity while enjoying luxuries generally reserved for the rich and famous on this street. Take a stroll to experience it for yourself.
    • Hollywood Walk of Fame- The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a stretch of public sidewalk that covers both Vine Street and Hollywood Boulevard. The sidewalk is lined with stars representing hundreds of celebrities that have been nominated over the years. Free and open to the public year-round, the Walk of Fame offers fans the ability to find their favorite celebrities while enjoying Los Angeles’s natural beauty.
    • Rodeo Drive- Want to check out the best of the 90210 zip code while mingling with celebrity shoppers without a care in the world? Check out Rodeo Drive. Featuring more than 100 world-renowned shops and boutiques, Rodeo Drive spans three city streets filled with high-end fashion. The site has become a tourist mecca for those interested in living the high life for a day or two at a time. If you have a shopping bug to fill, Rodeo Drive should be your first stop.

When you visit the Commerce Casino during your next trip to Los Angeles, you’ll have access to some of the most well-known performances, nightlife options, historical features and art galleries in the world.

Planning your trip to the Los Angeles area? Don’t forget to check out the Commerce Casino, the world’s largest card casino and home to a large variety of card tables, live games, entertainment and dining — all inside a resort-like atmosphere. We look forward to welcoming you and to providing an entertaining, exciting experience.

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