Hey there, Coco Crew! Looking for a family-friendly Easter break that’s filled with fun activities as hip and happening as you are? Look no further than West Hollywood! This vibrant neighborhood is packed with hotels, museums, and attractions that cater to families with young children, making it the perfect spot for a fun-filled family adventure.
So grab your loved ones, pack your bags, and get ready to experience the best Easter break ever in the heart of LA’s coolest neighborhood. Not sure where to start? Check out this guide below.
Located in close proximity to the city centre, 1 Hotel West Hollywood is perfect for families who are looking for a relaxing holiday along the sunset strip. The hotel offers a free area shuttle which allows visitors to explore the neighbourhood hassle free. Additional beds or cots are available on request (surcharge applicable) upon booking to ensure that everyone has a comfortable stay.
Popular family favourite, The Charlie Hotel features individually furnished rooms that come complete with amenities including a fully-equipped kitchen, in-unit laundry facilities, hypo-allergenic bedding and blackout curtains to ensure the little ones get a good rest. Extra beds and cots are also available to guests upon request (surcharge applicable). To give the parents a quick break, the hotel offers in-room childcare services at an additional charge.
Parks And Museums
If you’re planning some fun Easter activities for the whole family in West Hollywood, the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures won’t disappoint.
Offering free general admission for children under 17, the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is a must-visit attraction when in West Hollywood. Walk through the immersive and awe-inspiring exhibits which feature the creation process of some of the most iconic Hollywood films. The museum also offers family-friendly programming such as drop-in workshops on the first three Saturdays of each month. Suitable for families with children aged two and up, all workshops are free with museum admission and available on a first come first serve basis.
Workshops range from art-making, to hands-on experiences with movie making equipment. Visitors can also catch the Family Matinees which feature family-friendly films every Saturday at 11 am.
With a large children’s play area, Plummer Park is the perfect spot for families looking for some outdoor fun. The park houses a tennis court and a basketball court as well for those who might be looking to get some exercise in. Every Monday, visitors can check out the Helen Albert Certified Farmers’ Market for organic produce, good food and live music.
Food and Beverage
Seeking to make a lasting impression, Carney’s Restaurant opened in 1975, built out of an Old Pacific Railroad train. The family-owned restaurant has an extensive menu of different hot dogs and burgers. The food, coupled with the unique set up, makes for a great family-friendly addition to the itinerary.