What to do at and Near Los Angeles International Airport

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Visit IN-N-OUTYou can visit this outlet in Southern California for an incredibly restrictive burger menu. Its approximately five minutes down the streets and it would be better to walk there than take an uber.
Visit Sand Dune ParkLocated in Manhattan Beach, Sand Dune Park gets its name from the 100-foot high sand dune that the park was built around. There is a merry go round for kids and a play area so both adults and kids got their package of exploration.
Visit Automobile Driving MuseumOnly 10 minutes away from LAX, the Automobile Driving Museum is a must-see for any car enthusiast. Home to over 130 cars, the museum dedicates itself to preserving, maintaining, and of course driving these antique cars.
Visit the Roundhouse AquariumSo close to the airport, you can visit this aquarium together with a trip to downtown Manhattan beach. The aquarium is primarily educating the public
Visit Veterans ParkwayFor a walk, Veterans Parkway is 3.75 miles long and runs parallel to Hermosa Beach and Manhattan beach. The path used to be train tracks from the 1800s running from El Segundo to Redondo Beach.
Visit Polliwog ParkPolliwog Park is about 20 minutes away from LAX located in Manhattan Beach and is the largest park in the southern part of the city, proudly boasting 18 acres for you to explore. It consists of an Amphitheatre, a pond, a botanical garden, and plenty of play area. 
Visit Arclight cinemas-Beach city locationIf you want a fancy movie experience for a decently affordable price, look no further, Arclight cinema is the place to go.
Visit El Segundo BeachThe best part about El Segundo beach is that if you during the week, you basically have the beach to yourself. It’s a big beach with plenty of parking space and because it’s so chill, it’s easy to get out in a timely manner.
Visit Redondo Beach for Sportfishing and Whale watchingBeing a beach city, LA offers many ocean-related sports and activities. There is a fishing center way closer to LAX in Redondo Beach. Redondo Beach Sportfishing and Whale Watch offers exactly what the name suggests
Explore Venice BoardwalkTo the northwest of LAX lies Marina Del Rey and Venice and is about half an hour commute from the airport. Venice Beach Boardwalk is a mile and a half of different vendors, street performers, and of course the beach. In addition, there are plenty of sports bars, skateboard parks, and rentable skateboards.
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