Best Things To Do Right Around LAX
At LAX with a couple hours to spare? Here are Puff Parcels’ staff recommendations for quick and cool things to do right around LAX airport:
1. Hop on a free hotel shuttle bus
Why mess with a car service to who knows where? Plus most drivers won’t accept such a short fare from the airport. Instead, jump on a free hotel shuttle bus and enjoy a drink or a meal at one of LAX’s many excellent hotel restaurants (we especially recommend the main Marriott and Hilton hotels). Most LAX hotels have outdoor pools and some offer day passes for pool and gym access. Why not go for a quick swim in the sunshine? While you’re enjoying yourself, make sure to check out the Puff Parcels cannabis menu online and we will deliver to your hotel pronto (fastest delivery to the main Marriott and Hilton hotels). Our vehicles are waiting with premium legal CA cannabis products to serve you at all LAX hotels!
2. Hop on a free airport shuttle bus to In-N-Out
In-N-Out is LA’s iconic burger joint – always fresh, never frozen! The LAX airport In-N-Out is perhaps the burger joint’s most famous location of all, where every year thousands of obsessed plane spotters flock to watch massive jumbo jets take off and land at close range. Order a double-double protein-style with grilled onions, animal-style fries and an Arnold Palmer, and you will fit right in with the locals. Right next to In-N-Out is the Parking Spot Sepulveda lot with a free shuttle bus service, but you didn’t hear it from us.
3. Visit the Westchester Golf Course
Take a short car service to Westchester GC, an 18-hole, par-64 golf course located just north of LAX. This well-maintained course is lit at night and is open daily until 10 PM. You won’t have time for 18 holes but you could hit a bucket of balls at the newly renovated driving range!
4. Visit the Flight Path Museum
Located in the LAX Imperial Terminal, this aviation museum and hands-on learning environment is a great place to spend some time. Exhibits include: Commercial Aviation History with scale models and decades of artifacts; the history of LAX; flight crew uniforms; the Flying Tigers, a DC-3 on loan from the California Science Center; and a retired ARFF (Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting) truck used at LAX. The Space Exploration Exhibit spotlights the history and development of space flight. Serious aviation buffs might want to plan for some time in the Aviation Library, with its collection of aviation and aerospace books, technical manuals and other interesting publications.