Spring has sprung, and you don’t need to be enrolled in school to take advantage! Whether you’re laying out at the beach or wandering around a museum, Spring Break in Los Angeles can mean different things to different people.
So to help you plan, we’ve collected some of our favorite “Spreak” activities. From sipping on wine to frolicking through flowers, your next great adventure is just around the corner!
1. Explore The Joshua Tree National Park & Surrounding Areas
Whether you’re heading out with friends, kids, or embarking on a solo trip, the weather is finally starting to get perfect for a Joshua Tree vacation!
Bring the tent for some overnight camping, pack your boots for hiking, check out the stunning Noah Purifoy’s Outdoor Art Museum, or take a trip through the Old West at Pioneertown!
2. Go On A Whale Watching Tour That’s Mindful Of Protecting Marine Wildlife
There’s plenty of whale watching tours along the beaches of California, but Newport Landing is a particularly notable spot.
Protecting the wildlife and their habitat is crucial while touring, and Newport Landing does their watching in a massive marine protected park. Get that once-in-a-lifetime shot of a whale tail while knowing the animals are thriving in a rich ecosystem—more info is available here!
3. Stroll Through The Most Iconic Museums In LA For Free
Everyone knows Spring Break is a great time for the beach, but spending some time at the museum is another great way to enjoy your time off (especially when admission is free).
Fortunately places like the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the Museum Of Latin American Art (MOLAA), and many more will let visitors in for free on select days—learn more here!
4. Traipse, Frolic, & Romp Through Fields Of Wildflowers
What’s springtime without some stunning blossoms after the winter chill? SoCal super blooms are officially here, and you can see fabulous fields of flowers all over the state.
If you do head out on a super bloom adventure, just be sure to be mindful of the plant life and protect these multicolored marvels! Learn more about California super blooms and tips on protecting the flowers here.
5. Clink The Pink Drink At Rosé Bowl 2023
Sip on 40 different wines, snack on gourmet food, and listen to live music at this year’s Rosé Bowl!
Back on the Pasadena Rose Bowl field, the one-day-only wine festival lets you soak up the sun in the best way possible: with a glass of wine in your hand. The party’s getting started on April 15, and you can learn more here!
Spring Break Is Here & Adventure Is Calling
Now that Los Angeles is warming up, it’s shaping up to be a Spring Break for the books! Whether you’re spotting whales at Newport Landing or sampling wines at Rosé Bowl, you don’t have to travel far for a good time.
See more: Learn more about the rosé festival at the Rose Bowl Stadium here!