Do you live in Los Angeles? Do you want to boost your Instagram popularity? Try out these popular spots often frequented by Youtubers and bloggers. Guaranteed you’ll get a whole lot of likes!

1. The Piece Collective

This adorable little curated gift shop on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice has been all over social media and for a good reason. It’s bright yellow porch and all white interior are so cute. With the sunny Los Angeles weather, it makes for a very Instagram-worthy photo. Not only are all of the items in the shop well curated, but the natural light and white walls make a great backdrop too.

2. Gracias Madre

One of the hottest vegan restaurants in L.A., Gracias Madre has a gorgeous tile bar, delicious food, and stellar cocktails. If you like Instagramming pretty food, this is for you. With a big group of people, a big spread and lot of colorful cocktails on the table, you can get a great shot.


Anyone in Los Angeles knows if they want to get a lot of “likes” to head over to LACMA. This museum has a unique landing installation out front that has become a landmark in L.A. Everything from weddings to casual photos to fashion editorials have been shot here. If you go at night, the lights really look magical.

4. The Getty

The Getty Center looms over everything around it. A clean, huge white building forms the center of the museum housing photography and art exhibits. On a clear day, which is basically every day in L.A., you can see all the way to the Pacific Ocean. There is a lot of negative space which makes for really nice looking photos and then after you can grab a nice bite for lunch or even have a picnic.

5. Angel Wings Graffiti

Next to the Art Share building in downtown L.A., artist Colette Miller painted a set of angel wings on the brick wall.The texture and color contrasts with the brick to stand out. I’ve seen this all over social media too and if you’re looking for a street art shot this is where you should go.

6. Venice Beach Sign

Hanging over Windward Avenue, the boxy letters V-E-N-I-C-E sign marks the downtown Venice neighborhood. Built in 2007, the sign replicates a similar sign that hung there over a century ago. This iconic sign glows at night and stands out during the day as well so it’s an all-day spot for photos.

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