Forest Lawn Memorial Park is a one-of-a-kind attraction in Southern California, consisting of a nonprofit cemetery and a number of attractions linked to death and funerals.
The Glendale Galleria is a three-story shopping mall in downtown Glendale with over 1.6 million square feet of retail and office space.
Brand Park is a 31-acre park in the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains that offers visitors of all ages a variety of indoor and outdoor recreational and entertainment possibilities.
Glendale Centre Theatre is the longest continually weekly-operating live theatre in the United States, having been open every week since 1947.
The Alex Theatre, named after the company's owner's son Alexander, is a Los Angeles County landmark that first opened to the public in 1925 by the West Coast-Langley Theatre Circuit.
Deukmejian Wilderness Park is a 709-acre park in Glendale's northernmost section, located along the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.
The Museum of Neon Art (MONA) is the world's first art museum dedicated solely to the preservation of neon art, which includes kinetic art, electric media, and neon lighting commercials.
Central Park is a small community park in Glendale that offers residents and visitors a variety of year-round outdoor activity.
Raffi's Place Restaurant is a Mediterranean-style restaurant in downtown Glendale near the Americana at Brand that was founded by Rafik and Gohar Bakijanian and first opened to the public in December of 1994.
The hacienda-style adobe edifice Casa Adobe De San Rafael and Park was built in 1865 by Los Angeles' first sheriff Tomas Avila Sanchez and his wife Maria Sepulveda.