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Downtown Culver City offers a relaxed atmosphere of outdoor restaurants, intriguing shops and art galleries that open onto wide California avenues. Sony Pictures Studios is located within Culver City, and the tour of its lot gives visitors a view of the glory of old Hollywood, merged with modern technology.
The Mayme A. Clayton Library and Museum has one of the largest collections of academic documents, and memorabilia of African-American history and culture in the world. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy visiting Blair Hills Park and the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook for a nice hike and an incredible panoramic view of greater Los Angeles.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is conveniently located six miles southwest of Culver City. Public transportation can easily be utilized to travel throughout Los Angeles from Culver City. Several bus lines run through the area, and the city's Expo Line train takes around 30 minutes to transport passengers to Downtown Los Angeles, where you’ll find many of the city’s hotel and lodging options.
Culver City's proximity to Venice and Santa Monica Beach, provides it with milder weather than many communities within Los Angeles; with average temperatures in the mid-70s. In May, the George Barris Car Show features vehicles from movies and television, and during the winter and spring, Music in the Chambers offers symphony concerts.
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