The Coliseum was constructed in 1923 as a memorial to the veterans of WWI for just under $1-million with a capacity of over 75,000 people. In 1930 the stadium was expanded upwards to add an additional 25,000 seats for the 1932 Olympics. The stadium is home to the USC Trojans football team and the temporary home of the Los Angeles Rams until their new stadium is complete.
Exposition Park700 Exposition Park Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90037, USA
L.A.'s Natural History Museum if the largest museum of its type on the west coast containing over 35 million artifacts and specimens including an extensive research collection. The museum opened in 1913 designed in the Beaux Arts style and was expanded over the years in a variety of different styles including Neoclassical, Romanesque, and Spanish Plateresque.