The Historic Homes of Alhambra are the most interesting thing in the city, also known as the “City of Homes,” Alhambra has a wide variety of house with styles such as craftsman, bungalow, Spanish Mediterranean, Italian beaux-arts, and more! If you’re visiting this town, take a look at them and travel in time.
The Mosaic Lizard Theatre is a venue that serves as an escape pod to all routines, as it’s always presenting all kinds of artistic performances at a very low price. Here you can enjoy classic and contemporary plays, sketch comedy improvisations and other fun things, such as showings of short and independent films.
To learn about history and get to see an eclectic collection of artifacts and relics that were the property of early movers in Los Angeles, The Romana Museum of California History is a perfect choice. Get to see slippers, combs, and many other artifacts used during the 1890s; as well as many unpublished pictures of Teddy Roosevelt. The Romana Museum is part of the second largest parlor in Southern California, which houses local historical societies and shows how to preserve its own community’s history.
For a tranquil day, you can go to any of the parks around town, such as Alhambra Park and Almansor Park, the latter has a gym, a jogging trail, picnic tables an artificial lake, and a tennis court.