Bucket List

For Bucket List places I've managed to cross off my list, click here.

In the meantime...

In no particular order, here's a running list of some of the places that have proven a bit more difficult to get into—because they're privately owned, invite-only, closed to the public, or accessible only on a very restricted basis.*


Freeman House by Frank Lloyd Wright, Hollywood Hills
La Miniatura by Frank Lloyd Wright, Pasadena
Hale Solar Laboratory, Pasadena
Club 33, Disneyland, Anaheim
Theme Building Observation Deck, LAX, Los Angeles
Warner Pacific Theatre, Hollywood
Earl Carroll Theatre, Hollywood
Chemosphere by John Lautner, Hollywood Hills
Silvertop by John Lautner, Silverlake
Elrod House by John Lautner, Palm Springs
Bob Hope House by John Lautner, Palm Springs
Lake Norconian Club, Norco
Barclay Hotel basement speakeasy, Downtown Los Angeles
Goat Canyon Trestle, Carrizo Gorge, Anza-Borrego
Magic Castle Cabaret, Montecito
Brookledge Theater, Hancock Park, Los Angeles
Culver Studios, Culver City
Fallen Star, San Diego
Pirate Tower, Laguna Beach
Dawn Mine, Angeles National Forest
Camp Pendleton, San Diego [visited 2/6/20]
Vista Del Arroyo Hotel, Pasadena
Panamint City, Death Valley National Park
Crowley Lake Columns, Mono County
Burro Schmidt Tunnel, Randsburg
Mozumdar Temple, Crestline
The Bubble House by Walter Neff, Pasadena
The Mojave Road, Mojave National Preserve
Beale's Cut, Santa Clarita
Spadena House, Beverly Hills


North Brother Island, NYC
Hart Island, NYC
One Times Square New Year's Eve Ball, Manhattan, NYC
Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn, NYC
Pratt's Steam Whistle, Brooklyn, NYC
Tesla's Wardenclyff Laboratory, Long Island
Bowling alley at The Frick Collection, Manhattan, NYC


Roden Crater, Flagstaff, AZ
Underground Home, Las Vegas, NV

*A work in progress! More to be added.

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