Los Angeles City also known as Tinseltown due to its gits and glamour, the celebrities that surround the area, the big houses around, and many more. The City also offers a wide range of things to do especially on New Year's Eve.

From family parties at well known parks in the city, food trucks everywhere to take in some good old fashioned food that originated in Los Angeles and parties all over different clubs in the area. Though some festivities could cost as high as a $1000 per person there are also events that are free during the year end celebration.

Here are some list of the best places to visit and spend New Year's Eve in Los Angeles according to Forbes. Though it might not be like New York City where crowds flock, L.A is one city to visit and definitely will not disappoint.

For the best view of fireworks and the delicious menus, try to visit 71Above, it is the tallest restaurant west of Mississippi. The menu offers poached oysters with caviar, New York prime steak with onions, poached lobster and celery root and many more. You can dine in the restaruant for only $250 per head.

Bring back your childhood days at Disneyland on New Year's Eve as it coordinates twin fireworks display. Also it also offers different shows for children for the evening.

If you are into parties then a block between L.A's Music Center and City Hall hosts a huge fun filled block party that will keep you awake throughout the night. Expect live bands and Dj's on multiple stages of the party with photo booths available if you want to get a souvenir in the area and the best thing is it is for free.

If you are not into parties, a Rose Parade is being held during the annual Pasadena Tournament on New Year's Day. According to Travel and Leisure, the parade goes on for about two hours as it showcases different set of beautiful floats covered with flowers as well as marching band follows as well as horses.

Pub Crawl down Santa Monica's Main Street. Tickets will get you a drink discount and an entry to various watering holes at different pubs, the best part is that you will have no idea where it will lead you until you get the treasure map at Circle Bar.

For kids, there is the Zimmer Children's Museum which offers annual New Year's Eve celebrations with New Year's countdown with balloons dropping which is scheduled all day. With this, there is no need to worry about your children staying up late. The museum also offers artistic paintings and crafts in lieu of the New Year celebration for kids to see and appreciate.

Lastly, there is no better way than to visit the Hollywood landmark, the Walk of Fame that has the handprints of the biggest stars in the world on New Year's Day. Just near the walk of fame is the Grauman's Theater which offers the biggest movie premieres in Hollywood as well as the well known award ceremonies for years.

On New Year's Eve guest will enjoy a full night of glits and glamour, wine, champagne, dancing and a ball drop in the most iconice ballroom in Los Angeles. For more of the latest news stay tuned to Travelers Today.