Only-in-LA experiences

Plan an amazing event in LA.

Whether you’re booking a small brainstorming session or a mass conference presentation, the Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles will keep your group firing on all cylinders. The cutting-edge facility can host meetings ranging from 4 to 160 attendees in its eight meeting spaces. The 53-acre campus also boasts a 4-mile driver development track where each of up to 24 participants can take the latest Porsche models for an exhilarating two- to four-hour spin with a driving coach.

Explore the 1,000-acre Saddlerock Ranch and vineyard at Malibu Wine Safari. Your trusty guide and driver team will lead the adventure on custom-built open-air Safari vehicles. You’ll make stops along the way to take in the scenery, taste local wines, and get up close and personal with animals like zebras, camels, alpacas, bison, and even Stanley the Giraffe – all just 30 minutes from LA. Nine- to twenty-seat private safaris available.

Plan an unforgettable event with a splash of movie magic at Universal Studios Hollywood, the world’s largest working movie studio and theme park! Complete with jaw dropping venues, catering by Wolfgang Puck and a team of dedicated event specialists, Universal Studios Hollywood will surely leave a lasting impression on your guests. Their spaces can host a variety of events ranging from 100 people to up to 20,000. For an even more spectacular experience, host an event at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ within the park. Guests can pass through the towering Hogwarts™ castle gates and explore the magical corridors. Sample fare from the wizarding world’s best-known establishments, including the Three Broomsticks™ and the Hog’s Head™, plus guests can experience new pulse-pounding rides including Flight of the Hippogriff™ and Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey™. This unique space can accommodate up to 2,000 guests and is available for private buyouts.

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