Mid-City West is a neighborhood that sits west of downtown Los Angeles. Santa Monica Boulevard runs just north of the area, giving residents quick access to the ocean and other areas of the city. However, those who live in Mid-City West don't need to leave the neighborhood to find entertainment. It's right in their backyards.
The Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits is a famous site for fossils. Visitors can look at ice-age fossils, watch the live digs at Project 23, observe researchers in the lab or check out one of the museum's many exhibits. By the time they leave, museum visitors will have learned about the prehistoric timeline of Los Angeles. With an affordable admission price, the Page Museum is great for locals who want to learn something new.
The Grove is a large outdoor shopping filled with stores, dining opportunities and a movie theater. Residents can stop by to find a new wardrobe and enjoy the amazing California weather while they're at it. Average temperatures in the area have a very shallow curve. There is only about a 30 degree temperature difference between winter and summer.
The Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is located in Mid-City West. It is a nonprofit hospital known for it's high quality patient care.