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Los Angeles Ranks in the Top 15 Most Fun Cities in America – WalletHub Study

With the upcoming fall season bringing cooler weather to enjoy more activities indoors and out, the personal-finance website WalletHub took a close look at 2017’s Most Fun Cities in America.To help Americans find the cities with the greatest number and variety of cheap, fun activities, WalletHub’s data crunchers compared the 150 largest U.S. cities across 58 key metrics, ranging from fitness clubs per capita to movie costs to average open hours of breweries.

Fun in Los Angeles (1=Most Fun, 75=Avg.):

  • 15th – Festivals per Capita
  • 8th – Restaurants per Capita
  • 21st – Park Playgrounds per Capita
  • 36th – Bar Accessibility
  • 25th – Parkland Acres per Capita
  • 5th – Fitness Centers per Capita
  • 1st – Dance Clubs per Capita
  • 3rd – Number of Attractions
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