Three generations of one family in Los Angeles to celebrate a college graduation.
What to do with a group of 12 people – ranging in age from 7 to 83 – who are well-traveled and cultured, but have varying interests and stamina levels?
The day began with a before-hours, 90-minute docent-led tour of The Broad, the acclaimed art museum. The empty galleries made appreciating the art that much more memorable. They were then sent on a scavenger hunt from Grand Central Market to the Last Bookstore. After being split into multi-generational teams, they went exploring the nooks and crannies of both of these downtown gems, as they completed tasks and found items on their extensive list. By this point, they had built up a good appetite, and they were rewarded with lunch at Chicas Tacos, a cheery outdoor taco stand led by a James Beard-nominated chef. With full stomachs, they then hit the Skyslide, the laugh/scream-inducing glass slide that sits 70 floors over the city. The day was capped off with ice cream from Peddler’s Creamery, where they churn their sustainability-minded ice creams and sorbets by bike.