We love our neighbors in Culver City. Located just around the corner, this city is easily one of our favorite spots in Los Angeles. We’re happy to service the cannabis needs of our neighbors to the southeast. Haven’t stopped in yet? Come on by and say hello.
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DID WE MENTION THAT WE EARNED THE TITLE OF MARIJUANA DISPENSARY OF THE YEAR IN THE CULVER AREA?
We’re big fans of this little city. Bordered by the neighborhoods of Mar Vista, Palms, and Baldwin Hills, Culver City is an up-and-coming area that has quick access to Santa Monica, Venice, and Downtown LA via train. From the Culver City Stairs (otherwise known as the Baldwin Hills Overlook California State Park) to the historic Culver Hotel and the Sony Pictures Studios, this place has plenty to see and do. It has a charming downtown area with a variety of casual and upscale dining options, as well as cultural gems like the Museum of Jurassic Technology, and the Wende Museum and Archive of The Cold War.
why we love culver city
Culver City has been the epicenter of culture and the arts since the 1920’s when it was the go-to location for film production. Now, Culver City has numerous attractions like the Kirk Douglas Theatre and the Culver City Public Theatre. Visitors looking for a behind-the-scenes look at film production can take a studio tour of Sony Pictures Studios. Culver City also hosts events like California Arts Day, Music in the Chambers, and the Culver City Music Festival. The city Art District is filled with notable art galleries, such as FP Contemporary Art Gallery.
DID YOU KNOW THAT THE INTEREST CULVER CITY’S FOUNDER HAD IN MOTION PICTURE IS ONE OF THE REASONS IT BECAME SUCH A SIGNIFICANT HUB FOR FILM AND TELEVISION?
Incorporated in 1917, the city was founded by real estate developer Harry Culver. Sony, originally MGM, Culver Studios, and the former Hal Roach Studios were all located within this town. With a nickname like “The Heart of Screenland”, it’s no surprise that films such as The Wizard of Oz, The Thin Man, Rebecca, and Gone with the Wind are just a few big names from a list of hundreds that were produced here.