92 Exposition Park Tips
- Casual 2
- Dressy 1
The weather was A little Chilly . I wore Jeans t shirt .
I'd suggest getting dropped off or walking if you live in the area. Leaving the park can get pretty crowded with all the cars moving in the same direction.
The weather was Mild with a breeze as the sun went down . I wore A crop top with shorts and sandals .
Bring lots of blankets, pillows, even sleeping bags. The cozier the better.
The weather was Sunny but cools fast once the sun set.. I wore a sundress, leggings, & converse w/jacket. Wear layers and something comfy for sitting/laying on the grass for a few hours..
The weather was chilly, dampy. I wore jeans and a sweater, with a long sleeve underneath! Also, towards the end of the night, everything was damp/dew-y, so you might want to double up your blanket, or bring a little chair!.
If your going to Exposition Park expect to pay for parking, we paid $10.00
The weather was Cool night. I wore Sweater and blanket.
If you're taking the Expo line, there is no signage directing you to the right area of Exposition park, major fail. Get off at the Expo Park/USC station and cross the street to the Rose Garden. Walk toward the Science Center, stay to the left of the building (there's going to be another Science Center bldg to the left of the rose garden). It's a strip of grass lined by trees, east of the Coliseum.
a sweater and jeans but was still cold. Bring a jacket, a hat, a scarf, extra blankets just in case. This may not be an issue for screenings that come later in the summer but be sure to think about the lowest low temps that day.
jeans, boots, a long sleeve shirt, a jacket and had several blankets.
Bring pillows or something to lean up against during the movie.
Avoid sitting under a tree due to the spiders
Bring Pillow's and sleeping bags for extra comfort and warmth