A new ranking of the top attractions in the Golden State by attraction attractiveness scale, and a new ranking for a different set of attractions, suggests that California is a state where there are too many attractions.
In the top 10, which are based on a scale of 1 to 10, there are seven attractions that are rated at 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
The 10 most popular California attractions are all in the Central Valley: the California Botanical Garden, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the San Diego Zoo.
These are all among the top five attractions in California, and among the five in the world, according to the World Economic Forum’s Tourism and Travel Scorecard.
The only attractions in a different category are in Los Angeles: the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Santa Monica Pier, and Venice Beach.
The list of the Top 10 California attractions is composed of more than 4,500 attractions, with a score ranging from 1 to 9, with one score of 10 being the most appealing attraction.
The attractions are rated according to how many people will visit each, how well they interact with other guests, and whether it’s a memorable experience.
The rankings, based on the attraction score, are compiled by the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Commission.
The LACSC uses the same scores as the World Tourism Organization, which has published the list annually since 2005.
The first five attraction scores are as follows:5.
The San Francisco Zoo5.
the Santa Barbara Aquarium6.
the Los Gatos Zoo7.
the Red Rock Canyon Park in Joshua Tree, California8.
the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, Texas9.
the Anaheim Convention Center10.
the San Luis Obispo Zoo1.
the Hollywood Park Museum2.
the Disneyland Hotel3.
the SeaWorld Aquarium4.
the Pacific Palisades Convention Center5.
Universal Studios Hollywood6.
Walt Disney World in Florida8.
Universal CityWalk of Fame5.
Disneyland California Park4.
Universal Music Hall of Fame8.
Grand Canyon National Park9.
Disneyland Resort in California10.
Disneyland park in Anaheim