Father’s Day history dates back more than 100 years, but ironically, it didn’t become a national holiday until decades after President Woodrow Wilson’s Mother’s Day declaration, according to History.com.
Speaking of tradition, in many homes, the third Sunday in June can take a second place on the second Sunday in May, which is, of course, Mother’s Day.
But it’s time to celebrate our parents, as their holidays are approaching and, after a year of quarantine, limited by what we can do, who we can see and where we can go, it’s time to celebrate father too , and we’ve found some fun ideas you might like.
With the holiday fall less than a week after the state’s full reopening and after a long pandemic of a year and a half, maybe it’s time to do something different and special to celebrate this year.
Spend a day on the track
Remove “drive a fast car” from the drop-down list and get behind the wheel of an exotic car, such as a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Porsche, at the Auto Club Speedway.
No experience is required, as professional instructors teach you how to drive the race line, which will allow you to make the most of these powerful sprinters in a safe environment.
Auto Club Speedway is located at 9300 Cherry Ave. in Fontana. Driving prices start at $ 200.
Or ride in a classic car
Celebrate Father’s Day at the Car Driving Museum and ride a classic car through El Segundo, driven by an experienced and experienced museum teacher.
After the trip, enjoy a beer tasting with Dad, which are included with the ticket, as well as a special Father’s Day brunch with food prepared by William Bly, along with live music and entertainment.
Tickets cost $ 75 if purchased prior to the event. Father’s Day is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Car Driving Museum, located at 610 Lairport Street in El Segundo. For more information, visit automobiledriving
Take a trip through virtual reality
Escape to a virtual world in one of Los Angeles ’many virtual reality locations, many of which offer arcades along with virtual reality experiences.
Playing video games with virtual reality headphones is the next level, allowing you to watch, touch and listen as you go through the experience fully immersed in your favorite adventure.
There are a lot of virtual recreations in the area, all of which offer different game and adventure options.
Adventure on Catalina Island
Go out and paddle along the coast while enjoying the views, sounds and creatures of Catalina Island.
Join a tour group or go out and explore on your own with kayaks, paddle tables and diving equipment available for rent.
Then take advantage of the terrain for excursions and enjoy an evening excursion with views of the island.
Even the ferry ride to and from the island offers fantastic views of the ocean and island life.
Santa Catalina, one of the Channel Islands in California, is located southwest of Los Angeles
Tour a battleship
Take a tour of the battleship USS Iowa, which was in service during World War II, Korea and the Cold War.
Today, the ship is an award-winning museum of naval history, with tours that allow visitors to follow in the footsteps of sailors and our mischievous pet Vicky the Dog, who has been part of the crew of the battleship USS Iowa since its inception. put into service in 1943.
The Battleship USS Iowa Museum is located at 250 S. Harbor Blvd. to St. Peter.
Go deep sea fishing
Forget about taking this fishing rod to the lake and instead take a trip to the Pacific to fish a little on the high seas.
With miles of coastline, there are many options nearby to choose from, from renting a boat near the Channel Islands and Santa Barbara, or you can rent one yourself.
Fly, hang in the air
Whether you prefer to jump from a plane or just glide through the air, skydiving and delta can be the closest thing to flying like a bird.
Today’s paratroopers are equipped with the latest design and technology that help mitigate as much risk as possible.
And while there is no engine involved in the glider, not even to get into the air, the glider is fully controllable, allowing pilots to maneuver the glider wherever they want.
There are several locations to experiment with in the Los Angeles area, with landscapes such as the nearby mountain ranges or the beachfront beaches.
Check out any of the national and state parks
Some of the most beautiful scenery California has to offer are found in the state and national parks of the state.
With such a diverse landscape, such as the desert, the mountains, the beach or the forest, there is an opportunity to experience nature for everyone.
California has nine national parks, more than any other state, in addition to 280 state parks, and each has its own appeal.