Father's Day is June 18th and this is a PSA telling you that your dad does not want another tie as his gift.
We've compiled a list of fun activities that everyone will enjoy and no one will have to awkwardly smile while opening an ugly tie.
(If you're a dad send this link to your spawn as a *subtle* hint)
Check out some fun activities to do in LA even if it isn't Father's Day.
For the adventurous outdoorsy dad: Take him to Ziplines at Pacific Crest.
For the hang-ten dad: Rent some equipment and get in the ocean and The Malibu Surf Shack
For the gear-head dad: Walk around The Petersen Museum and check out some kick-ass cars.
For the hair-of-the-dog dad: Take him tasting at Seven Grand Whiskey in Downtown.
For the dad who is always taking pictures: Tour the Annenberg Space for Photography to see stunning and thought-provoking pictures.
For the dad who loves history: Climb aboard the Battleship Iowa Museum to learn about the vintage WWII warship.
For the dad who loves looking at the stars: Escape the city lights and check out a birds-eye view of LA at The Griffith Observatory.
For the artsy dad: Take him to the Getty Center for some culture and some LA views.
For the Wine-O dad: Go on a safari while drinking wine at Malibu Wine Safari or if you're not into animals you can skip the giraffes and just order a carafe.
For the kid-at-heart dad: Experience the happiest place on earth and relive your childhood at Disneyland. (I'm sure your dad won't mind the lines)
For the Harry Potter super-fan Dad: Apparate him to Hogwarts at Universal Studios Hollywood.
For the movie-buff dad: Take him on the Warner Brother's Studio Tour where he can act like Chandler and sit on the couch in Central Perk.
For the secret theater-lover: Sing-a-long to a classic musical at the historic Pantages Theater.
For the serene dad: Stroll through the Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden and experience the only intact example of a major Japanese-style garden created before World War II for a residence in Southern California.
For the sporty dad: take him out to the ballpark and make him feel like a player with a tour of the stadium on the Dodger Stadium Tour.