Chinese American Museum
Old Plaza Firehouse
The city’s oldest fire station (1884) is now a one-room museum filled with dusty old fire-fighting equipment and photographs.
South of Old Plaza are more historic buildings, including the 1870 home of Pio Pico, California’s last Mexican governor, the city’s...
El Pueblo’s central, magnolia-shaded square is crowned by a pretty wrought-iron gazebo. Sleepy during the week, it often turns into a...
Garnier Bldg, 425 N Los Angeles St · interesting places nearby
Chinese American Museum information
Follow the red lanterns to the small 1890 Garnier Building, once the unofficial Chinatown ‘city hall’. Changing exhibits highlight various historical, cultural and artistic aspects of the Chinese American experience.