Attractions

Historic Site in Downtown Los Angeles & Boyle Heights

El Pueblo Historical Monument

Nope, LA didn’t spring from the head of Hollywood directors, it was a full-blown community a good century before DW Griffith showed up. Compact, colorful and car-free, this vibrant historic district, a short stroll …
Historic Building in Downtown Los Angeles & Boyle Heights

Bradbury Building

This 1893 building is one of LA’s undisputed architectural jewels. Its red-brick facade conceals a stunning galleried atrium with inky filigree grillwork, a rickety birdcage elevator and yellow-brick walls that glis…
Historic Site in South Central & Exposition Park

Central Avenue

From the 1920s to the 1950s, Central Ave was the lifeblood of LA’s African-American community, not by choice but because segregation laws kept black people out of other neighborhoods. It was also a hotbed of jazz an…
Historic Site in Pasadena & the San Gabriel Valley

El Molino Viejo

While in the Huntington Library area, make a quick detour to this transporting brick-and-adobe structure with creaky wood floors and exposed timbers in the rafters. It houses Southern California’s first water-powere…