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Los Angeles

Downtown LA – Arts and Culture Tour

It’s remarkable how much your perception of a place can change in just two hours, and that is what happens when you take this faster paced tour of Los Angeles and hear about the early settlers, the metro system, the gentrification projects, and much more. With small groups of 25 or fewer you’ll be able to move through the streets and see a lot in a relatively small amount of time. This would be a good way to begin your visit to L.A., as you’ll get an overview and discover some things you may like to explore further.

When people think of Los Angeles, traffic jams come to mind! Change your perspective by learning about the public transportation system and the continuing struggle between mass transit and the car culture. As part of the tour you’ll have the essential L.A. experience of riding the short (298 feet) Angels Flight. This funicular was originally the way for residents to go quickly and easily up and down the steep slopes to and from their neighborhoods. If you’ve never seen a funicular, this alone is a fascinating aspect of the tour.

Next you’ll be on your way to see some unique, distinctly L.A. places including The Last Bookstore, California’s largest book and record store, the architectural landmark known as the Bradbury Building, and the Grand Central Market, bringing together the cuisines and cultures of the city. You’ll see all the notable institutions that line Grand Street before heading to Olvera, the oldest street in L.A., where you’ll be immersed in Pueblo culture and likely see some roving troubadors.

The last stop on this fantastic tour is Union Station, officially known as the Grand Central of the West. The building combines Art Deco, Mission Revival, and Streamline Moderne styles, creating a truly impressive station with enclosed garden patios. By this time in the tour you’ll be a Los Angeles aficionado, able to guide someone else around town! This is the tour for those who really want a close look at a lot of things in a couple of hours.

For Reservations: Reservations required at www.latours1.com or at 310-622-9120 Will need credit card to make reservation. Will not get charged so long as they arrive and scan pass. Otherwise will be charged full price of tour. Flexible reschedule policy.Tour Begins at Pershing Square - Beethoven statue, opposite Metro station

Location: Tour Begins at Pershing Square - Beethoven statue, opposite Metro station
Hours:
Daily at 1:00 PM Rain or Shine

It’s remarkable how much your perception of a place can change in just two hours, and that is what happens when you take this faster paced tour of Los Angeles and hear about the early settlers, the metro system, the gentrification projects, and much more. With small groups of 25 or fewer you’ll be able to move through the streets and see a lot in a relatively small amount of time. This would be a good way to begin your visit to L.A., as you’ll get an overview and discover some things you may like to explore further.

When people think of Los Angeles, traffic jams come to mind! Change your perspective by learning about the public transportation system and the continuing struggle between mass transit and the car culture. As part of the tour you’ll have the essential L.A. experience of riding the short (298 feet) Angels Flight. This funicular was originally the way for residents to go quickly and easily up and down the steep slopes to and from their neighborhoods. If you’ve never seen a funicular, this alone is a fascinating aspect of the tour.

Next you’ll be on your way to see some unique, distinctly L.A. places including The Last Bookstore, California’s largest book and record store, the architectural landmark known as the Bradbury Building, and the Grand Central Market, bringing together the cuisines and cultures of the city. You’ll see all the notable institutions that line Grand Street before heading to Olvera, the oldest street in L.A., where you’ll be immersed in Pueblo culture and likely see some roving troubadors.

The last stop on this fantastic tour is Union Station, officially known as the Grand Central of the West. The building combines Art Deco, Mission Revival, and Streamline Moderne styles, creating a truly impressive station with enclosed garden patios. By this time in the tour you’ll be a Los Angeles aficionado, able to guide someone else around town! This is the tour for those who really want a close look at a lot of things in a couple of hours.

For Reservations: Reservations required at www.latours1.com or at 310-622-9120 Will need credit card to make reservation. Will not get charged so long as they arrive and scan pass. Otherwise will be charged full price of tour. Flexible reschedule policy.Tour Begins at Pershing Square - Beethoven statue, opposite Metro station

Location: Tour Begins at Pershing Square - Beethoven statue, opposite Metro station
Hours:
Daily at 1:00 PM Rain or Shine

ADULT:

$35.00

CHILD:

$30.00

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adult:

$35.00

child:

$30.00

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