Best Things to Do
Los Angeles


Downtown LA

Whether you're a tourist or a local, if you want to get a true historical sense of Downtown LA (aka DTLA), take a walking tour with the Los Angeles Conservancy. Decades before DTLA achieved its current status as hipster central, it was promoting the neighborhood's architectural richness and continues to do so today.

Even if you're not boarding a train, take a stroll through Union Station, known as the last great railway station in America. Opened in 1939, the structure is a blend of Art Deco and Spanish Colonial Revival styles and offers dining options along with weekly entertainment. You'll also want to explore Angelino Heights, a section of Echo Park with the highest concentration of Victorian homes in the city. And don't forget to catch a live show at one of the opulent movie palaces on Broadway, the onetime entertainment center of Los Angeles.

OUE Skyspace LA

633 W. Fifth St. Los Angeles CA 90071 U.S.

A thrilling experience if you're not afraid of heights!

Los Angeles Conservancy Walking Tours

523 W. Sixth St., Ste. 826 Los Angeles CA 90014 U.S.

Who Says Nobody Walks in L.A.?

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

250 S. Grand Ave. Los Angeles CA 90012 U.S.

Since inception, MOCA has played a significant role in the world of contemporary art, making it accessible to the public.

The Broad

221 S. Grand Ave. Los Angeles CA 90012 U.S.

The Broad epitomizes contemporary art in its architecture and exhibitions.

Grand Central Market

317 S. Broadway Los Angeles CA 90013 U.S.

A market that's a melting pot of cuisines.

Gallery Row (DTLA)

215 W. Sixth St. (S. Spring St.) Los Angeles CA 90014 U.S.

A designated district for art galleries in Downtown Los Angeles along S. Spring St., W. Sixth St. and S. Broadway. 

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S. Grand Ave. Los Angeles CA 90012 U.S.

Celebrate Culture at one of Los Angeles's architectural wonders, which is located in Downtown L.A. 

L.A. Live

800 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90015 U.S.

Welcome to the hub of entertainment in downtown Los Angeles.

Exploring Chinatown: Past and Present Self-Guided Tour

523 W. Sixth St. Los Angeles CA 90014 U.S.

Whether you're a tourist or local, there's much to be learned from this self-guided tour of Chinatown.

California African American Museum

600 State Dr. Los Angeles CA 90037 U.S.

This museum spans across 44,000 square feet and features three full-size exhibition rooms, a theater gallery and a 14,000 square foot glass ceiling courtyard.

Japanese American Cultural & Community Center

244 S. San Pedro St. Ste. 505 Los Angeles CA 90012 U.S.

A culture center for the Japanese-American community in Los Angeles with a performing arts program, art and photography gallery, library and a serene garden.