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I love the history of the Pueblo, dedicated to Our Lady, Queen of the Angels. The sleepy town on the banks of the almost dry river growing into a megalopolis of crooks and con men, and hopefuls arriving by the trainload at the station across...More
Dedicated to the history of the founding of Los Angeles by the Spanish. Lots of history here and you can learn a lot. Plus it's very pretty and can be lively BUT the history of the founding of Los Angeles really didn't take place here....More
Consisting of forty-four acres, this region is a historical re-creation of a typical "Spanish" village representing the origins of Los Angeles. Although accurate in spirit, this area of downtown L.A. was originally an Italian enclave, not Mexican. East L.A. is more accurate concerning Hispanic culture...More
A must visit site for anyone who wishes to learn about the early history of L.A. Their daily 45-60min free walking tour is extremely educational. There are a few eateries on site, ranging from eat in restaurants to mom and pop authentic Mexican food stalls....More
After Grand Central Market we head to El Pueblo de Los Angeles. Great place to visit, very quirky and colourful. Found most of Mexican shop assistant but rude and a bit unhelpful, but it didn’t ruined my visit there . A must in Los Angeles.
A lot of people think of Olvera Street as a tourist trap, but I have visited many times and you get more out of your visit if you wander away from Olvera Street into the rest of the Historic Park.
Depending on how you count...More
The first surprise was the Italian-American Museum in El Pueblo. The museum is fairly new but they had great displays about the Italians who came to America and the subsequent generations. Information on wine, prohibition, Italian Catholics, and discrimination against Italians as well as some...More
El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument encompasses several blocks located north of the LA Civic Center and right across Alameda Street from Union Station. The Plaza is a nice centerpiece with a central pavilion where cultural events are held quite often. There are trees...More
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The best place to park is across the street at the post office, there is an area of the parking lot that is set aside for paid parking it's only a couple of bucks and is well worth it because there is an attendant there. Yes... More
The best place to park is across the street at the post office, there is an area of the parking lot that is set aside for paid parking it's only a couple of bucks and is well worth it because there is an attendant there. Yes they still sell all of that at the stalls.