Downtown Los Angeles Points of Interest
Points of interest, historic buildings, LA landmarks and tourist attractions in Downtown Los Angeles.
The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is referred to my most Angelenos simply as the Music Center.
The Los Angeles Union Station is an LA landmark and considered a vibrant symbol of downtown LA’s renaissance.
The Los Angeles City Hall was once the tallest building in Los Angeles, rising to a level of 150 feet. The observation deck on the top floor offers one of the best 360 degree views of Los Angeles to be found.
Angelenos and art lovers visiting Los Angeles will want to make it a point to check out The Broad in downtown Los Angeles.
There are several reasons you might want to make it a plan to dine at the Original Pantry Restaurant in downtown Los Angeles.
Grand Central Market, LA’s largest foodcourt, is one of the few things surviving from the early days of Los Angeles when Bunker Hill was lined with stately Victorian mansions.
I doubt anyone in the world hasn’t heard of the Pantages Theatre on Hollywood and Vine. But very few know there was once a much grander Pantages Theatre in downtown Los Angeles just off Broadway.
If you have been visiting the sights of downtown Los Angeles, or you want to take in a concert or other performance in DTLA then head on over to Grand Park.
If you are taking a walking tour of downtown Los Angeles, it wouldn’t be complete without swinging by the Los Angeles Times Building and Times Mirror Square.
Instead of doing a Ten Best Places to View Los Angeles we decided to narrow it down to just one.