Just outside Pasadena City Hall, you’ll find two giant heads — one of baseball player Jackie Robinson and the other of Olympic athlete Mack Robinson.
Category Archives: Statues of Los Angeles
Marquis de Lafayette Statue
In Westlake’s Lafayette Park, you can see a decaying statue of the man who helped secure America’s independence.
Ninomiya Kinjiro (Sontoku) Statue
In Little Tokyo you can find a statue dedicated to the “Peasant Sage of Japan.”
Jackie Robinson Statue at the Rose Bowl
In front of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, you’ll find a statue of baseball legend Jackie Robinson wearing a football uniform.
General Harrison Gray Otis Statue
In MacArthur Park you’ll find a statue dedicated to the memory of the president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times.
Young Lincoln Statue (and Law Statue)
Inside the U.S. Courthouse on Spring Street, you’ll find a marble statue of a young, shirtless Abraham Lincoln and an accompanying statue depicting Law.
Sun Yat-Sen Statue
In Chinatown you’ll find a lasting tribute to Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the first president of the Republic of China.
Stephen White Statue
A statue of former U.S. Senator Stephen Mallory White looks toward the Los Angeles Harbor he helped to develop. But a dark legacy overshadows his achievements.
In a less-traveled corner of Pershing Square you’ll come across a 90-year-old bronze statue of German composer Ludwig van Beethoven.
Benjamin Davis “Don Benito” Wilson Statue
In a busy, brightly colored plaza, you can find a statue commemorating Benjamin David Wilson, the “Founding Father of Alhambra.”