In Downtown Los Angeles you’ll find a monument acknowledging all of the cities throughout the world who share kinship with Los Angeles.
Spanning The 101 Freeway at Los Angeles Street and Main Street, you will find two sculptures that work in concert to greet newcomers to the City of Los Angeles.
In Downtown Los Angeles you can take in a panoramic view of the entire city from atop Los Angeles City Hall for free.
In the oldest part of Los Angeles, you’ll find a detailed mural by Italian-American artist Leo Politi celebrating the annual Blessing of the Animals.
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.
The remnants of the first water distribution system in Los Angeles can still be found in a few places.
In the center of Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles, you’ll find a curated selection 18 flags used throughout the history of the United States of America.
In a less-traveled corner of Pershing Square you’ll come across a 90-year-old bronze statue of German composer Ludwig van Beethoven.
Wedged between Dodger Stadium and a firefighter training facility you will find a concrete plaque marking first Jewish site in Los Angeles.
In Downtown Los Angeles you can still visit two sites where The Doors were photographed for their fifth album, Morrison Hotel, in 1969.