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Welcome to DTLAWalkingTours.com! We provide guided tours through the many unique and exciting districts in downtown Los Angeles for both tourists and locals who want to explore one of the world's greatest city's on foot.

Tours are designed to allow you to view the sites and to learn a little background on the architecture and/or historical significance. It's also worth noting that L.A. is the "most filmed city in the world", so your guide will gladly point out the many downtown sites that have been featured in Hollywood blockbusters!

Private group tours can also be arranged. Specifics can be worked out and the best deal will be arranged for your customized tour. Please contact us through the Register page.

The Tours

You may register by phone (213-399-3820), e-mail (dtlawalkingtours@gmail.com), or through our registration page.
Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you.

L.A.'s Beginnings        

"Witness the transformation of Los Angeles from a pueblo into a world-class city by seeing the monuments that helped shape L.A. and learning how the city's history continues to transform the City of Angels into a cultural icon"

Tour Highlights

    – Union Station "America's last great rail station"
    – El Pueblo at Olvera Street, the birthplace of Los Angeles
    – Chinatown Gateway
    – Cathedral of our Lady of Angels
    – Grand Park with City Hall
    – Walt Disney Concert Hall
    – Angels Flight Railway
    – A return trip via the Metro rail to Union Station (rail fare not included)

Please register here

Union Station

                                  

Old and New Downtown L.A        

"Experience the crossover of Los Angeles from its mirrored development in the early 20th century to its eventual growth of unique landmarks, which have become new destinations for all to explore"

Tour Highlights

    – Angels Flight Railway
    – Grand Central Market
    – Bradbury Building
    – St. Vibiana's Cathedral
    – Spring Street "The Wall Street of the West"
    – Broadway Theater District
    – Clifton's Cafetaria, "a jewel of a cafeteria"
    – St. Vincent's Court at the Jewelry District
    – Pershing Square

Please register here

Fine Arts Building

                                  

Holiday Lights Walking Tour        

"Lights, decorations, festivites and holiday cheer abound as we stroll through the central city during the most joyous time of the year"

Tour Highlights

    – Union Station "America's last great rail station"
    – "Los Posados" at Olvera Street
    – Grand Park with its illuminated fountain
    – Walt Disney Concert Hall
    – Nutcracker Village at California Grand Plaza
    – Angels Flight Railway
    – Icicle sheets in the Old Bank District
    – Perhing Square ice rink
    – A return trip via the Metro rail to Union Station (rail fare not included)

Please register here

Grand Park Fountain