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Angels Knoll

Angels Knoll

351 S. Hill St., 90013

Biddy Mason Park

333 S. Spring St., 90013

Long before they put the town in downtown, before shops, offices and theaters lined Broadway, this area was home to Biddy Mason. A slave with three daughters, she walked behind her master's wagon train to California in 1851. In 1856 she petitioned the cou

Blue Ribbon Garden

111 N. Grand Ave., 90012

California Plaza Watercourt

350 S. Grand Ave., 90071

The wet and whimsical Watercourt offers a bubbling, bright, colorful and cascading oasis to all wending their way into the polished granite and reflective glass core of California Plaza.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

555 W. Temple St., 90013

Chado Tea Room

369 E. 1st St., 90012

Exposition Park

700 Exposition Park Dr., 90037

W ithin Exposition Park's 160 acres, you can experience the fun of science, math and technology learning at the California Science Center, explore natural and cultural worlds at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, or simply relax in the splendor of the Rose Garden.

And there's much more. The recently renovated California African American Museum gives you a unique view into one of America's oldest and influential peoples. The landmark Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Sports Arena offer the excitement of world-class competition, while the EXPO Center is a hub of recreational activity for the neighborhood.

Enjoy your day!

Father Serra Park

125 Paseo de la Plaza, 90012

Features include: El Pueblo de Los Angeles, Museums, Olvera St., Restaurants, Shops

FigOly

1020 S. Figueroa St. , 90015

FigOly is operated by United Culinary Artists (UCA) and features a contemporary California menu featuring Northern Italian influences from acclaimed "Top Chef" alum Alex Reznik that informs classic recipes with modern techniques. By combining seasonal ingredients, whimsical thinking, and technical expertise, Reznik has created menus that are of the moment and reflect the provenance, style, and diversity of Los Angeles.     

Grand Hope Park @ FIDM

919 S. Grand Ave., 90015

Grand Park

200 N. Grand Ave., 90012

A vibrant outdoor gathering place, Grand Park is a beautiful public park for the entire community in Los Angeles County. With expansive green space for gatherings large and small, Grand Park celebrates the county’s cultural vitality and is host to community events, cultural experiences, holiday celebrations, and many other activities that engage and attract visitors from all communities. The 12-acre Grand Park stretches from The Music Center on the west to City Hall on the east, and is easily accessible by Metro via the Red/Purple line to the Civic Center/Grand Park station. The park was named one of American Planning Association’s 10 “Great Public Spaces” in the U.S. for 2013. Grand Park’s transformation is a credit to the leadership of Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina and the Grand Avenue Committee, established to create and implement the vision for Grand Park and commercial developments on Grand Avenue. The $56 million for the construction of Grand Park was comprised of $50 million in pre-paid rent for ground leases from Related Companies—a key condition Supervisor Molina was instrumental in securing—plus other city funds and interest. Under the direction of the county, Grand Park was developed by Related Companies with an award-winning creative team, including landscape architect, Rios Clementi Hale Studios; general contractor, Charles Pankow Builders; environmental graphic design firm, Sussman/Prejza; and fountain design consultants, Fluidity. Working closely with the county, The Music Center is responsible for the programming and operations of the park.

James Irvine Garden

244 S. San Pedro St., 90012

Designed by well-known LA landscape architect Takeo Uesugi, this 8,500 sqare foot garden is done in the traditional Japanese Style. For a tranquil spot located next to the Japanese American Cultural Community Center, spend some time here.

LA City Hall Lawn

200 N. Spring St., 90012

LA State Historic Park

1245 N. Spring St., 90012

32-acres of open space adjacent to Chinatown

Maguire Gardens

Maguire Gardens

630 W. 5th St., 90071

Garden located at the LA Central Library

Pershing Square

Pershing Square

532 S. Olive St., 90013

The Department of Recreation and Parks maintains 124 recreation center facilities providing the public with a wide variety of recreational opportunities. All municipally owned facilities are operated by the Department of Recreation and Parks.

Spring Street Park

426 South Spring Street, 90013

Lehrer Architects (www.lehrerarchitects.com) provided design leadership for the landscape architects of LA's Bureau of Engineering in an experimental public/private partnership which delivered a low maintenance, durable valued urban park.

Union Station Gardens

800 N. Alameda St., 90012

Various DTLA Locations

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Vista Hermosa Natural Park

100 N. Toluca St., 90026

 

Located at the western gateway to Downtown, 10.5-acre Vista Hermosa Park is the latest project of the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) that boldly returns the serenity and diversity of nature to the Los Angeles urban core. Developed in collaboration with the Los Angeles Unified School District and the City of Los Angeles, Vista Hermosa is the first public park built in this densely populated area in more than a hundred years.
 
The park features walking trails, streams, meadows, oak savannahs, picnic grounds, and a nature-themed playground amidst native Mediterranean vegetation. A FIFA-regulation soccer field is jointly used by the adjacent Edward R. Roybal Learning Center and the L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks. An outdoor amphitheater in a grotto provides an ideal setting for environmental and natural history education, and other public events.
 
Interpretive programs for community and youth are led by MRCA naturalists including the free “Transit to Trails” bus program to the Santa Monica Mountains.

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