Discover LA’s rich historical roots as LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes (LA Plaza) opens April 16 in Downtown LA. Adjacent to the Olvera Street marketplace and El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument where LA was founded in 1781, the Mexican American cultural center is housed within the newly renovated Vickrey-Brunswig Building and Plaza House on Main Street. The center also includes 30,000 square feet of garden. The inaugural exhibit, LA Starts Here!, shows the role of Mexicans and Mexican Americans in the founding and shaping of LA’s history and culture from the city’s founding to the present.
Metro Discount: Show your valid TAP card, Metro Employee ID, LA County Employee ID and save $2 off admission.
Go Metro: LA Plaza is located at 501 N Main Street across from Olvera Street. Plan your route using the Trip Planner.
More Info: Visit lapca.org.
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