L.A. HERITAGE DAY
Sunday, April 14 , 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Pico House at El Pueblo Historical Monument
424 N. Main Street, Los Angeles
Across the street from Union Station and adjacent to Olvera Street
See list of participating organizations
The Conservancy is proud to participate in l L.A. Heritage Day on Sunday, April 14. Presented by the Los Angeles Heritage Alliance, this festival-type event seeks to reconnect the public with greater Los Angeles’ vast range of cultural institutions and resources.
With dozens of participating preservation organizations, museums, and historical societies, L.A. Heritage Day offers something for everyone, including:
For an area widely misperceived as having no "real" history, our region has more than 200 historical organizations, societies, and museums dedicated to preserving and promoting the rich and varied histories, industries, and individuals that helped Southern California become the place it is today.
The L.A. Heritage Alliance was formed in 2008 to help these groups leverage their efforts through workshops, networking, and events such as Heritage Day.
Admission is FREE!
El Pueblo Historical Monument is located at across from Union Station, near Olvera Street. Many of the booths will be located inside the landmark Pio Pico House at 424 N. Main Street, Los Angeles.
Parking is limited, but there are two great alternatives:
- Go Metro: Ride the train to Union Station and walk across the street.