Visit our Self-Guided Tours page for PDF booklets from many of our other past events and tours.
We regularly offer workshops on writing landmark nominations for historic places. Visit our Landmark THIS! page for handouts and presentations from past workshops.
Every two years we partner with the City of Los Angeles' Office of Historic Resources to hold this conference. The conference showcases the latest practices and topics in neighborhood conservation. Visit our L.A. Historic Neighborhoods Conference page for information about past conference topics, as well as slides and handouts.
This panel presentation on April 5, 2018 discussed the role of preservation in L.A.'s future. Watch a video of the full event >
Held in both the spring and fall, this sold-out tour explored the Conservancy's early years and included a visit to the OUE Skyspace LA observation deck.
On October 3, 2018, we hosted an exclusive party to celebrate the reopening of the former Fred Harvey Restaurant space, closed since 1967.
At this one-day event, tourgoers explored the history of downtown L.A.'s Fashion District on five different walking tours.
Our 2017 fall tour spanned the entire weekend of November 3-5, and included walking tours, a pub crawl, a film screening, and more!
This 2017 walking tour visited the four Lawrence Halprin-designed landscapes that make up the Los Angeles Open Space Network.
This 2016 tour visited private homes in the View Park neighborhood, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
This one-day tour explored the history and architecture of Los Angeles’ vibrant Chinatown.
Following our one-day tour, we partnered with the Chinatown Business Improvement District for this evening scavenger hunt in Chinatown!
This October 2015 tour explored the former Hughes Aircraft Company campus.
After a four-year closure, the fully rehabilitated Clifton's reopened with a special benefit for the Conservancy!
This free lecture featured Dr. Laura Pulido, author of "A People's Guide to Los Angeles."
This free panel discussion focused on the demolition threat to Parker Center. The building has since been scheduled for demolition beginning in late 2018. Video recording from the event available on the event page.
Our 2014 benefit celebrated the 75th anniversary of L.A.'s Union Station.
This panel discussion re-examined suburbanization and sprawl as a key chapter in the story of post-World War II Los Angeles. Video recording from the event available on the event page.