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In-person student walking tours are on hold until further notice. We are assessing new developments continuously to assure the safety of our community and will resume tours as soon as it is considered safe to do so. Updates will be posted as new information becomes available. You can still bring L.A. history to your virtual classroom through our live Virtual Field Trips and workshops.
Virtual Field Trip Options
Recommended for grades 3-12
Featuring some of L.A.’s best-loved landmarks, this tour begins at Pershing Square and ends at the Bradbury Building/Biddy Mason Park, across the street from the Grand Central Market.
Highly recommended for younger students (3rd through 5th grade) but available for older youth (6th-12th grade)
An entertaining mix of architectural, cultural, and transportation history.
A Woman's Place: Union Station and Chinatown
Recommended for grades 6-12 but available for younger students in grades 3-5
A different perspective on the histories of two iconic built environments told through the stories of women who impacted them. The tour begins at Union Station and ends at the Central Plaza in Chinatown.