Take a live virtual tour of historic places in Los Angeles!
Each month, the Conservancy makes historic tours accessible through our virtual tour program. Our interactive virtual tours are led by live tour guides passionate about the historic places and/or neighborhoods featured. Best of all, virtual tours are accessible and affordable!
Virtual tours can also be arranged as private group tours! Connect with family, friends, and colleagues for an engaging event that brings folks together virtually. Rates start at $10 per person for members and $15 per person for the general public.
The Conservancy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, recognizing, and revitalizing cultural and architecturally significant historic places in Los Angeles. Through our tour programs, we bring people closer to the places important to the history of Los Angeles.
Consider becoming a Conservancy member to enjoy discounts and presales on programs and events. Learn more.
Virtual Tour Offered as Group Tours
A Woman's PlaceBook a Group Tour
Uncover untold stories of the women who helped build Union Station and Chinatown.
Art DecoBook a Group Tour
Everyone knows that L.A. is a glamorous city. But few know that true Old Hollywood glamour lies in the streets of downtown L.A.!
City HallBook a Group Tour
Take a virtual exploration of L.A.’s iconic 1928 City Hall, a stunning example of Art Deco civic architecture.
Don't Call Me Ugly!Book a Group Tour
Are these buildings ugly or just misunderstood? You can be the judge on this interactive tour!
Historic DowntownBook a Group Tour
A great introduction to the architecture and history of downtown Los Angeles.
Paul Revere Was Here: On the Trail of L.A.'s Legendary ArchitectBook a Group Tour
Go on a county-wide expedition celebrating the life, work, and legacy of L.A.’s legendary architect Paul Revere Williams.
Westwood VillageBook a Group Tour
Take a virtual tour of Westwood Village, one of the earliest planned suburban shopping villages in the world. We’ll unearth history and unique architectural flourishes that connect Westwood Village to its neighbor UCLA.
Virtual tours are generally held on Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m. and last approximately 60 minutes. Presentations are hosted via Zoom and presented live by a knowledgeable Conservancy tour guide. They are not recorded. The Zoom link will be sent upon registration. The presentation will begin on time. We recommend that you try logging in five minutes before the session in order to ensure that you’re able to join. If you have any questions before your registered event, please get in touch with the Conservancy at email@example.com.
Major funding for the Los Angeles Conservancy’s educational programs is provided by the LaFetra Foundation and the Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.