Virtual Field Trips | Los Angeles Conservancy
"City Dreams" Mural by Richard Wyatt, Jr., Photo by Chris Putnam/Alamy

Virtual Field Trips

The L.A. Conservancy's virtual tours are about much more than historic architecture in Los Angeles: they’re filled with inspirational stories reflecting the rich diversity of the people​ behind the places.

Enrich your student's learning experience beyond the textbook, take them on a live, interactive virtual field trip: an entertaining mix of architectural and cultural Los Angeles history!
Paul Revere Was Here
An engaging exploration of L.A.'s legendary Black architect Paul Revere Williams’ life and work.

Paul Revere Was Here Virtual Field Trip: Olvera Street, 28th Street Apartments, and The Beverly Hills Hotel

Historic Downtown
A great introduction to the architecture and history of downtown Los Angeles. 

Union Station
Explore America's last great train station built at the end of the golden age of rail travel. 

A Woman's Place: Union Station and Chinatown
Uncover untold stories of the women who helped build Union Station and Chinatown.

Led by Conservancy educators, our engaging virtual tours and workshops support California’s Common Core State Standards in History and Social Studies—as well as highlight important lessons about the preservation of historic sites.
To book or learn more about our virtual field trips, please submit a request form above and one of our educators will be in contact within 3-5 business days. 
Virtual Field Trip Logistics
  • Offered Monday through Friday (weekends available upon request). 
  • Each field trip may be scheduled for up to 1-hour between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. We kindly request bookings be made at least two weeks prior to your desired date. 
  • Recommended for grades 3-12. 
  • $50 per virtual field trip (recommended for up to 30 students) 
  • Large group options and scholarships are available! Just ask. 
Questions? Email us at
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.
Photo credits: Paul Revere Was Here: Olvera Street and The Beverly Hills Hotel: Stock/Canva, 28th Street Apartments: Eric Staudemaier Photography, Historic Downtown: Central Library, Angels Flight, Bradbury Building: Stock/Canva, Union Station: Stock/Canva, A Woman's Place: Union Station and former Fred Harvey Restaurant Space: Stock/Canva, Chinatown: Sana Ahmed/L.A. Conservancy.