The city hall, which was built in 1928 as the tallest building on the west coast and has been in existence for more than 20 years, is home to California's soil and water. The towers at the top of the town hall are modeled after the Mossolas Mausoleum (The radical Mausoleum) in the seven wonders of the ancient world, which makes the town hall unique and a location for many Hollywood movies, including the well-known movie Superman. The city of Los Angeles is not as secure and inaccessible as anywhere else. The government's ground floor, ball-style halls and some office areas and conference rooms are free of charge. The state press conference is also available, and of course, all of this is accompanied by staff. If you're interested in the American polity, you want to know how the state operates or just want to see the structure of the state. Los Angeles city hall is not to be missed.
In LA City Hall as a "to do" so took a tour. Not far walk from the hotel in the city center and the building looks majestic and embodies the history of LA. Easy entry, quick overview of safety precautions and a lift to the 26th floor. Walked down the impressive stairs to the lobby and reached the viewing platform. From here you get panoramic views of the city and highlight key sights in every aspect on the picture board. No tips, friendly staff, worth a visit if in town.
Los Angeles City Hall (Los Angeles City Hall), located in the center of Los Angeles, is surrounded by four streets: Main street, Temple street, 1st street, and Spring street. The official address is: 200 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Except for Saturdays and Sundays, the opening hours are from 8 am to 5 pm from Monday to Friday. Because Los Angeles is located in an earthquake zone, the city hall building is an earthquake-resistant structure, which is currently the world's tallest earthquake-resistant infrastructure; the roof height is 138 meters. It was built in 1926 and completed in 1928. On the lawn outside the main building, and on the nearby passages and squares, there are some statues and flag seats, which are of cultural and tourist value. The sound of traffic and the footsteps of passers-by did not affect the quietly standing statues on the green lawn, and their eyes seemed to penetrate history; while a series of cold flag seats and the floating flags above seemed to be guards of time and space and ideas, looking down. Su and harmony, bold and fierce eyebrows.
Go to the top floor for 360 degree views of the city! It's free and awesome!
Great place to walk around and enjoy the building. I recommend heading to the top and taking a look it just too cool!
Classic art deco design with some nice ornamtental finishes inside. Free lookout point during business hours!
During business hours you can up to get a really high and exclusive view of the city. Open to the public!
Beautiful sunset on Los Angeles city hall!
Preston_Dominguez: 200 N. Spring St. between First and Temple, Los Angeles, CA 90012-4801
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Olvera Street,Little Tokyo,Museum of Contemporary Art,Los Angeles City Hall,The Grammy Museum