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!
Completed in 1928, City Hall's architect used a classical temple as inspiration for a base that supports a 28-story tower that has become a symbol of the city. The interior public spaces are Byzantine in ornamentation. A cynic might suggest that Los Angeles's administrative structure and often, its politics, are equally Byzantine.
People don't like city hall because it represents the government and nothing comes good with government except for keeping order and the peace. They redesigned it and made it more colorful and added glowing effects when special people pass away and they have lots of events held in their courtyard. They have a green patch of an area for people to picnic on special days.