Very cool panorama views of the whole city from the top. Does not get busy at all and I think it's a gem. A bit old and dated but it's definitely worth a visit.
The views of downtown and beyond from the 27th floor observation deck are impressive and helped us, as first-time visitors and on foot, see where different downtown points of interest were that we wanted to visit. The building is an impressive example of 1920s architecture. Access to the observation deck is free. However, one has to clear security and access... More
The architecture, the history, the locale, and the interior are all part of what makes downtown LA a fascinating place to explore if you have done your homework on the locale, and have some time to spend exploring the city at your leisure.
I recently did a photography journey through downtown and wandered into City Hall. I asked the guards if there was anything to see and they recommended the 27th floor observation deck. It is open to the public til 5 p.m. Wow, what a treat!! Amazing views of downtown are a photographer's dream and there were plenty to be had from... More
If you're in downtown, it is certainly a must! The achitecture on the 3rd and 4th floors is very cool with intricately laid tiles. The 26th and 27th floors, the top ones, are surreal and the view is great!
Los Angeles city hall is recognized around the world for it's distinct architecture. This world famous landmark opened in 1928. There's a lot of history here as free tours of this building will take you from the basement level all the way to the top observation level for spectacular city views. Tours will also take you to the heart of... More
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