L.A. City History Trail

L.A.City History Trail




Learn more about early Los Angeles history!

See history up close. Check out L.A. City History Trail, designed and developed by Amigos de los Rios.

The Los Angeles City History Trail starts at Union Station and meanders two miles through Olvera, Cesar Chavez, Main, Spring, N.Broadway, and Hill streets.

The L.A. City History Trail includes 20 points of interest, starting at Union Station.

Download the document below which includes the trail signage for the historical locations and learn some interesting facts about the early origins of Los Angeles and where you can go today to see them up close.

Amigos vision: develop the Expanded Emerald Necklace, an inter-connected network of multi-benefit trails, parks, and greenways touching 67 cities and unincorporated areas, and connecting over 3.7 million residents throughout LA County and Catalina Island.

If you would like to help Amigos de los Rios create more trails and green spaces in Los Angeles, volunteer at one of our weekly events or make a tax deductible donation today! Thank you!


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