Miracle Mile Art Deco Walking Tour
Join the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles to step back in time - - literally - on our signature walking tour of L.A.'s iconic Miracle Mile!
Born in the 1920s, this brainchild of A.W. Ross was conceived as a street to rival the great boulevards of Europe - - elegant and spacious, populated by stylish shops- - and the chicest people! (And this being Los Angeles, plenty of available parking!) A.W. Ross's dream has developed into one of the country's most famous urban enclaves - - featuring a treasure trove of Art Deco
This sidewalk safari is led by Eric Lynxwiler of the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles.
The tour begins at the Stiles Clements-designed, black and gold terra cotta bank building at 5209 Wilshire - - come join the ADSLA and explore the neighborhood block by block to see what the area was, what it is and what it will be!
Comfortable walking shoes, hat, sunscreen and water suggested. 2-hour metered parking available in the area. Please read signs carefully.
The tour begins near Wilshire and La Brea and ends near Wilshire and Hauser, so plan your parking accordingly. In other words, the tour doesn't make a loop back to where we started.
Tour participants should be in good health and able to walk a mile.
ADSLA Members: $10 per person (membership must be current)
Non-members: $15 per person
Tickets on sale now. This is a reservation only event. No walk-ins, please.
Outside Stiles Clements (Deco) building (View)
5209 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|