As the oldest section of Los Angeles, where the city was first established in 1781 as a farming community, the El Pueblo has an authentic, Spanish-style feel. The area comprises 26 historical structures, 11 of which are open to the public, as well as the famous Olvera street, which is full of local, independent vedors selling a range of goods.
El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument
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Things to do
Day of the Dead at El Pueblo
Peruse altars in the plaza of El Pueblo at this Day of the Dead celebration. Expect plenty of festive wares from the merchants on Olvera Street, along with children's crafts in the morning and a candlelight procession every night. Stop by during weekends...Festivals Sunday October 25 2015 - Tuesday November 3 2015 FreeRead more