A 72-Hour Itinerary of Historic Los Angeles

Warner Grand Theatre | Photo courtesy of Mr Gold, Flickr

Los Angeles is rich with landmarks of times gone by. From historic hotels to architectural works like the 121-year-old Bradbury Building, the city brims with echoes of the past. And with two other benchmarks of historical significance a bit farther afield - the port town of San Pedro to the south and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum in Simi Valley to the north - visiting history buffs are certain to find plenty of fodder for their passion.

Read on for more 72-hour itineraries that will help you discover the best of Los Angeles.

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304 S. Broadway
90013 Los Angeles, CA
Free
478 W. Sixth St.
90731 San Pedro, CA
3601 S. Gaffey St.
90731 San Pedro, CA
Free
125 Paseo de la Plaza
90012 Los Angeles, CA
Free
3601 S. Gaffey St.
90731 San Pedro, CA
Free
118 E. Sixth St.
90014-2006 Los Angeles, CA
Moderate
1001 N. Alameda St.
90012 Los Angeles, CA
Cheap
125 Paseo de la Plaza
90012 Los Angeles, CA
Free
506 S. Grand Ave.
90071 Los Angeles, CA
Moderate
250 S. Harbor Blvd.
90731 San Pedro, CA
327 West 7th St
90731 San Pedro, CA
Moderate
800 N Alameda St
90012 Los Angeles, CA
110 E. 22nd St.
90731 San Pedro, CA
615 S. Broadway
90014 Los Angeles, CA
617 S. Olive St.
90014 Los Angeles, CA
Expensive