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