Discover L.A.'s Visitor Information Centers

The L.A. Tourism Board's multilingual and multicultural staff are ready to help you navigate Los Angeles.

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One of four Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board visitor centers

Visit one of the L.A. Tourism Board's Visitor Information Centers, where multilingual and multicultural staff are ready to help you make the most of your experience in Los Angeles. Team members are experts in all things Los Angeles and can provide a wealth of information on what to see, where to stay, where to eat, and how to get there. You can even purchase tickets to a wide variety of Los Angeles area attractions.

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InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown



Check out the L.A. Visitor Center right before the glass enclosed lobby of the Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown convenient to FIGat7th and STAPLES Center. The large pictorial backdrop of an orange sunset splashing light over the Los Angeles basin compliments the array of eye-catching brochures available about Los Angeles. Experts on L.A. will be here to help you answer any questions, whether about hotels or food or transportation.

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Hollywood & Highland



Steps away from landmarks like the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame and TCL Chinese Theatre, as well as the Dolby Theatre, home of the Academy Awards®, is the L.A. Visitor Information Center at Hollywood & Highland. Dozens of brochures are here for you to peruse. L.A. ambassadors can explain where to eat, play, shop and stay.

Ticket Concourse, Union Station | Photo: Yuri Hasegawa

Ticket Concourse, Union Station | Photo: Yuri Hasegawa

Union Station



At Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles, you'll find an L.A. Visitor Information Center, where brochures and friendly tourism experts can deepen your understanding of Los Angeles. Convenient to all major public transportation systems and Amtrak.

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San Pedro/Los Angeles Waterfront



Against the backdrop of the Port of Los Angeles and the LA Waterfront, where the past meets the present at the doorstep of America's largest trading gateway, you'll find an L.A. Visitor Information Center stocked with brochures about the latest and greatest attractions in Los Angeles. Los Angeles experts will be able to answer questions about where to eat, stay and play.