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- Free Summer Activity for Town Hall Members!
August 7, 2019
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
History buff? Architecture fan? Join us for a special walking tour of the architectural treasures on Grand Avenue and the Financial District in downtown LA with Robert Inman, an award-winning urban walker and frequent collaborator of his mentor, Dr. Robert W. Winter. Inman recently completed the 6th Edition update of “An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles. This Guidebook is often regarded as the go-to definitive source for the City’s noteworthy designs, ranging from historic to modern.
Tour highlights include the US Bank Tower, the Bunker Hill steps, Water Court at California Plaza, Walt Disney Concert Hall and its Blue Ribbon Garden, the Broad Museum and adjoining Otium Restaurant and the Bonaventure Hotel. Tour concludes at City National Plaza (Gensler) with book sales and signing with the author. Fun fact: Inman is the author of A Guide to the Stairways of Los Angeles (2008) and Finding Los Angeles by Foot: Stairstreet, Bridge, Pathway, and Lane (2013).
Free event to Town Hall members. Pre-registration is required; space is limited. This 90-minute activity consists of city walking on uneven streets and stairs.
***Everyone must be pre-registered. Unable to accommodate latecomers or walk-ups.
US Bank Tower Lobby
633 W. Fifth Street
Los Angeles 90071
***Please allow ample time to park and arrive at tour location.
9:30AM Check-in at US Bank Tower
10:00AM Walking tour with Robert Inman departs
11:30AM Tour concludes at City National Plaza (Gensler)
Book sales and signing by Robert Inman
12:30PM Event concludes
$12.00 early-bird parking is available at the World Trade Center before 10AM; US Bank Tower is one-block away. Parking is available at US Bank Tower at prevailing day rates. Use of public transportation is encouraged. US Bank Tower is in the vicinity of the Pershing Square stop or the 7th Street/Metro Center stop on the Red Line.