El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, close to the cultural communities of Chinatown, Little Tokyo, and the Arts District. Just North of the U.S. Route 101 Freeway, the site is the historic birthplace of Los Angeles.
Our central administrative office is located at:Biscailuz Building 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite, 300 Los Angeles, California 90012. (213) 485-6855
For those taking public transportation, El Pueblo Historical Monument is directly across the street from Union Station, LA's main transportation hub. Light rail connections to the Gold Line, Red Line, Purple Line, LAX Flyaway, Dodger Stadium Express, Uber, Lyft, taxis, and local DASH bus are all located at Union Station, 834 North Alameda Street, LA CA 90012. For additional information on public transportation, see the links below:
Cyclists can rest assured that we have numerous bicycle racks located throughout the park in highly visible locations.
A Metro bike share station is also located at 834 North Alameda Street, LA CA 90012. There are 20 bike docks available.
Protected bike lanes are available on Los Angeles Street, and additional bike lanes are located on Main and Spring Streets.
Parking at El Pueblo Supports LA History! All the parking revenue from our lots are invested back into the park, supporting our museums, general maintenance, and administrative functions.
El Pueblo Historical Monument operates three parking lots for your convenience.
Lot 1 - 419 North Main Street, LA CA 90012
Lot 2 - 615 North Main Street, LA CA 90012
Lot 3 - 852 North Alameda Street, LA CA 90012
* Please note that Lot 4 (426 North Los Angeles Street) and Lot 5 (711 Alameda Street) are temporarily unavailable for public use. We apologize for the inconvenience.