El Pueblo Historical Monument Tours
El Pueblo Historical Monument is excited to once again host free in-person tours of the general history of El Pueblo and the America Tropical Interpretive Center! All 18+ visitors to El Pueblo’s museums and indoor portions of Olvera Street restaurants must show proof of vaccination.
Additionally, El Pueblo will continue to offer three free facilitated digital tours of the history of El Pueblo, the America Tropical Interpretive Center, and Historical Women of El Pueblo!
Scheduled In-Person tours are offered Tuesday through Thursday at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., and 12 p.m.
Digital Tours are offered Tuesday through Thursday at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., and 12 p.m.
Please allow (4) to (7) business days for processing.
See what educators are saying about El Pueblo's Tours!
- "Your teachings were so perfect for my class. We are also celebrating Indigenous Heritage Month in replacement of Thanksgiving, so your book presentation aligned perfectly with our unit."
- "My students were engaged the entire time, and I feel that they learned so much from your lesson!"
- "Thanks for the wonderful experience. I absolutely loved it, and will use it as a springboard for more Social Studies lessons!"
- "My students learned so much about Siqueiros, the mural, and about early Los Angeles that will most certainly complement what they are reading and studying. Several of them emailed to express their delight with the experience."
Free Museums and Attractions
The World Famous Olvera Street is open every day of the year, usually from 9 am to 6 pm. Restaurants and shops generally open later during weekends, major events, and summer months.
Over 2 million visitors come to El Pueblo annually to enjoy our free museums and attractions, such as: