Note:  Due to the current COVID-19 virus, all Las Angelitas Tours are cancelled until further notice.

Click Here to view the 20-minute video “Roots of El Pueblo:  The Beginning of Los Angeles.” 

For the duration of the Mayor’s Safer-At-Home Initiative, El Pueblo Historical Monument is offering two free facilitated digital tours, “The Founding of Los Angeles and A General History of El Pueblo” and “Exploring The América Tropical Interpretive Center.”

These tours are given Monday through Thursday at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12 noon.

If you would like to book a digital tour, click Tour Request or email eptours@lacity.org.

Los Angeles' original 1781 settlers are listed on the Pobladores plaque.

Docent led tour at Pobladores plaque located in the Plaza

Las Angelitas del Pueblo offers free walking tours of El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, home to the Pico House, Olvera Street, the Avila Adobe and other fascinating remnants of our city’s past.

Las Angelitas docents guide visitors on an imaginative journey through the early history of Los Angeles from its beginnings as a Spanish farming community, to its heyday as a center of Californio culture during the Mexican rancho period, and, finally, to the changes that accompanied the U.S. takeover, putting Los Angeles on the path to becoming the American metropolis we know today. Please see Free Tours for details.

Interested in volunteering to become a docent? The next Docent Training class will be held in February and March, 2021. See Become a Docent for more information.

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