This 27-storey skyscraper is one of the landmarks of Los Angeles, its clear white façade standing out against the deep blue sky. From its top, you can see the whole city of Los Angeles and, on a clear day, even the ocean.
Los Angeles City Hall used to be the tallest building in LA. Though this is no longer true, it still remains the tallest skyscraper with free entry. Its interior is an interesting sight in its own right, with beautiful domes, arches and marble decorations. You can also admire portraits of LA’s mayors with a list of their accomplishments on one of the floors near the top of the building.
Not all parts of the building are open to the public. The top floor, however, is freely accessible even without a guide. A lift carries you to the upper floors and a second one to the final floor. The roof itself can only be reached via stairs though. Be ready for a security check upon entering the building, also be aware that although entry into the City Hall is free, parking near the building is quite costly.
Mon - Fri: 9 am - 5 pm
May be closed because of official matters even without prior notice.
Free tours of the central rotunda, the press room and council chambers.
Official Website https://www.lacity.org/
More information http://www.discoverlosangeles.com/what-to-do/city-los-angeles
Phone +1 213 473 3231
Address 200 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA
Coordinates 34°3'12.96" N -118°14'34.8" E