800 N Alameda St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Explore Jewish LA while walking 2 to 3 miles and about 5,000 steps! We’ll travel back in time by Metro and on foot with JHS docents Stephen Sass and Jeremy Sunderland. This tour begins at the historic Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles.
We’ll explore the beginnings of Los Angeles and our Jewish community with visits to:
- Heritage Square Museum, the living history “architectural petting zoo” of Victorian-era structures
- The newly rebuilt Colonial Drug operated for six decades by Jewish pharmacist George A. Simmons and family
- Downtown Los Angeles where we’ll discover the role played by the Jewish community in the growth and development of El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de Los Angeles, the Shtetl of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels
Price includes Metro Pass. Lunch on your own.
Presented with the Jewish Historical Society of Southern California