Travel to Bunker Hill
Bunker Hill Vacation: Coronavirus Information
Most Bunker Hill hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Top things to do in Bunker Hill
Skyscrapers rise above treasured architectural masterpieces and first-class art galleries, concert halls and museums in this lively corner of Downtown Los Angeles. Visit Bunker Hill, previously an affluent residential neighborhood and a working-class district; today one of LA’s many lively urban centers. Marvel at architectural monuments recognizable for their appearances in movies, music videos and television series. Tour some of the city’s finest art exhibitions in Bunker Hill. Attend varied performing arts events, dine at a bustling market and ride an antique funicular.
The Bank of America Building dominates the skyline as one of the city’s tallest buildings. Learn about Californian history at its Bank of America Heritage Center and admire Alexander Calder’s Four Arches sculpture in the plaza in front of the building.
Discover the exquisite Victorian-style craftsmanship of the Bradbury Building, a filming location for Blade Runner. High-speed elevators travel to the OUE Skyscape LA observation deck for open-air panoramic city views.
View ever-changing exhibitions by contemporary artists from around the world at The Museum of Contemporary Art. The Broad curates exhibitions from a collection of 2,000 works by 200 contemporary artists, including Andy Warhol and Barbara Kruger. Delve into the role played by the Wells Fargo Bank in the evolution of Southern California at the Wells Fargo Museum.
Enjoy a ride on the Angels Flight Railway, in operation since 1901 and dubbed the world’s shortest railway. It connects with California Plaza, a public space and venue for free outdoor summertime concerts.
For more music, the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall features performances by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. Attend a ballet or opera at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
When you get hungry, travel to the Grand Central Market. Feast on global delicacies such as Filipino buko (coconut) pie, German currywurst and Japanese ramen. Browse stalls for fresh fruits and vegetables, gourmet cheeses and aromatic spices. Art exhibitions, book fairs and movie nights take place at the market.
Bunker Hill is at the northwestern corner of Downtown Los Angeles. Get here by traveling on the metro to any of the Civic Center/Grand Park, Pershing Square or 7th Street/Metro Center stations.