What to See in Downtown LA
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What’s nearby when you stay at The E-Central Downtown Los Angeles Hotel? A better question is, what’s not nearby? E-Central is located in one of the hottest destinations in Downtown Los Angeles. Whether you’re looking for a concert, play, movie, festival or another event that peaks your fancy, you’ll quickly find that E-Central is always nearby.
Whether you call it “La La Land,” “The City of Angels,” “Tinseltown,” or anything else, Los Angeles has so much to offer. Be sure to check out a few of our staff’s hand-picked favorite attractions and things to do.
The Los Angeles Crypto.com Arena is home to world-class sports and entertainment events. Having been named Arena of the Year for two years in a row, it’s the home of the L.A. Lakers, L.A. Clippers, and L.A. Kings.
The Los Angeles Convention Center is a premier event venue located in downtown Los Angeles, California.
LA Live is a vibrant entertainment complex located in downtown Los Angeles.
The Peacock Theater is well-known for having one of the largest indoor stages in North America.
The Grammy Museum is a one-of-a-kind experience of the most groundbreaking moments of the recording industry.
SoFi Stadium is a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue situated in Inglewood, Los Angeles
With its prime location at the intersection of 7th Street and Figueroa Street, this shopping center offers a diverse mix of high-end fashion boutiques, popular brand stores, and a variety of dining options.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, it is known to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world.
The Original Los Angeles Flower Market is a historic and vibrant wholesale flower market located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.
Visiting the USC (University of Southern California) campus is an opportunity to experience the dynamic energy and academic excellence of one of Los Angeles' prestigious universities.
FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising) in Los Angeles is a renowned educational institution that specializes in fashion, design, and creative arts.
With over a century of history, this iconic food hall is a culinary hub that showcases a diverse range of cuisines, flavors, and cultural influences.
Located in the heart of Los Angeles, Koreatown is a vibrant and culturally rich neighborhood.
It goes without saying that Hollywood is nothing short of the epicenter of the global entertainment industry.
Take a drive through Beverly Hills and visit some of the most lavish real estate properties in the country.
Formerly a historic industrial district, The Row has been transformed into a vibrant community of boutiques, eateries, and creative spaces.
Dodger Stadium has played home to its eponymous team since their move from Brooklyn, New York in 1962.
Situated in the shadow of the famous Griffith Observatory, L.A.’s Greek Theatre is a legendary outdoor amphitheater that’s been in operation since 1931.
“Novo” is a Spanish word that means “to make new”...and creating new experiences is exactly what The Novo is all about.