Opened to the public on April 16, 2011, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes is Los Angeles’ first Mexican American cultural center.
Located adjacent to the popular Olvera Street marketplace and El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument (where Los Angeles was founded in 1781), the 2.22 acre facility is a Smithsonian Affiliate and part of the Los Angeles County Arts Family.
Surrounded by 30,000 square feet of garden and housed within the newly renovated Vickrey-Brunswig Building and Plaza House on Main Street in downtown, LA Plaza invites visitors to both explore and contribute to the ongoing story of Mexicans and Mexican Americans in Los Angeles.
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