Olvera Street

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  • Address: 125 Paseo De La Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Walking Area, Street Market, Family And Kids, Streets

Olvera Street - Review

Olvera Street is one of the oldest streets of Los Angeles. That is probably the reason why you would definitely find a lot of history attached to each nook and corner of this city.  It used to be a part of Chinatown in the past, but with passing time, its location had to be changed. The new location is a lot more lively and a lot more frequented by tourists and locals alike. There are 27 buildings of various ages still standing on Olvera Street, including the Avila Adobe (1818), the Pelanconi House (1857), and the Sepulveda House (1887). Sablo De Gloria is an important event held before Easter which is considered as a blessing of animals. Visit Olvera street and time travel with its tiny shops lined up, the colour and charm of an old town and catch a glimpse of old Spanish culture.

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Olvera Street Information

  • Guided tours are available.

How To reach Olvera Street by Public Transport

  • Metrolink
  • Metro train
  • Buses to the main Street
  • Los Angeles Street
  • Arcadia Street
  • Alameda Street or Cesar Chavez Boulevard

Restaurants Near Olvera Street

  • Las Anitas
  • El Rancho Grande

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TripHobo Highlights for Olvera Street

  • Olvera Street Address: 125 Paseo De La Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012, United States
  • Olvera Street Timing: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm
  • Olvera Street Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Olvera Street(preferred time): 05:00 pm - 07:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Olvera Street: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Olvera Street

  • 2.49% of people who visit Los Angeles include Olvera Street in their plan

  • 38.89% of people start their Olvera Street visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Olvera Street

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

80.56% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Olvera Street

People normally club together The Last Bookstore and The Los Angeles Music Center while planning their visit to Olvera Street.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Olvera Street, Los Angeles Reviews

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  • An overwhelming plethora of smells, sounds and sights, this street embraces the soul of Mexican culture in the very heart of Los Angeles. Indulge in some authentic Mexican food, trail along the and satisfy your inner shopaholic at the local shops, stand and listen to the mariachis playing around you, take a tour of history through the Avila Adobe or just sit in, relax and take in the warmth of the vibrant atmosphere. This street offers something for everyone. No disappointment.

  • Its quaint...... Picturesque..... with thee best LEATHER belt selections anywhere!! For about 20 bux i finally found a solid belt that will last me more than 6 months!! Malls seldom or maybe never have solid belts.... They have those that last 3 months on average. Great Place to visit.

  • Local people do use this plaza, just chilling. There are also homeless people taking naps there as well. Sometimes, you will see school buses or tourist buses stop by because Olvera Street is one of the tourist attraction spots. There is a Tour Office right near the plaza, right next to the Fire House. They give FREE tour about the historic sites in this neighborhood. It is very informative. Besides shopping and dinning at Olvera Street, there are a few museums near by as well. The Tour Office has all the information.

  • It's not Disneyland; it's remnants from our not so distant past, 100 to 200 years ago (in Los Angeles). Our parents took us to old places like this when we were kids. Now it brings back fond memories. For visitors: take the tours. Read the historic plaques. Eat some good food and take pictures.

  • Nice and wonderful place in los Angeles.. you will find a real Mexico shops and cultural.. the are museum there .. it one of older houses in LA .. food are nice .. and there is small shops are selling fresh ice creams and juices .. it's one of lovely place I have been in LA .. I love it .. you have to see it ..

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