Walt Disney Concert Hall is an internationally recognized landmark designed by Frank Gehry. It is known for its unique and stunning exterior with stainless steel curves. It is also home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, which presents the best in classical music, contemporary music, world music, and jazz.
The Concert Hall is at 111 South Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012. You can access the 2nd Street parking entrance from Grand Avenue, Northbound Hope Street, 4th Street, or Olive street to avoid the current street closures. The concert hall is used to provide entertainment to most ages. However, children six years and younger are only allowed entry to select concerts and programs.
Enter the bright and airy concert hall for a one-hour tour and learn about the history of its creation before attending a concert or event. Choose from one of the 250 concert events that are scheduled with various artists around the world. The venue has restaurants and coffee shops within the building, including convenient intermission bars for breaks during the concerts. The strategically mapped seating provides an intimate experience for everyone in the auditorium.
After your time at the concert hall, you can explore the surrounding areas for food, shopping, or adventure. The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk has local galleries, artist studios, and cultural events if you want to further your artistic outing.
Only 5 minutes away, you can experience The GRAMMY Museum, LA Live. It is an interactive museum that teaches the awards’ history and all the awards’ winners. Also located only 5 minutes away is Yardhouse, a sports bar restaurant that serves American food and is known for its large draft beers.
After meeting with Cavalier Builders inc., you can follow the directions below to visit the Walt Disney Concert Hall. It is only 22.5 miles away, and you will not be disappointed by the unforgettable experience. Click here for another place to visit.