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Las Angelitas docents guide visitors on a 50-minute journey through the early history of Los Angeles from its beginnings as a Spanish farming community, to its heyday as a center of Californio culture during the Mexican rancho period, and, finally, to the changes that accompanied the U.S. invasion and subsequent victory, putting Los Angeles on the path to becoming the American metropolis we know today.

Las Angelitas Del Pueblo Tour

FREE 50-minute walking tours of historic El Pueblo de Los Angeles are offered at 10 am, 11 am and 12 pm Noon.

Walk-ins are welcome. Groups of ten or more, or groups with special needs, should make a reservation by contacting El Pueblo Visitor’s Center at (213) 628-1274 or by clicking Tour Request at least one week before the requested tour date. If the requested date is available, you will receive a confirmation via email. Tours start at the office of Las Angelitas del Pueblo on the south side of the Plaza, next to the historic Firehouse. Look for the green awning. On the day of your tour, meet your docent at the office of Las Angelitas del Pueblo a few minutes before your tour is scheduled to begin. If you need to cancel your tour, please notify the Visitors Center by calling 213-485-8437.

Viernes / Friday May 2, 10am, 11am, 12Noon

5deMayo L.A. Business Mixer

CincoDe METRO Rider Especial

Draft Beers
Bottled Beer
Wine ‐ Merlot or Chardonnay
Sangria - Red or White
House Margaritas ‐ Blended or On The Rocks
California Fruit Margaritas with Jose Cuervo Gold Tequila: Strawberry, Mango or Peach

Top Shelf Mixed Drinks:
Patrón Tequila      Grey Goose Vodka      Bombay Sapphire Gin      Bacardi Rum     Captain Morgan Rum      Maker’s Mark Whiskey      Johnny Walker Black

Drink Responsibly!

Take the Train Home!

Location: El Paseo Inn, Olvera Street, LA, CA

Partial proceeds benefit the El Pueblo De L.A.





Viernes / Friday May 2, 4-7pm

Cinco De Mayo

VIP Reception

Friday May 2nd​

7 pm - 12 am


Invitation Only Event. All News Media email JC Diaz
Location: Pico House, Olvera Street, LA, CA

Hosted by the Nightlife Foundation & Assoc.
Partial proceeds benefit the El Pueblo De L.A.

El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, through the effective management of its commercial, historical and cultural resources, supports, promotes, safeguards and preserves the City’s birthplace and heritage by celebrating our diversity and traditions with community events and educational programs for all people to enjoy.


Attractions at El Pueblo include:

  • América Tropical Interpretive Center

  • Avila Adobe

  • Chinese American Museum

  • Firehouse Museum

  • La Plaza de Cultura y Artes

  • Olvera Street Mexican marketplace

  • Our Lady Queen of Angels Church

  • Pico House

  • Sepulveda House

Attractions in development include:

  • Italian American Museum of Los Angeles

  • Merced Theatre

  • Plaza United Methodist Church, Museum of Social Justice

El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument is near the site of the early pueblo or town where 44 settlers of Native American, African and European heritage journeyed more than 1000 miles across the desert from present-day northern Mexico and established Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles del Ríode Porciúncula on September 4, 1781.


Since its founding, the city of Los Angeles has become one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas. Today, as a department of the City of Los Angeles, El Pueblo is a living museum that continues to fulfill its unique role as the historic and symbolic heart of the city, celebrating the Native American, African American, Spanish, Anglo, Mexican, Chinese, Italian and French cultures that contributed to its early history. Of the Monument’s twenty-seven historic buildings eleven are open to the public as businesses or have been restored as museums.


Enjoy Drinks and Food for a good cause. Partial Proceeds benefit the El Pueblo Park Association (EPPA) a 501 (C) 3 organization.


A Special Thank You to our VIP Sponsors

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