The Bradbury Building

304 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90013- Map It
(213) 626-1893

AAA Editor Notes

The Bradbury Building, 304 S. Broadway, was built in 1893 by Louis Bradbury, who made his fortune in Mexican silver mining. A five-story sky-lit atrium includes ornate wrought-iron railings, oak paneling, glazed and unglazed brick walls, marble and tile floors and two open-cage elevators. The lobby level is open to visitors.
Free.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-6, Sat.-Sun. 9-5.