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From live music to the edgiest art installations, we share an insider’s view of DTLA. Check here for monthly updates on exploring the world The Wayfarer way.

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Virtual Visits to LA

Your trip to LA may be a bit further out on the horizon, but we’ve got you covered when it comes to escapism from the comfort of your couch. Check out these incredible virtual tour options to get a head start on your LA itinerary.

Start with a map-based tour of Downtown LA. Click through different districts to zoom in on information about specific spots of interest—like the Flower Market in the Fashion District or the Italianate Victorian Pico House in Pueblo.

While events may be on hold, you can still prepare for future productivity by taking a virtual tour of the LA Convention Center.

Then there are the museums, of course. The Natural History Museum has adapted their website to include virtual exhibits and activities. The Getty has an entire Bauhaus exhibit on their website, along with downloadable coloring books. MOCA also has a calendar of online events planned to engage with their audience virtually.

So until your next visit with us, get clicking and explore the rich culture of Los Angeles from home.