Thursday, March 18, 2010
LA Heritage Day is quickly approaching on Sunday, April 11, 2010. It will be held at Heritage Square Museum (3800 Homer Street, L.A. 90031), and admission is free if you download the flyer for free admission here.
What more do you need to know?
There will be over 1000 attendees and 100 heritage organizations, historical societies, museums, and preservation groups present.
This year will also feature...
- a scavenger hunt for kids and "young at heart,"
- ongoing Heritage Showcase with a new "act" every 15 minutes throughout the day,
- Pink's Hot Dogs for sale on site,
- "open houses" of the historic homes at Heritage Square Museum,
- activities for kids,
- historic demonstrations,
- and much, much more!
How to get there:
You can drive a park, but you might have to walk a block or two. OR, this year, there are two options that are driving alternatives:
1. You can "Go Metro" and take Metro to the Heritage Square Gold Line Station and a free shuttle will take you to the entrance of the museum. OR...
2. You can ride your bike to Heritage Square Museum where special, secure bicycle parking has been arranged for the special event.
Don't miss the largest heritage event in LA County!
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