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Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3034
+1 323-850-2000
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Home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, this concert hall is designed to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated in the world.
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  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3034
+1 323-850-2000
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Another great free attraction in LA where you can take a self guided audio tour or just stroll around as you pleased. I personnally only visited the gift shop (very nice) and the third floor where I could enjoy sitting in their main concert hall...More

Thank pasares
Reviewed 2 days ago

This place will have you travel with music in your soul, just close your eyes and you'll feel you are in the Classical era. Its A must for the classical music lovers. the philharmonic must see. Plus Walt Disney Hall has a lot of exciting...More

Thank JoKeRsQaR
Reviewed 4 days ago

Sometimes a stunning building can disappoint when it comes to experiencing a performance inside. Unlike the Sydney Opera House, in my city of Sydney, the Walt Disney Concert Hall surpasses any expectations from the outside in. We visit Los Angeles often and watched as the...More

Thank grantmccahon
Reviewed 6 days ago

The Walt Disney Concert Hall is free to see and I went there for a quick visit while waiting to enter the Broad Museum. It took me like 15min. There isn't much to see, but I really liked the top floor where you see the...More

Thank Cecivaya
Reviewed 1 week ago

Attended the opera "Young Caesar" June 13, 2017. Amazing visual and audio experience. Unique use of the space. A stimulating evening that I would love to repeat. The LA Phil. New Music Group was actually made the center of performance with unusual instruments. The singers,...More

Thank MEA830
Reviewed 1 week ago

You can take a 90 minute guided tour or a 60 minute self -guided audio tour. we did the later and cut it short beacuse we were hungry. This is an amazing piece of artchitecture and the audio tour is clear and interesting. Well- worth...More

Thank Louise P
Reviewed 1 week ago

The building is really special and worth some snaps. However the day i visited has nth going on there and even the souvenir shop & restaurants were closed so didn't really expereince that much.

Thank giligulu2016
Reviewed 1 week ago

Some day I will attend a performance inside, but in the meantime, I am just thrilled to come gaze upon the structure. It's beautiful. I wish I knew about it before a long journey in Spain to see the 'cousin' building in Bilbao (the Guggenheim)....More

Thank Sandi S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The architecture of this building is amazing. As seen from the outside it looks like it will be dark inside until you walk inside and see all of the natural light coming into the building. frank gehry is an amazing architect, and this building really...More

Thank Dan H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a Gehry gem!! I worked on the Beekman Tower Gehry project in NYC so I am a fan of his work. Whether you are a design enthusiast or not, this is still an awesome visual treat.

Thank coachee1313
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Is the café on the garden level? What kind of food do the serve, and how reasonable are the prices? Thank you.
1 August 2016|
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Response from Alice C | Reviewed this property |
The café is on the first level . It has a salad bar sandwiches and usually one or two entrées . It's moderately priced particularly the entrées and the salad bar is by the weight.
We are making a weekend visit to the WD Concert Hall. Where would you suggest we stay -- near the concert hall or ourside the city? If we are near the concert hall, what is in the neighborhood?
16 February 2016|
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Response from Barbara M | Reviewed this property |
stay inside the city as traffic in los angeles is terrible and there arevery goodhotels in the downtown area. tere is aas omni withoin walking distance a westin bonaventure, the biltmore, etc.some may have packages related... More
Cheri M
Any advice for visiting with elementary-school-aged children?
27 June 2015|
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Response from TheQueen R | Reviewed this property |
If you're going to see a concert, then sure, find out what it is and if kid/s would like it. But if you're just going for a tour of the building, it's fine as is (I see all the previous comments, and they are all pretty much... More