Walt Disney Concert Hall

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111 S Grand Ave (btwn 1st & 2nd St)
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 972-7211
Concert Hall, Performing Arts, Landmark

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  • Home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, this 3.6-acre complex designed by architect Frank Gehry was initially funded by Lillian Disney, widow of Walt Disney
  • More than just an architectural marvel! Designed by Yasuhisa Toyota, the sound in the main room is perfectly pristine! The multilevel downtown complex includes a bookstore, a cafe & several bars.
  • Frank Geary at his best. Try to take a boring photograph of this thing. Just try.
  • check out Gehry's masterpiece Disney Hall (@laphil). Go @metrolosangeles 2 Civic Cntr & walk 2 blocks west
  • Look for the "Rose for Lilly" designed by Gehry as a tribute to Lillian Disney, knowing that she loved Royal Deft porcelain. More than 200 vases and 8,000 tiles were used for the fountain.
  • see the la philharmonic
  • Just get here and visit it.
  • See Gustavo Dudamel conduct the Los Angeles Philharmonic at this stainless steel landmark, designed by Frank Gehry.
  • Enjoy the L.A. Phil? You can also listen to their performances on KUSC-FM.
  • Find your way behind the hall to make a wish and toss a coin into "A Rose for Lilly" - the rose-shaped fountain made from Royal Delft Porcelain. For more DTLA parks, see "More info"!
  • Walk up the stairs at Grand & 2nd and take a stroll through the garden...it's a little oasis in the middle of the city.
  • Go see Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Philharmonic.
  • take the stairs to the top, and take in a panoramic view of DTLA.
  • As if the fact that Frank Gehry designed this architectural wonder wasnt enough, Disney Hall also enjoys musical direction by one of the most compelling conductors in the world: Gustavo Dudamel.
  • Designed by Frank Gehry, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is an architectural masterpiece and one of the most recognizable landmarks in Los Angeles. Stop by the gardens for amazing views of Downtown LA.
  • Observe the unique typography used around the building. This typeface, "A Font Called Frank" (named after Frank Gehry, the architect) was designed for Walt Disney Concert Hall by Bruce Mau Design.
  • Every seat in the house.
  • Season passes are the way to go. Fantastic acoustics and a world class orchestra with the redoubtable Gustavo Dudamel conducting-the entire season is a joy.
  • The garden on the 3rd floor is beautiful! Make sure to check out the beautiful mosaic rose fountain.
  • Free parking for juror, scan your jury summon at the gate. Free to go in and out anytime.