Building, Historic Site, Parking
- This architectural landmark was built in 1893 and designed by George Wyman who was convinced to take the job after receiving a message to do so from his deceased brother through a Ouija board.
- Go inside, look up, marvel.
- Tourists are limited to the first floor.
- Famous filming location of Blade Runner (1982), the first movie with outstanding special effects depicting the future in LA in 2019. Follow the digital revolution with Zegna and live the first 3D shop
- This is the site of an important meeting for Tom in 500 Days of Summer.
- The simplistic exterior of this building gives no hint to the ornate, five-story, Victorian-style atrium inside - the setting to countless movies, including Blade Runner and Chinatown.
- Add this to a walking tour of downtown LA movie locations, which also include spots like the Millennium Biltmore Hotel & the Westin Bonaventure.
- Anyone seen Priss??
- The Bradbury Bldg is 1 of LA's most beautiful bldgs. Go @metrolosangeles 2 Pershing Square & walk 2 Broadway & 3rd. #dtla
- Check out the building!
- Definitely worth walking inside to look around
- "Accidentally" went on the elevator one time. The building's interior is exquisite - a wrought-iron sight to behold. They don't make things like this anymore...
- It's that building from that movie!
- , Blade Runner.
- *Beautiful* building. Also: BLADERUNNER!!!
- Who doesn't love taking a picture sitting on a bench with a life-size (i.e., tiny) Charlie Chaplin?! Originally made for Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel, he's glad to be home.
- the final scene from (500) Days of Summer was filmed here. It's beautiful inside--check it out!
- The outside, while nice, doesn't prepare you for the crazy beautiful iron grill work inside. A secret treasure.
- Bring a Camera, it'll be worth it.
- Blade Runner