LA Fashion & Flower District: Private Historical Tour
Los Angeles
Discover the rich history of LA's Fashion and Flower District on a private tour. Learn about immigrant communities and the district's role during WWII. Book now!
Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
  • SOS flowers market - Visit The Original LA Flower market - a 55,000 square foot warehouse where film, commercial, leisure, and wedding professionals come to buy flowers each day wholesale.
  • California Flower Mall - Admire the California Flower Mall: This is another popular flower market in the district, offering a wide variety of flowers and plants at competitive prices.
  • The Santee Alley - Shop in Santee Alley, surrounded by people in the industry looking for the best bargains where you can find trendy apparel, electronics, luggage, perfumes, and accessories all on sale - but beware of counterfeits.
  • Cooper Design Space - Explore the Cooper Design Space, an Art Deco building originally used as a warehouse that has become a popular destination for fashion events and to find unique, limited edition fashion items.
What's Included
  • Plenty of time for photo ops
  • Professional private tour guide
  • Included Flower Market admission
What's Not Included
  • Gratuities
  • Food and drink
  • Transportation
  • Hotel pickup/drop-off
Additional Information

Embrace the vibrant energy of downtown LA’s flower and fashion districts, a daily hub for local professionals sourcing everything from bulk flower arrangements to unbranded clothing for media productions.

Experience the lively atmosphere of this bustling area. Picture yourself working in the bustling film world of Hollywood or Orange County, interacting with individuals who have turned their unique talents into a livelihood.

The LA Flower District boasts a deep and rich history dating back more than a hundred years when floriculturalists first started vending their wares on the streets of Downtown LA. During the second World War, the district served as a source of floral cheer for soldiers and their families, and also stood as a focal point for interned Japanese-Americans.

On this personalized tour, you will be educated about the district’s history, the two core areas, and the invaluable contribution of immigrant communities in keeping the downtown area thriving since the initial arrival of Mexican immigrants over five centuries ago.

SOS flowers market
Wall Street
Please ensure to meet your guide in front of the Original Los Angeles Flower Market, located at 754 Wall St., between 7th and 8th St.
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Select Date and Tickets
minimum 2 guests
up to 10 guests
April 2024