A number of renowned museums and cultural pockets—including Little Ethiopia and Miracle Mile—contribute to its appeal.
Wilshire Boulevard is a main thoroughfare of central Los Angeles, making this neighborhood one of the city’s most trafficked. With museums aplenty and one of LA’s most famous shopping destinations—The Grove—nearby, Hancock Park-Wilshire is long on appeal.
Museums and large office buildings populate the heart of Hancock Park-Wilshire, but the neighborhood offers charming shops, eateries, and LA institutions as well. After admiring the contemporary art at LACMA or strolling through the historic Original Farmer’s Market’s many food stalls, folks can head to the many other nearby neighborhoods thanks to the neighborhood's central location.
With so many important LA spots to hit in a single neighborhood, spending time in Hancock Park-Wilshire means really packing it in. You’ll never run out of new museum exhibits, but the fun certainly doesn’t stop there.
Hancock Park-Wilshire is home to a variety of residential and commercial spaces, from contemporary high-rise apartment buildings to upscale mid-century flats.
A string of museums along Wilshire Boulevard represents one of the city’s most culturally-dense areas. Enjoy instant access to the renowned LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) and the Craft and Folk Art Museum, as well as the famed La Brea Tar Pits.