The Italian American Museum of Los Angeles (Italian: "Museo Italo Americano di Los Angeles" & abbreviated IAMLA) is a museum located in dwntwn LA, Calif is part of the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument & is dedicated to the history, experience & continuing contributions of Italian Americans & Italians in Southern Calif & USA & is the 1st such museum in Southern Calif. The museum opened on Sunday, August 14, 2016 & has presented historical exhibits on Italians in LA, including Sunshine & Struggle & a variety of educational & cultural events. Furthermore, the museum is now located in the Italian Hall, a historic building listed on the National Register of Historic Places constructed in 1908 to serve as the cultural center for the Italian community. Located in what was once the core of the city's Italian enclave, the Italian Hall was the site of countless events (weddings, meetings & concerts) & Now, the Italian Hall is the oldest surviving structure from LA's Little Italy.
Back on Sunday, August 14, 2016, I went to visit the Italian American Museum Of Los Angeles and on my way there, I noticed that there was a fair going on. After I finished visiting the museum, I stopped by the Fair and Really Enjoyed Myself. The fair which was called the 2016 IYF Culture Exhibition represented 50 countries from around the world which included experiencing the various types of languages, culture, food, fashion and games all in a Single Day! I got to see a lot of dance performances, try various foods, hear various languages being spoken and receive a lot of interesting literature and travel brochures uncase I may want to visit a particular country in the future. For me, this was very Interesting. I even got to pet, kiss and hold a snake as well during my visit! I just want to personally Thank the Organizers for Putting On A Fantastic World's Fair and sorry that I could not attend the evening concert, but I am sure that it was a Blast! Howard Paul Shore Attendee
This is one of the best market. Great varieties and good prices. It's not the same as 10 years ago. It has more stuff now and better managed. It also has dinner now. Love this place and would love to see it getting better and better.