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General Info
Established in 1971, the Los Angeles Convention Center is an exhibition and convention facility that features more than 60 meeting rooms that are spread over an area of nearly 145,000 square feet. The center also features a presentation theater that has a seating capacity of up to 290 people. The Los Angeles Convention Center also provides a variety of food items and beverages for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The center offers event planning and online order placement services. Its facilities are available on rent for organizing several formal and informal events, such as conferences, career fairs and expos. The Los Angeles Convention Center maintains several exhibition halls that extend over an area of approximately 720,000 square feet.
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat - SunClosed
Extra Phones

Fax: (213) 765-4440

Payment method
all major credit cards, cash, debit
South Park, Downtown Los Angeles, Central LA
ADA Compliant Facility With Visitor Accommodations

Los Angeles Convention Center

Places Of Interest, Conference Centers, Convention Information, Convention Services & Facilities, Event Ticket Sales, Meeting & Event Planning Services, Party & Event Planners, Tourist Information & Attractions, Trade Shows, Expositions & Fairs, Wedding Reception Locations & Services
Other Information

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Parking: Garage, Paid, Street, Lot

Specialties: Conventions, Convention Centers, Meetings, Trade Shows


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A decent location for conventions and events. Depending on the attendance, it may have heavy traffic, primarily due to the roads around the convention center. Convention parking is $20/$25 depending on times.



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Great Spread of Architecture!

The Los Angeles Convention Center is definitely a mecca in the city's downtown area. At least once in a tourists' or local citizens' lifetime, they more than likely will have to visit this huge stomping ground. I went for the first time for the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show and really enjoy the easy navigation of the building, and beautiful floor space and layout of each of the car brand sections. Really enjoyed the scene and the organization of the show. However, it was a bit chilly outside so to have to walk out one side of the building to walk to the next side (From South to West Hall) was a bit much. But overall, it was a fond experience that I will hopefully participate in again.