- With a daily circulation of more than one million readers, the Los Angeles Times is by far the most popular newspaper in the Southland. Situated on the outskirts of downtown, the publication's headquarters is a massive building that was built in Modern style in 1935. The tour, which meets at the First Street entrance, is an educational trip through the entire publication process as well as a history of this storied American newspaper. Free tours of the original, historic plant are offered to the general public at 1:30p on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Groups of up to 20 can also schedule tours at 9:30a and 11a, as well as 1:30p Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The tours last about 45 minutes, and no children under the age of 10 are admitted. Tours must be reserved at least a week ahead of time. Tours of the actual printing plant are also available; call for details and tour times. Parking is always free at the Times garage, located at 213 South Spring Street.
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