Bradbury Building
Bradbury Building
Bradbury Building

Bradbury Building

Top 1% of attractions in Los Angeles
8 / 10

10 expert reviews

“Eclectic and dramatic Victorian masterpiece that was featured in Blade Runner.”

– Not For Tourists

"Stunning wrought-iron railing, blond-wood and brick interior, ornate moldings, pink marble staircases, Victorian-style skylighted atrium that rises almost 50 feet, and a birdcage elevator." Full review
"This National Historic Landmark, built in 1893 and designed by George Wyman, is Los Angeles's oldest commercial building and one of the city's most revered architectural achievements." Full review
Lonely Planet
"This 1893 building is one of LA’s undisputed architectural jewels." Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
"Across the street from Grand Central Market is the city’s oldest landmarked building (the first floor is open to the public)." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Walk inside and you’ll be rewarded by architectural treasures inspired by an 1880’s science fiction story and a Ouija board." Full review
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