Welcome to Highland Park
Highland Park, Los Angeles’s first suburb, is a hip and historic neighborhood located northeast of downtown L.A. and south of Pasadena. An exciting neighborhood where lifelong citizens and newer residents frequent old-school taquerias to contemporary bistros.
An ethnically diverse mix of Angelenos, including artists and intellectuals since the early 20th century.
The neighborhood of Highland Park brings together people of all backgrounds. Along with its economic revitalization over the last decade, the residents of Highland Park comprise of multi-generational families and many young professionals who tend to be liberal.
What to Expect
Highland Park’s tree-lined residential streets mix with a walkable urban culture.
Highland Park’s hilly, beautiful landscape also offers lots of places to eat with a good bar scene. From York Boulevard’s gastropubs and art galleries to Figueroa Street’s convenient Metro Gold Line stop contribute to Highland Park’s bursting nightlife.
A long history filled with art and architecture blends smoothly with the hipster haven that is rooted in Highland Park.
Highland Park is a must-visit for foodies and historic home buffs from all over. Newer as well as older residents can appreciate that everything is in walking distance or perhaps just a short Uber ride away!
Historic LA is on display within this city’s first suburb.
Elaborate Victorian homes can be found in Highland Park’s Heritage Square Museum. This plaza also includes a church, train depot and a corner drug store from the late 19th century. This significant site is especially fun to visit when its history comes to life through costumed performers and hands-on exhibits during various times throughout the year.
A rise of new businesses over the past decade support an eclectic mix of historic old and new, help define today’s Highland Park.
Refurbished historic Victorian homes and Craftsman bungalows as well as modest to modern homes populate the neighborhood of Highland Park.
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Considered the next capital of L.A. cool while providing accessible history signifies this neighborhood of Highland Park.
Outdoor adventure, history lessons, cute shops, hip bars, great food from street vendors to new restaurants all help to fill a day in Highland Park for its residents and tourists alike.