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Sign up now for the Oct. 23 Elysian Park Walking Tour

Please join us on Saturday, Oct. 23 at 10 am for the Elysian Park Walking Tour. The Elysian Park Tour focuses on the lesser known but historically rich eastern edge of the park.

This tour takes about two hours to complete and includes walking up and down hills and upon unpaved trails. Reservations are required and can be made to ephs@HistoricEchoPark.org. The tour is free to EPHS memers and $5 for all others. The tour begins at the Fremont Monument (pictured at left) near North Broadway and Elysian Park Drive. Please visit the Walking Tour section of www.HistoricEchoPark.org for information about our other tours.

The Elysian Park Walking Tour is back!

Update: This tour, originally scheduled for March 6, has been postponed the tour until March 27.

Please join us on Saturday, March 27 * at 10 am for the Elysian Park Walking Tour. The Elysian Park Tour, which is co-sponsored by Citizens Committee to Save Elysian Park, focuses on the lesser known but historically rich eastern edge of the park.

This tour takes about two hours to complete and includes walking up and down hills and upon unpaved trails. Reservations are required and can be made to ephs@HistoricEchoPark.org. The tour is free to EPHS memers and $5 for all others. The tour begins at the Fremont Monument (pictured at left) near North Broadway and Elysian Park Drive. Please visit the Walking Tour section of www.HistoricEchoPark.org for information about our other tours.

A bike ride through Elysian Park history – Sat. Nov. 1

The EPHS Elysian Park Bike Ride will be held this Saturday, Nov 1 at 10 am. Explore the historic highlights of the Elysian Park’s western edge (the route is limited to paved roads) during this guided ride. The 90-minute tour headed by Matthew Dubois will include stops at Barlow Hospital, the old Navy Armory and Police Academy. Space is extremely limited. The tour is free to EPHS members and $5 for all others. RSVP to ephs@HistoricEchoPark.org

The tour begins in the parking lot of the Grace Simons Lodge off Stadium Way. See map below.


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