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Walt Disney Concert Hall Self-Guided Tour

The 60-minute audio tour starts in the Grand Lobby where visitors learn about Frank Gehry’s architectural choices of interior wooden “tree trunks” and exterior curved stainless steel, as well as a Lillian Disney-inspired carpet pattern in the upper-level lobbies. Some of the most notable spaces of Walt Disney Concert Hall that visitors can explore and learn about in more detail include BP Hall, the pre-concert program space designed for smaller programs and events; the Ira Gershwin Gallery, a collection display from The Library of Congress that rotates every six months; and the garden skylight, Walt Disney Concert Hall’s largest skylight showing the contrast of the finished surfaces and the raw structural elements. As more audiences venture into The Blue Ribbon Garden, they learn exactly how it was constructed 35 feet above the ground and explore the nearly one-acre community garden and its vast amount of plants. Audiences have access to all these spaces and can also learn about some of the more minute details that make Walt Disney Concert Hall unique.


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Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S Grand Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90012