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Los Angeles Conservancy [CA]

The Los Angeles Conservancy is dedicated to the recognition, preservation, and revitalization of the architectural and cultural heritage of greater Los Angeles. THe group offers fun activities for adults and kids alike, including youth and family docent-led and self-guided walking tours. They also provide several kids’ guides to historic places in Los Angeles, activities for teachers, parents, and kids, and additional resources to explore the history of L.A.

Visit the website for more information about kids' guides, lesson plans and activities for teachers that adhere to California teaching standards.

 
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