Tour The LA Times

In a world of so-called "fake media," take a tour of the LA Times and decide for yourself what's real and what's not.

The LA Times is one of the world's best newspapers, and if you were ever curious how it all comes together, the beloved paper offers free tours of their facility.

In the past year, the Los Angeles Times plant printed more than 195 million newspapers. Each week, 3,764,858 complete newspapers roll off of the presses. Watching the team work, the presses run and the robots move the giant rolls of paper provides a glimpse behind the scenes of what we like to call “the daily miracle.” We invite you to experience the printing process – and see what happens before a newspaper lands on your doorstep.

This is a great way for everyone to learn what really goes into making a newspaper come alive. For more information, call (213) 237-5757 or email

Not in the mood for a tour, the building’s grand front lobby is open to the public, with a display of the paper’s most significant front pages from over the check it out. 

The LA Times, thanks for all you do.  We ❤️you.  
Tour The LA Times Tour The LA Times Reviewed by #IheartHollywood on June 28, 2019 Rating: 5

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