Plan Your Visit
LA Plaza Cocina is located in LA Plaza Village in the El Pueblo Monument area of Downtown Los Angeles.
555 N Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
LA Plaza Cocina aims to provide a safe and healthy environment for both its visitors and students. For the safety of LA Cocina’s staff and visitors, the following guidelines are in place to maintain an enjoyable and safe experience:
To mitigate risks associated with COVID-19, LA Plaza Cocina reserves the right to implement health restrictions in line with government guidelines, warnings, or guidance at any time and to communicate these to our visitors on our website, social media, or in person at our site.
Starting June 5, 2022, LA Plaza Cocina is requiring that all guests wear a mask when visiting our 555 N. Spring St. location.
For COVID-19 guidelines regarding our Culinary Programs, please see ‘Culinary Program Guidelines’ for more information.
Our gallery is back to normal capacity. LA Plaza Cocina will continue to clean and sanitize our gallery and museum gift store regularly.
Visitors experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19 or who have recently been in contact with a person experiencing symptoms, are asked not to attend our museums, offices, or events.
LA Plaza Cocina has various locations available for public parking. See below for locations and map information.
LA Plaza Cocina is happy to accommodate group visits. Currently, these tours are self-guided unless otherwise noted.
LA Plaza Cocina is currently not making reservations for Self-Guided Groups. These reservations will resume in the Spring of 2023.
If you would like to be updated for these dates, please fill out the form via the link here: 2023 Group Inquiry Form.
LA Plaza Cocina abides by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), by allowing “service animals” only into all public areas of the museum. Definition of “service animal” as defined by the ADA is “any dog that is individually trained to work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.”
This can also extend to miniature horses (additional requirements for miniature horses are explained in Behavior of Service Animals below). Dogs and miniature horses are the only animals recognized by Federal and State Law.