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Los Angeles

Discover how Los Angeles evolved from a humble pueblo to an ever-growing metropolis. See how Angelenos did their banking, and stayed connected, before the digital age.

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Due to the Covid-19 virus, all Wells Fargo Museums will be closed temporarily to ensure the ongoing safety of the public and our employees.
We are monitoring the situation and will re-open as conditions allow.

Visit us

333 S. Grand Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed on bank holidays
Free admission

What you can do here

Experience 1880s shopping

For Mexicans in the 1880s, the Guia was a shopping tool as valuable as your smartphone. The catalog showed the latest American goods available to order.

What you can do here

Browse historic LA maps

About 1,600 people lived in Los Angeles in 1850. Today, it is 4 million. See how a sleepy town grew into the second-most populous city in the United States.

What you can do here

See wagon banner ads

Moving advertising— like signs on buses — is not a new idea. In the 1910s, express wagons displayed colorful banners designed by artists, some who went on to be famous.

Book a group tour

Our historians will make the museum come alive for your class or other large group through artifacts, stories, and hands-on experiences.

Call us at 213-253-7166 or email wfmuseum.la@wellsfargo.com to discuss our group visit options. All tours are free.

Upcoming events

Check back soon for information about upcoming programs and events.

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Museum store

Browse gifts, collectibles, apparel, and accessories inspired by our rich history.

Hunter 18" Plush Pony
Stagecoach Salt and Pepper Shakers
Wooden Stagecoach Replica
Canvas Tote - 25th Anniversary
Stagecoach cookie jar
Wells Fargo keychain anniversary
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