Planning a Day Trip with the Highland Park Field Guides | KCET
Planning a Day Trip with the Highland Park Field Guides
This week we launched the Highland Park Field Guides, a curated exploration of culture, recreation, food and sightseeing in the dense and historic neighborhood in Northeast L.A. After exploring the cultural history of the area this Fall, we've been crafting and finessing this interactive tool for discovering just how wonderful Highland Park can be.
The Field Guides is broken down into eight categories:
Using the guides, we came up with a day-long exploration of many things that Highland Park has to offer:
We've only scratched the surface of everything that Highland Park has to offer. Use our Field Guide to plan your trip by interest, location, or appetite and you will find your path to enjoying the neighborhood a little bit better.
Be sure to share your thoughts on the Highland Park Field Guide with comments, future suggestions, and of course photographs and stories from your adventures!
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