Wilmington's Historic Gems: Stroll Through History on April 28

On April 28 CicLAvia will head back to Wilmington, a community where you can see some of the region's earliest history. 

Join us for CicLAvia—Wilmington featuring LA2050 for a walk (or ride) through history with these monuments to Wilmington's past.

Birdseye view

Along C St

Wilmington Iron Works Building 
432 W. C St, Wilmington, CA 90744
Founded in 1920 and still operating today

Iron Works

Iron Works today

Along Avalon Blvd (formerly Canal St)

Avalon during CicLAvia

California Bank Building 
544 N. Avalon Blvd, Wilmington, CA 90744
Now the Wilmington Municipal Building

Del Mar Hotel Building

Wilmington Municipal Building

Wilmington City Hall 
Avalon Blvd and I St
Now the Wilmington Town Square Park

Wilmington City Hall

Town Square Park

The Don Hotel
906 N Avalon Blvd, Wilmington, CA 90744 
Now the Don Senior Apartments

The Don

The Don

Along M St

General Phineas Banning Residence
401 E. M St, Wilmington, CA 90744
Circa 1864, now Th
e Banning Museum; a city, state, and National Historic Landmark

Banning Residence


As you travel past these sites, we hope you'll join us in imagining LA's future and that you can join us this Sunday, April 28, as we celebrate the community of Wilmington during our 30th CicLAvia.

Photos courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library, Wilmington Iron Works, Wikimedia Commons, and Google Maps.