In one of the most historic areas of Los Angeles, Larchmont Village offers a charming shopping and dining experience. With a small-town feel in the center of a hurried metropolitan area, this village provides visitors the best of both worlds.
Larchmont Village exists in the midst of Windsor Park, a neighborhood originating back to George A.G. Howard who envisioned a beautiful and peaceful neighborhood like those of the English countryside. Windsor Park now has over 1,100 homes and has been well-preserved as a gem of a community. Just west of Windsor Park is Hancock Park, which is another upscale neighborhood of more than 1,200 homes. It was also the sight of movie filming throughout the 20th century.
Every October the Larchmont Boulevard Association holds a Family Fair, which is attended by over 10,000 visitors annually. The Larchmont Village Farmer's Market is open every Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Larchmont Village is less than 20 miles north of Los Angeles International Airport and midway between Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles. Within 5 miles of downtown Los Angeles, the village is convenient to many tourist attractions, including Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Viper Room, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and Dodger Stadium.