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The Museum is located downtown in the Wells Fargo Center on Bunker Hill. Exhibits depict the history and development of Wells Fargo Bank and the West since the company's founding in 1852. Highlights include an authentic 19th-century Concord...more
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333 S Grand Ave, Inside the Wells Fargo Center, Los Angeles, CA 90071-1504
This smallish museum is tucked in the middle of the Wells Fargo building, and worth looking for. It is well set up, and the people who work there are friendly and helpful. It's worth looking for, and worth the time to visit.
A lot to see and to learn about Wells Fargo with an original stage coach and a fifteen minutes film about the history of the company. The museum employee cared very good about us. He knew a lot about the history of Wells Fargo and...More
This is one of few WF History museums throughout the country and it should be on your bucket list to see when in downtown LA. This place is a little piece of Americana that is nicely appointed with artifacts and info about the evolution of...More
Well Fargo history is nicely captured in this compact museum. Worth visiting while you are in LA. You can find lot of parking a few blocks from here or worse case park right at the Wells Fargo building. The museum admission is free. Time to...More
I had some time to explore downtown Los Angeles recently and I decided to visit the Wells Fargo History Museum. On entering I was immediately greeted by a very friendly staff member. He was very enthusiastic about the museum and his enthusiasm was contagious. After...More
This is a wonderful hands-on step back into the Gold Rush period of time! My middle school aged nieces loved sending messages with Morse code. It was amazing seeing maps of LA from the late 1800's. As a fourth grade teacher, I highly recommend it...More
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