Learn how LA gets water & snap a pic of the city's skyscrapers!
There’s a free museum inside the John Ferraro building, home of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, worth 45 to 50 minutes of your time if you’re in the downtown area. There’s a ton of information available in here, detailing the history of the aqueduct and William Mulholland’s significance in ensuring Angelenos have access to water. Additionally, artifacts, such as dishes probably used by those working on constructing the aqueduct and parts of pipes, are on display. Apart from the museum, there is a gorgeous view of the city’s skyscrapers right outside the building. So, visitors will