United Lodge of Theosophists Los Angeles is located at Theosophy Hall:
Los Angeles, California 90007 USA
Getting to Theosophy Hall
Theosophy Hall is located just south of Downtown Los Angeles at the intersection of Grand Avenue and 33rd Street, one block North of Jefferson Boulevard and two short blocks East of the Harbor Freeway (110).
A uniformed guard is provided for on-street parking before, during and after meetings.
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From the Harbor Freeway (110) North, take the Exposition Blvd exit, turn Right (East) then turn Left (North) on Grand Avenue. Go two blocks, cross Jefferson Blvd., go another short block and the Lodge is on your Right.
From the Harbor Freeway (110) South, exit at Adams Blvd., continue straight onto Figueroa Street, turn Left (East) on Adams Blvd, go three blocks, and turn Right (South) on Grand Avenue. Go to 33rd Street; the Lodge is on your Left.
From the Santa Monica Freeway (10) East, either (1) take the Interchange to the Harbor Freeway (110) South, and follow those directions. OR (2) continue on the Santa Monica Freeway, past the Harbor Interchange, and exit at Grand Avenue. Turn Right (South) on Grand Avenue, cross Washington Blvd and Adams Blvd (about one mile total) to 33rd Street. The Lodge is on your Left.
From the Santa Monica Freeway (10) West, either (1) take the Interchange to the Harbor Freeway (110) South, and follow those directions. OR (2) exit Main Street (the last exit before the Harbor Freeway) and continue straight on 16th Street. Turn Left (South) on Hill Street, go under the (Santa Monica) Freeway, cross Washington Blvd. and Adams Blvd. (about one mile total). Turn Right (West) on 33rd Street; the Lodge is on your Right just before Grand Avenue.
Buses and Metrorail
Buses run on all major streets and avenues around Theosophy Hall.
The Blue Line Metrorail runs on Washington Blvd., and stops at Grand Avenue, a mile North of the Lodge.
The Metro Line now stops at the Galen Center/USC, at Jefferson Blvd and Flower Street, about three blocks from the Lodge.
Public transportation is provided throughout the area by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).
Contact the MTA for travel times and fares for both buses and Metro Line: www.mta.net