Atlas Obscura Society Los Angeles: A Hidden Repository of Curious Craft
Uncover the treasures that lie within an unassuming façade of a nondescript building in Northeast Los Angeles, home to a mind-blowing studio chock full of curios crafted from recycled materials.
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Originally built as a Safeway grocery market and subsequently used as a roller rink and slot car venue, the building stood empty and derelict before MorYork Gallery took up occupancy in 1986. There is no sign beckoning visitors, and only those in the know manage to get inside while Graham is working. Led by Field Agent
- Bring your cameras! Photography is encouraged. Tag #atlasobscura @atlasobscura
- Please leave all bags and bulky items at home or in your car. You'll need your hands free to open cabinets and drawers!
- Kid- and dog-friendly! All ages and breeds welcome, but all humans must have a paid ticket.
- ADA accessible.
- Plenty of street parking in the area.
Email Field Agent Sandi Hemmerlein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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4959 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, United States