304 S. Broadway Los Angeles CA
The Bradbury Building is the oldest commercial building remaining in the central city and one of Los Angeles unique treasures. Its magical light-filled Victorian court, open cage elevators, marble stairs, and ornate iron railings make this one of downtown's most photographed icons.
A Charlie Chaplin statue 'sits' in the main lobby of the building, making for a good photo opportunity. The sculpture was created in 1989 by a Russian sculptor living in New York, Emmanuil Snitkovsky. It represents a life-size Charlie Chaplin in his famous role as "The Little Trump" and was exhibited as part of a tribute to the actor's 100th birthday and organized by the Hollywood Arts Council.