The Los Angeles Amtrak Station is inside Union Station at 800 North Alameda Street. Built in 1939, it is one of the more popular US train stations and there are connections to coastal California and cross-country Amtrak trains, light rail, commuter trains and a variety of other forms of transportation. Learn more about the station below.

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Station Amenities

View all station amenities, including:

  • Restrooms
  • Bag storage
  • Rental cars
  • Beautiful architecture
  • Checked baggage service
  • Daily and overnight parking (fee)

Amtrak Routes

Things to Know

Nearby Hotels

View the list of hotels near the L.A. Union Station if you’re looking for a convenient place to stay. Hotels in HollywoodWest HollywoodBeverly Hills and Santa Monica are also popular with tourists.

Nearby Attractions

Even though L.A. is a car-centric city, there are a surprising amount of attractions in walking distance of Union Station. Choose from the following destinations or connect with a Metro or regional train to see more L.A. landmarks, including downtown Hollywood via the Metro red line.

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Last updated May 2023