ABC 7 LA’s BEST-KEPT SECRETS FROM VENICE TO PASADENA 

Beneath the hustle and bustle of Downtown Los Angeles, there are secret underground tunnels and speakeasies! Some of these locations are still accessible, but they are closed to the public, so the only way to see this piece of Los Angeles history is to book a Cartwheel Art Tour. In addition to going underground, they also offer tours about art, architecture, history and various L.A. neighborhood experiences. 

CHANNEL 9 NEWS, SYDNEY AUSTRALIA 

Watch Cindy Schwarzstein lead a tour group through the abandoned underground tunnels and speakeasies of Prohibition Era Los Angeles. The walking tour also featured writer/historian Sandi Hemmerlein and the historic restaurant Coles with their famous, still-operating speakeasy, The Varnish. 

CARTWHEEL ART TOURS FEATURED ON WHAT’S UP PASADENA!

The Haunted Shack Gardens is the ultimate example of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…check out this place to discover something you’ve probably never seen. Classic eccentric folk art environment created from found objects, trash and plants. (Credit: Pasadena Media)

CARTWHEEL ART TOURS FEATURED ON EYE ON LA

We can’t keep a secret, so Eye on L.A. is showing you some of the most incredible secrets we’ve uncovered in the Los Angeles area. We’ll take you underground — you won’t believe what’s down there — discover hidden happy hours, expose undercover cuisine and covert concerts. (KABC)

ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST, " Which L.A. Neighborhood Fits Your Personality Best?
LA CARTE. "What's behind Los Angeles's surprising artistic evolution?
AMERICAN WAY, " You can stroll through under L.A."
805 Living, October 2017 | "Best of Fall"
LA WEEKLY | "Best of DTLA"
LA WEEKLY "Women Who Like Whiskey: There's a New Club for You
ASPIRE, " The Savvy Insider Cindy Schwarstein"
LOS ANGELES MAGAZINE, "Art"
California Meetings + Events | "Taking the Tedium Out of Tours"
THRILLIST, "27 Perfect Date Ideas For Winter In LA"

Press Archive

Cartwheel Art’s walking tours of Downtown Los Angeles have been featured in a number of publications including Architectural DigestAmerican Way Magazine /Aspire Magazine / Los Angeles Magazine / LA Weekly  / PRØHBTD / USA TODAY / Fathom Away / California Meetings & Events Magazine / Travel & Leisure / LA Weekly + Hotel Indigo & LA Carte Magazine