Baldwin Park Arts & R
The Baldwin Park Arts & Recreation Center prides itself on offering artistic and cultural programs and activities to the children of its town. The building itself goes back to the Depression Era and features an Art Deco theme. The 15,000-square-foot-plus structure features a banquet hall, kitchen, and boardroom to house all of your recreational needs. Interested in improving your dancing or artistic skills? The center provides classes for these activities in its studios as well. Baldwin Park Arts & Recreation Center is open from Monday to Thursday in the early evening, and on Saturdays.
Baldwin Park Historic
The Baldwin Park Historical Society and Museum has been operating since 1975. The organization is dedicated to teaching future generations of the history of Baldwin Park and carrying on its rich legacy. If you have an interest in history and want to help see it preserved while staying in Baldwin Park, you can become a member by paying a fee for either individual or a slightly higher fee for families. They have a meeting on the second Tuesday of every month. The museum, however, is only open for a few hours per day on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
El Taco Nazo
If you are looking for cheap, delicious Mexican food, head to El Taco Nazo, off Ramona Boulevard in Baldwin Park. Residents rave that its the best fish tacos in the Los Angeles area. You can get these tacos for a discount price on Mondays and Wednesdays, and other days they are still inexpensive. Not in the mood for fish tacos? They also offer quesadillas, enchiladas and tostadas as well as Mexican sandwiches and tacos, burritos, and gorditas made with various fillings. The eatery offers beer and wine and has a casual atmosphere. No need to make reservations here.