Hollywood Walk of Fame, encompassing a stretch of Hollywood Boulevard near the intersection of Hollywood and Vine. More than 2500 bronze-inlaid stars commemorate individuals in movies, radio, TV, recording, and theater.
Chinese Theatre, built in 1927, featuring the prints and signatures of the stars. It continues to offer first-run movie and current improvements will result in a state of the art entertainment complex.
The Hollywood Sign sits atop Mt. Lee in Griffith Park and is perhaps the most enduring symbol of Hollywood. The nine 50-foot high letters.
The Capitol Records Building, built in 1954 as the highly successful record labels headquarters, is located near the Hollywood and Vine intersection.
The Egyptian Theatre was opened in 1922 after King Tuts tomb was discovered in Egypt on November 26, 1922 and Egyptian fever was gripping the nation. The theater has undergone a renovation and now screens classic and independent films and documentaries.
Universal Studios, the world's largest movie studio and theme park with great attractions like The Mummy's Tomb and Terminator 3D.
The Gene Autry Museum, with one of the most comprehensive collections of western history and art, preserves the history of the American West. Its seven permanent galleries and special exhibitions offer material gathered from the many cultures and events that have shaped this vast region.
The Pantages Theatre presents The Lion King. Order your tickets online for this spectacular performance.
Head inside the Hollywood Hills and you will be pleasantly surprised by Lake Hollywood with a complete trail around the lake and great views of the Hollywood sign!