Hollywood attractions, points of interest and accommodations.
While the Hollywood Wax Museum which opened in 1965 predates Madame Tussauds Wax Museum which opened nearby on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2009, Tussauds is the most famous name in wax museums.
The Four Ladies of Hollywood Gazebo, also known as the Hollywood & La Brea Gateway sits on the western boundary of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It has been the subject of many blog posts and articles.
Just north of the corner of Hollywood and Vine is the iconic Capitol Records Building aka the Capitol Records Tower. The building is a Los Angeles Historic Cultural Landmark.
Of any tourist attraction in Los Angeles, the Hollywood Walk of Fame probably attracts more tourists than any other attraction in our city.
When on Hollywood Boulevard near Highland, it would be hard to miss the impressive El Capitan Theatre. Built in in 1926 the movie palace was been declared a Cultural Heritage Monument by the City of Los Angeles in 1990.
Since its opening on June 4th 1930, the Hollywood Pantages Theatre has been one of the most iconic landmarks on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In what was once the The Hollywood Theatre, the second movie theatre ever built in Hollywood, is the Guinness World Records Museum.
Tucked in the shadow of the Hollywood Wax Museum you could easily miss The Snow White Café. Don’t!
If you are visiting Hollywood and don’t stop in to see the TCL Graumans Chinese Theatre, you haven’t been to Hollywood. Period.
The Museum of Illusions is a pop-up museum in the heart of Hollywood. And what better place for a venue that focuses on illusions to be?