If you have ever wanted to watch your favorite movie, comedian, singer or other performer in 3D, well now you can.
Sid Grauman was a busy man back in the 1920s. No sooner than he finished building the Million Dollar Theatre in the downtown Broadway Theatre District and he got to work on the Egyptian Theatre on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
We did a post a while back on the Snow White Cafe on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but we only had photos of the exterior. Now we are going to show you why you actually want to go in the cafe.
If seeing the homes of the stars and the fabulous attractions on the Hollywood Walk of Fame have you up in the clouds, then head east a few steps past where the stars end and step into the Museum of Death.
Intolerence in Hollywood actually started in Los Feliz back in 1916 and has since moved to the heart of the Hollywood Walk of Fame at the Hollywood Highland Center.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Los Angeles. In the video above we take you on a walking tour showing some of the key attractions.
Just a blocks off the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Mama Shelter is a 3 star French Boutique hotel offering accommodations that are truly unique. From the neon stork on the rooftop sign on down, the place is just plain cool.
This is one of those things that I hate to mention, but along the Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the more difficult places in Los Angeles to find parking. Some tips to help you find parking in Hollywood.
Probably the easiest and cheapest way to see a large scale movie set while you are visiting Los Angeles is to go the Hollywood and Highland Center.
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.