The Egyptian, the first of the grand movie palaces on Hollywood Blvd, premiered Robin Hood in 1922. The theater’s lavish getup –...
Guinness World Records Museum
You know the drill: the Guinness is all about the fastest, tallest, biggest, fattest and other superlatives.
Hollywood Wax Museum
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Musso & Frank Grill
Hollywood history hangs in the thick air at Musso & Frank Grill, Tinseltown’s oldest eatery (since 1919). Charlie Chaplin used to...
Spawned from the long-running, widely loved, farmers-market taco stand of the same name, this version offers elegant ambience and a...
6712 Hollywood Blvd · interesting places nearby
American Cinematheque information
A non-profit screening tributes, retrospectives and foreign films in the Egyptian Theatre . Directors, screenwriters and actors often swing by for post show Q&As.