Hollywood Heritage Museum
Hollywood Bowl Museum
The Bowl as it's affectionately known around town, enjoys a glamorous history, and this is where you can literally listen to it, and...
Summers in LA just wouldn’t be the same without this chill spot for music under the stars, from symphonies to big-name acts such as...
Hollywood Wax Museum
Starved for celeb sightings? Don’t fret: at this museum Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry and other red-carpet royalty will stand still – very...
This historic natural amphitheater is the LA Phil's summer home and also a stellar place to catch big-name rock, jazz, blues and pop...
Yamashiro Farmers Market
The best farmers market views in LA are yours from Yamashiro’s spectacular perch. In addition to organic produce, expect tasty prepared...
Hollywood Heritage Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Hollywood’s first feature-length film, Cecil B DeMille’s The Squaw Man, was shot in this building in 1913–14, originally set at the corner of Selma and Vine Sts. DeMille went on to cofound Paramount and had the barn moved to the lot in the ‘20s. Now the Hollywood Heritage Museum, it’s filled with a great collection of costumes, projectors and cameras from the early days of moviemaking.