Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Hollywood

Hollywood Museum

For a taste of Old Hollywood, do not miss this musty temple to the stars, its four floors crammed with movie and TV costumes and props. The museum is housed inside the Max Factor Building, built in 1914 and relaunch…
Top Choice Landmark in Hollywood

TCL Chinese Theatre

Ever wondered what it’s like to be in George Clooney’s shoes? Just find his footprints in the forecourt of this world-famous movie palace. The exotic pagoda theater – complete with temple bells and stone heaven dogs…
Area in Hollywood

Whitley Heights

For a taste of Old Hollywood, wander the narrow, winding streets of Whitley Heights, a residential preservation zone bordered by Franklin Ave to the south, Highland Ave to the west, and split in two by the 101 freew…
Cemetery in Hollywood

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Paradisiacal landscaping, vainglorious tombstones and epic mausoleums set an appropriate resting place for some of Hollywood's most iconic dearly departed. Residents include Cecil B. DeMille, Mickey Rooney, Jayne Ma…
Area in Hollywood

Hancock Park & Larchmont Village

LA has gorgeous homes galore, but there’s nothing quite like the old-money mansions flanking the tree-lined streets of Hancock Park, a genteel neighborhood roughly bounded by Highland, Rossmore, Melrose and Wilshire…
Landmark in Hollywood

Hollywood Walk of Fame

Big Bird, Bob Hope, Marilyn Monroe and Aretha Franklin are among the stars being sought out, worshipped, photographed and stepped on along the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Since 1960 more than 2600 performers – from lege…
Notable Building in Hollywood

Pantages Theatre

Scottish architect Benjamin Marcus Priteca designed this 1930 survivor, the last theater commissioned by Greek-born theater magnate Alexander Pantages. Adorned with art-deco chevrons, ziggurats, zigzags and octagons…
Landmark in Hollywood

Egyptian Theatre

The Egyptian, the first of the grand movie palaces on Hollywood Blvd, premiered Robin Hood in 1922. The theater’s lavish getup – complete with hieroglyphs and sphinx heads – dovetailed nicely with the craze for all …
Theater in Hollywood

Dolby Theatre

The Academy Awards are handed out at the Dolby Theatre, which has also hosted the American Idol finale, the Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly (ESPY) Awards and the Daytime Emmy Awards. The venue is home to the…
Gallery in Hollywood

Regen Projects

A standout private gallery, known for propelling the careers of some of LA's most successful and innovative artists, among them Matthew Barney, Glenn Ligon and Catherine Opie. Its stable also includes a number of in…