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Mann's Chinese Theatre
6925 Hollywood Blvd., (213)464-8111
The most famous theatre in the world was built by Sid Grauman in 1927
and features the hand and footprints of legendary movie stars.
The Original Farmers Market
3rd and Fairfax Ave., (213)933-9211
A Los Angeles tradition for over 60 years, features shops, produce,
and a wide variety of dining establishments.
Vermont Ave. at Los Feliz
The largest city park in the U.S. is home to the famous Hollywood Sign
Griffith Observatory (213)664-1191
Autry Museum of Western Heritage (213)667-2000
Greek Theatre (213)480-3232, and other attractions.
2301 N. Highland Ave., (213)850-2000
This 18,000-seat internationally-renowned natural amphitheater is the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.
Hollywood Entertainment Museum
7021 Hollywood Blvd., (213)465-7900
This long-awaited museum showcases Hollywood's
entertainment industry, and features such attractions
as sets from the television series "Star Trek" and
Hollywood Memorial Park Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd., (213)469-1181
Final resting place of many Hollywood luminaries.
A unique collection of galleries, fashion boutiques,
restaurants and antique shops with the newest and
best of fashion, trendy design and art deco nostalgia
items of the 30s, 40s, and 50s
Rock Walk/Guitar Center
7425 Sunset Blvd., (213)874-1060
Hand prints, signatures, and memorabilia from
Rock 'n Roll's greatest musical performers and innovators are featured
at this unique Hollywood attraction
Hollywood Walk of Fame
World-famous Hollywood attraction features more than 2,000 stars
honoring celebrities in motion pictures, television, recording, radio and
theatre. The Walk is located on Hollywood Blvd. between La Brea and Gower and
on Vine Street between Yucca and Sunset Blvd.
Approximately 20 new stars are added each year.
Get free television tickets through the Internet.