the icon of Hollywood. This is where all the Major hollywood Theater Film, Debuts were made up to the 1960's. Formerly knowed as Mann's Chinese Theater, It reverted back to it's Original Name of... more
the hollywood sign is actually closed to the public and is fenced and guarded by a hollywood hills associtation so you cannot physically to near it and take a picture but if you have a very powerful... more
the strip going to Universal Studios. My first time to go to Universal Studios in 1989, the City walk was non-existent then and in 2005, at my latest trip to LA, I was surprised at seeing a long area... more
A can't miss attraction in Hollywood is the Hollywood Wax Museum. The museum opened in 1966 and the displays change often. The museum is open from 10 AM to midnight 365 days a year. Admission is... more
The idea of a lasting tribute to the personalities who helped make Hollywood the most famous community in the world came about in 1958. Groundbreaking ceremonies began in February 1960 when the first... more
the theater of the Oscar's. As Everyone Knows, This is the Annual Site of the Academy Awards (Also known as Oscars) since 2002. Although this is known as the Oscar's Roost, the kodak theater also... more
Seeing any show at the Hollywood Bowl is highly recommendable. As a thing of beauty, the exterior of the bowl is stunning. The venue is widely considered the best in pure sound quality. I had the... more
Times visited: 1
Last Visited: September, 2010
Highlight: Central Perk Set.
My tip: If you got the budget, go for the Deluxe Tour.
I Recommend Warner bros VIP Studio Tour
If your´e a movie fan this... more
This place came with a double ticket(Wax museum and world of records).Earlier this building was the first cinema in this area.Again nothing spectacular but some interesting infos.I took it as fun and... more
"The Magic Castle opened its doors at 5 p.m. on January 2, 1963. Today more than four decades later, the Castle has become the world-famous "home" to the Academy of Magical Arts, Inc.and their invited... more
On the same side of the street as Mans theatre, you can find the Erotica Museum, that has some of the erotica items used in some of the films, the entrance was full of teenagers with the eyes wide... more
We really enjoyed the farmers market so much we went back twice. We wne ton the bus which stopped just outside. There was a live band one time we went which was lovely. The old tram is in fantastic... more
Six Flags Magic Mountain is a must if you are an adrenalin junkie, the coasters are amazing. This park is not really suitable for very young children in my opinion, you would be better off going to... more
Take the time to visit the Guiness World Record Museum. The museum has a variety of interesting exhibits. As you can see by the 5th photo, the museum sometimes has to change the display to keep up to... more
Located accross from the Hollywood and Highland Complex is the restored El Capitan Theater. Located across from the Hollywood and Highland Complex is the restored El Capitan Theater. Originally opened... more
The world famous Grauman's Theater was designed by Sid Grauman and architect Raymond Kennedy. It was started in January 1926 and was completed 18 months later at a cost of $2,000,000. Grauman had to...
So, what makes L.A. twisted? Partly, Hollywood! Hollywood is under distortion, constantly changing its form and image. It is becoming more and more confusing to describe this part of LA. My metaphor...
Hollywood may conquer the world in the movies but in real life, most find it disappointing. While its influence is as strong as ever despite more global competition in the film industry, its ragged......