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Hollywood Hauntings Walk of Fame Tour
"Spend 2.5 hours with on a 1-mile walking ghost tour on the Walk of Fame. You will start at the Hollywood/Vine Metro Plaza where you will get an introduction of what to expect on the tour and a bit of Hollywood history. This is your second longest visit a as well as your opportunity (if you're over 21 years) to step inside for a drink with the dead but just before you will be given a demonstration of how to use the ghost hunting equipment and guests will perform a mini-investigation on the spot. Just enough experience to start you on your journey of Ghostbusting."""Dare to brave the Boulevard of Broken Dreams as you join Hollywood’s Spirit Guides on a 2.5 hour stroll down the Walk of Fame learning about the rich history and ghostly sightings inside the properties. You’ll learn about the paranormal world as well as htitle=Highlights&1=Explore+the+haunted+history+of+Hollywood+during+this+spooky+walking+tour&2=Commune+with+Hollywood%27s+ghosts+during+explorations+of+its+vacant+theaters%2C+haunted+bars+and+famous+landmarks&3=Learn+the+infamous+ghost+story+of+the+Hollywo""
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Best of Hollywood Helicopter Tour
"Your helicopter flight departs from Compton Woodley Airport. You can choose to drive to the heliport yourself or enjoy round-trip transport from your Los Angeles or Hollywood hotel.Hollywood StripGet amazing views of Hollywood and the massive USC and Paramount Pictures and continue over glitzy Hollywood Boulevard and the Dolby Theatre the Capitol Records Building the Staples Center and the Nokia Center. Fly over the Griffith Park Observatory and pass right in front of the Hollywood Sign for an up-close view of this world-famous icon.Los Angeles Coastal CitiesAdmire the LA area's beautiful coastal citie beaches harbors
From $189.00
Best of Hollywood Food Tour
"Meet your group at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Enter the hotel from the Hollywood Boulevard entrance and meet inside the lobby near the fountain. Come hungry to Hollywood and Highland where your small group of no more than 7 begins its combination walking and driving sightseeing and culinary tour. Home to TCL Chinese Theater and Dolby Theater—host to the Academy Awards—this intersection is sure to dazzle with its star power. Othe a local landmark since 1956. While taking in Hollywood’s top sights sample some of Southern California’s best bites from famous restaurants and neighborhood haunts. Continue to nosh in the Melrose area where your guide leads you through Hollywood’s trendiest stores and the restaurants where local shopping addicts refuel. As your guide engages you with interactive and entertaining commentary make your way down the legendary Sunset Strip. An essential piece of rock ‘n’ roll history the Strip houses famed rock clubs such as the Viper Room and Whisky a Go Go
From $99.00

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El Capitain Theatre 1926

I brought my son here when he was 5 to see the Lion King show. Of course he doesn't remember it, but I do. What a lovely grand historical theatre with very ornate designs. Built May 1926 in East Indian interior and designed by San Francisco architect G. Albert Lansburgh, this beautiful building has been completely restored and updated with all the latest theater technology.

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El Capitan Theater

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 in 1926 it was restored in the early 90's by Disney. It now plays feature length Disney movies.

Be sure to get there early as before the movie you can hear the organist play Movie and Disney classics on a Pipe Organ with over 2500 Pipes.

They also provide additional features with the movie depending on the movie. Recently for Nightmare Before Christmas in 3-D they had several original puppets from the movie on display.

If possible opt for the VIP seats, these are reserved seats and also include popcorn and a soda.

Nov 04, 2006


The vision was to have a Hollywood Theatre District. The "Father of Hollywood," Charles Toberman and Sid Grauman opened, the "Egyptian in 1922, "El Capitan in 1926 and the "Chinese Theatre in 1927. Three years later the RKO Pantages Theatre was opened. This became a row of theatres within a mile of each other. The interior of El Capitan's was "posh East Indian" following the idea of a theme from the other theaters. Originally the performances were on stage live. When the depression hit and things began to decline, films took over. Over the years it has had many owners and many names but now Disney has taken over and most films are Disney's.

Thus, a great place to take the kids to get out of the hot summer sun.

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Sep 01, 2014

Watching the Stars arrive at a movie premier

I'm not one to be impressed with celebrity, but it was such a fun buzz to watch the stars arrive at the premier of the new Pixar flick "Finding Nemo" at the El Capitan Theater.

They closed down Hollywood Blvd in the block in front of the theater, and built this elaborate walkway and set - only to tear it down as soon as everyone was inside the show.

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May 29, 2003
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the famous theater besides Kodak Theater

El Capitan Theater is a favorite photo stop along the busy Hollywood walk of fame area fronting the entrance to the Kodak theater as it just sits across the street. It is one of the Theaters made by the original founders of the Grauman's Chinese Theater, Charles Toberman and Sid Grauman, it was envisioned as a theater for various plays in the roaring 30's and at present is owned by Disney.

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Hollywood and Highland Center

This entertainment center is home of the Kodak Theater where many live events including American Idol are taped. It also includes many restaurants, shops and movie theaters. Don't miss the great view...
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Capitol Records Tower

The Capitol Records building is one of the most distinctive landmarks in Hollywood. The 13-story earthquake resistant tower, designed by Welton Becket, was the world's first circular office building,...
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Hollywood Walk of Fame

My name is not there. I had no time to follow all the walk, but I think that I'm the only movie star missing there. I knew 85, wrote down more 4322 names, and I'm studying why are they famous. I...
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Egyptian Theatre

Graumans Egyptian Sid Grauman wanted to create an exotic environment for the theater goers in Hollywood so he created four unique theaters. The Egyptian is one of them. It was built in 1922 and the...
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Hollywood is a community of Los Angeles that is most famous for it's connection to Entertainment/ the Film Industry. Truth be told, the glamor of Hollywood died out because many stars avoided the...
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Hollywood Wax Museum

Billed as Hollywood Walk of Fame, is the longest running wax museum in the United States, with more than 45 years of continuous operation by the same owners since 1965. I thought $30 was worth the...
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Getting to Hollywood


6838 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028


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