Many people visit this theater not to see first-run motion pictures, but to gaze at the famous hand and footprints outside. ... More
Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Many people visit this theater not to see first-run motion pictures, but to gaze at the famous hand and footprints outside. It's a quintessential L.A. tourist ritual and well worth the trip. The theater itself is one of the oldest and largest in town. The screen is massive and the sound is top-notch. Enter the Pagoda-like structure of this theater with dragons and lions welcoming you into the premises. Check out the exotic interiors and revel in the glory of days gone by. There is no charge to wander around the open-air patio that contains the famous handprints.
Head inside the Hollywood Hills and you will be pleasantly surprised by this man made reservoir from where you can
get a great view of the Hollywood sign. It is amazing to realize that this peaceful spot is only ...
Across the street from the Hollywood Bowl, this small museum features exhibits on the early days of film making. Originally
a barn, the building was rented in 1913 by legendary director Cecil B. DeMille for the production of The ...
This Travelodge is located approximately two miles from Hollywood and 17 miles from Burbank Glendale Pasadena Airport. The Travelodge offers
24 hour front desk, free parking, safety deposit, and laundry facilities. Rooms have AM/FM clock radios, coffeemakers, exterior access, ...