This famous intersection in the heart of Hollywood has been a center of glamor and activity since the early days of film. The ... More
Hollywood & Vine
This famous intersection in the heart of Hollywood has been a center of glamor and activity since the early days of film. The hottest nightclubs like the Brown Derby and Sardi's were located here. There are several studios nearby, which make this a center of the local film industry. Many of the buildings at this intersection and nearby were constructed in the 1920s and 30s making this spot a slice of Hollywood history. And of course the Walk of Fame stars are here at the intersection. Right on the corner lies a plaque dedicated to the stars of Neil A. Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Michael Collins of the 1969 Apollo XI trip to the moon.
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 ...
The Walk of Fame is very much a tribute to Johnny Grant, a former mayor of Hollywood and relentless promoter
of Tinsel Town. There is no mistaking what town you are in when you gaze down at the sidewalk ...