A Hollywood landmark, this theater opened in 1930 and was the home to the Academy Awards from 1949 to 1959. This theater has ... More
A Hollywood landmark, this theater opened in 1930 and was the home to the Academy Awards from 1949 to 1959. This theater has been restored to its original conditions and it offers a variety of performances.
With more than 300 oddities on exhibit, from a statue of Marilyn Monroe made from shredded money to torture chamber
devices, Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum is a curiosity and a record of all things strange. The original ...
This structure, located atop Mt. Lee in Griffith Park , is perhaps the most enduring symbol of Hollywood. The nine
50 foot (15 meter) letters can be seen from all over the L.A. basin, and occasionally even from passing ...
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 ...