Hollywood California Attractions
Hollywood, California is overflowing with exciting places to see and not-to-be-missed tourist attractions, whether you're looking for great things to do with kids like Universal Studios Hollywood, shopping in Beverly Hills or fun things to do in Los Angeles at night for grownups. Close to all the best Hollywood, California attractions and places, the Studio City Court Yard Hotel/Hollywood is the perfect place to see and do it all!
Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood California.
Mann's Chinese Theater, or Grauman's Chinese Theatre as it was historically known, was originally named after Sid Grauman who built the theater and opened it in 1927. Close to the Hollywood Walk of Fame and closely associated with the famous celebrity footprints, Mann's Chinese Theatre has played host to some of the most famous movie premieres in Hollywood's glittering history. To learn more about visiting Mann's Chinese Theater, go to www.manntheatres.com/chinese.
The Hollywood Bowl is located near the Hollywood and Highland subway station and has been one of America's leading outdoor performance venues since 1929. A lineup of legendary performers have commanded the stage at the Hollywood Bowl, from the Beatles to Monty Python. In the summer, the Hollywood Bowl is the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and a notable summer concert series. To check upcoming concerts and events at the Hollywood Bowl, visit www.hollywoodbowl.com.
Beverly Hills, California.
Beverly Hills, California is one of the most desirable zip codes in the world and home to some of the world's most luxurious homes, dining and, of course, shopping. Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive shopping stretch draws millions of visitors each year to the bold-faced name storefronts made even more famous in movies like "Pretty Woman." To learn more about shopping and fun things to do in Beverly Hills, California, visit www.beverlyhills.org.
Hollywood California Walk of Fame.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the many attractions located on Hollywood Boulevard and runs from La Brea to Gower Street. Want to know who was the first star to be immortalized in the world's most famous cement handprints? After being built in 1958, Joanne Woodward became the first celebrity to receive a "star" on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960. Since then, movie stars, directors and producers have all been among the movie legends who have been given a place on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. To learn more about the Hollywood Walk of Fame, visit www.hollywoodchamber.net.
Hollywood and Highland Shopping.
The Hollywood and Highland shopping center offers one of the Los Angeles area's newest shopping malls. Home to numerous attractions like the Hollywood Walk of Fame as well as retailers like the Gap, H & M and Zara, the 387,000-square-foot Hollywood and Vine shopping center is an all-in-one destination for sightseeing, shopping and dining. Located on Hollywood Boulevard at the cross streets of Hollywood and Highland, the Metro Red Line has a stop at Highland Avenue which will take you right there. To learn more about fun things to do at LA's Hollywood and Highland shopping center, visit www.hollywoodandhighland.com.
Los Angeles California Staples Center.
The Staples Center in Downtown Los Angeles, California is one of the most well-known venues in the United States for sports and entertainment. Home to both headliner concerts and some the Los Angeles area's most famous pro sports franchises, the Staples Center is where the LA Lakers basketball team, the Los Angeles Avengers Arena Football team and the National Hockey League's LA Kings all call home. To check out scheduled sporting events and concerts at the Staples Center, visit www.staplescenter.com.
Sherman Oaks, California.
Sherman Oaks, California is a highly commercial district located in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley and occupies approximately 8 square miles. Home to towering skyscrapers, luxury condominium developments and leading businesses, Sherman Oaks is bordered to the south by Beverly Hills and Bel Air and Studio City to the east. To learn more about shopping, dining and businesses located in Sherman Oaks, California, visit en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherman_Oaks,_Los_Angeles,_California.
Santa Monica Pier.
The Santa Monica Pier is a legendary landmark in the Los Angeles area. Having celebrated its 100th anniversary since being built in 1909, today the Santa Monica is still one of the area's leading entertainment and tourism destinations. The Santa Monica Pier is home to an aquarium, arcade, restaurants, Ferris wheel and vintage 1920s carousel, plus shopping and special events. To learn more about upcoming events and fun things to see and do on the Santa Monica Pier, visit www.santamonicapier.org.
Universal Studios Hollywood.
Universal Studios Hollywood offers a movie-themed amusement park and thrilling rides, shopping and entertainment. A perfect family adventure, Universal Studios Hollywood takes you behind the scenes of some of your favorite movies and tv shows with attractions based The Mummy, Shrek in 4-D, The Simpsons, an 80-ft Jurassic Park raft plunge. To learn more about exciting things to do at Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles, California, visit www.universalstudioshollywood.com.
Warner Brothers Burbank Studios.
Warner Brothers is the home of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and some of the most famous movies in the history of Hollywood. At Warner Brothers' Burbank Studios, you can get a look into the history of filmmaking and see what's happening on the Warner Bros. movie lot right now. To learn more about the many attractions you'll see and get information about touring the Warner Brothers Burbank Studios, visit www2.warnerbros.com/vipstudiotour.