Erected in 1923, The Hollywood Sign is a landmark and American cultural icon located in Los Angeles. As one of the world's most powerful symbols, it represents ambition, success, and glamour. It is situated on Mount Lee, in the Hollywood Hills area of the Santa Monica Mountains, overlooking Hollywood.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame comprises more than 2,600 terrazzo and brass stars embedded in the sidewalks along 18 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood. The stars are permanent public monuments honoring individuals with the highest achievements in the entertainment.
The Santa Monica Pier's iconic entrance is a landmark that is over 100 years old. The pier contains Pacific Park, a family amusement park with its state-of-the-art, solar paneled Ferris wheel. During the summer months the pier is venue to weekly outdoor concerts, movies, and other family friendly activities.
Universal Studios Hollywood is one of the oldest and most famous Hollywood film studios still in use. Adjacent to the theme parks is Universal CityWalk, a three-block collection of 30 places to eat, a 19-screen movie theater featuring IMAX, seven night spots, indoor skydiving, and more than 30 stores.
The Grammy Museum is an interactive, educational museum devoted to the history and winners of the Grammy Awards. The museum features a rich collection of historical music artifacts including costumes and instruments from the Grammy Awards, hand-written lyrics, records, and audio/video recordings.
The NoHo Arts District is a community that is home to twenty professional theaters, producing new work and classics, diverse art galleries, public art, professional dance studios, contemporary theaters, art galleries, cafes, and shops.
This art deco landmark from 1935 features a high-tech planetarium, public telescopes & city views. It commands a view of the Los Angeles Basin, including Downtown Los Angeles to the southeast, Hollywood to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest.