Hollywood Is A Neighborhood In The Central Region Of Los Angeles, California. It Is Home To The Entertainment Industry, Including The Major Film Studios And Record Companies.

The Famous Hollywood Sign, Which Spells Out “Hollywood” In Large White Letters, Is Located On The Hollywood Hills And Is A Popular Tourist Destination. The Area Is Also Known For Its Historic Theaters, Such As The TCL Chinese Theatre And The El Capitan Theatre, As Well As Its Upscale Shops, Restaurants, And Nightlife. Many Famous Actors, Musicians, And Other Celebrities Live In Hollywood Or Nearby Areas. Hollywood Is Also A Melting Pot Of Different Cultures And A Major Destination For Tourists From All Over The World.

Hollywood Walk of Fame

Hollywood Boulevard is famed for its Hollywood Walk Fame. The Hollywood Walk of Fame houses more than 2700 stars that spans 15 blocks.

It is customary to find your favorite personality on the walk and snap a photo with the terrazzo and brass star. Acclaimed stars are not the only must-see attractions in the district.

Hollywood Museum

The Hollywood Museum is located at the Max Factor building in Hollywood California. Within the walls of the building, that was designed by Simeon Charles Lee and opened in 1935, are thousands of motion picture memorabilia. When the museum premiered in 2003, it was only open two days per week. Today it is the highest attended attraction in Hollywood aside from the Walk of Fame.

Capital Records

Capital Records is a symbol and fixture near Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles California. Founded in 1942, Capital records boasts working with many legendary musical artists. The iconic structure was created to look like a stack of records on a turntable and the blinking lights that beset the spire spell out “Hollywood” in Morris Code. The studio is still in operation and while you cannot go inside, the architecture is definitely worth seeing.

The Hollywood Sign

While on tour with The Parlor Car, it is recommended that you have your camera at the ready for the following adventure. The pièce de resistance of Hollywood is the sensational monument that is the Hollywood Sign. Located atop Mount Lee in the wheat-colored Beachwood Canyon are 9 letters that span 350 feet and spell out the word “Hollywood”. Each white capital letter is 45 feet tall and is recognizable from miles away.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Hollywood Forever is a full-service funeral home, crematory, cemetery, and event center that is located on Santa Monica Boulevard and a few blocks away from Hollywood Blvd and was founded in 1899. While anyone can be laid to rest at the memorial park, many Hollywood legends like Judy Garland, Rudolph Valentino, Johnny Ramone, Dee Dee Ramone, Mickey Rooney, Chris Cornell, Cecil B. DeMille, and hundreds of others rest at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. It is the one of the most visited landmarks in Los Angeles California.

Not only does it house the oldest Jewish cemetery in California and hosts the largest Dia de Los Muetos celebration is the largest outside of Mexico. Other events held at the park are, concerts, movie screenings, and community events.

Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood Boulevard is one of the most iconic locations in Los Angeles California. Some maybe be astonished to find out that Hollywood is not a city in Los Angeles County, rather the cultural icon is a district. The region is so special that it requires its own distinguished designation. A great way to view this expansive area is by booking an exclusive Parlor Car tour.

Home to the stars, museums, landmarks, and other Hollywood attractions that celebrate L.A.’s rich film and entertainment heritage are on full display. You can view recreations of famous celebrities at the Hollywood Wax Museum, gaze at the footprints of the stars at TCL Chinese Theater or, shop until your heart is content at the famed Ovations epicenter (formerly known as Hollywood and Highland). There are dozens of restaurants, shops, and other attractions in the area like Capital Records and The Hollywood Museum.

Why Visit Hollywood?

Hollywood is known as the center of the movie world. You'll see many famous locations from TV shows and movies as you tour Hollywood. To immerse yourself in the Hollywood scene, take a tour of Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, or Warner Brothers.
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