One of the most touristic places in Southern California is Hollywood Blvd- the walk of fame, venues and super stardom are just some of the reasons many people are attracted to this place.
So if you decide to visit, here are a few places you should check out.
This theatre opened up in May 1927, its cement footprints and hand prints of famous Hollywood stars make this theatre unlike any other. You can measure your hands and feet and compare them to people like John Wayne, Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe and so many more.
And if you feel like catching a movie, the Chinese theatre has the world’s largest IMAX auditorium and is the only theater in California to have a state-of-the-art laser protection experience.
Since it opened, it has hosted multiple movie premieres. So, there is a good chance you can see some of your favorite actors walk the red carpet here.
2. Madame Tussands Hollywood Wax Museum
This is the perfect place to get a photo with all your favorite celebrities. You can find Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Charlie Chaplin, Johnny Depp, Julia Roberts and more.
Surprisingly, Madame Tussands has been around for over 250 years but the one in Hollywood has only been around since 2009. It was the fourth one opened up in the United States ,the first was opened in 1999 in Las Vegas.
Since 1992, this place has been making people second guess everything they thought they knew. Two floors of unusual exhibits and artifacts, and over 15 themed galleries. You’ll love this place, its interactive and entertaining.
This was “Hollywood’s First Home of Spoken Drama,” since its grand opening in May of 1926, the El Capitan has been a place of riveting entertainment. When you watch movies here, you will also experience pre-show entertainment.
The permanent home of the Academy Awards, which is plenty reason to visit this spot. It is also surrounded by tons of stores and restaurants.
The place to catch a Broadway musical, the original home of the Academy Awards back in the 1950s. Every seat is a good one and its always a night of glamour.
7. Walk of Fame
Throughout your exploration on Hollywood Blvd you will come across over 2,000 stars of people who made an impact on the TV, Film and/or radio realms. Tip: If you’re looking for a specific star, Google its proximity beforehand or it will be very difficult to find.