Universal Studios Hollywood

A full-day movie-based theme park featuring rides and attractions including the world-famous Studio Tour and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. www.universalstudioshollywood.com

Vedanta Society Hollywood Temple

1946 Vedanta Pl. Founded by Swami Prabhavananda in 1929, preaches the philosophical basis of Hinduism. This temple attracted many Hollywood luminaries to pray and meditate. www.vedanta.org

Visitor / Tourist information

Hollywood & Highland at 6801 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 467-6412. 2nd level, #209. Open daily.

Walk of Fame

Created by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, the world's most famous sidewalk contains nearly 2,000 stars embedded along Hollywood Blvd. from La Brea to Gower, and on Vine St. www.walkoffame.com



TV Studios

(See TV Tickets & Tours)

Warner Bros. Studios

3400 W. Riverside Dr., Burbank. Where legends such as Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn, Bette Davis and James Cagney made their mark. Studio Tours daily. www.wbstudiotour.com (See FEATURED TOURS)

Wattles Mansion

1824 N. Curson Ave. Private mansion completed in 1909. Gardens behind the mansion are open to the public. www.laparks.org/historic/wattles-mansion-and-gardens

West Hollywood

Billed as "The Creative City," its irregular shape makes it hard to know exactly when you are within its limits. An exciting district of art galleries, specialty shops and restaurants. www.weho.org

Whitley Heights

Whitley Ave north of Hollywood Blvd. Built in 1918 by H. J. Whitley to resemble an Italian hill town; listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In the 20s many stars lived here.


1999 N. Sycamore Ave. (323) 466-5125. Perhaps the most romantic venue in Southern California, Yamashiro’s unique ambiance of historic tranquility and unparalleled views offer guests a place of ...

Largo at the Coronet

366 N. La Cienega Blvd. (310) 855-0350. Comedy on select nights. www.largo-la.com (See MUSIC)

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA)

(323) 521-7385. Hollywood-based non-profit organization designed to showcase innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world. Monthly screenings at 1139 South Hill St, DTLA. ...

Canter's Kibitz Room

419 N. Fairfax Ave. (323) 651-2030. Rock, blues, jazz and cabaret/pop seven nights a week. www.cantersdeli.com/kibitz-room

Pan-Andreas Theatre

5125 Melrose Ave. (323)962-6207. The legendary theatre was founded by George Pan, Jack Lemon and Richard Dreyfuss.

Three Clubs

1123 Vine St. (323) 462-6441. A music, comedy and burlesque venue for emerging local talent and established/touring acts. www.threeclubs.com

El Cid

4212 Sunset Blvd. (323) 668-0318. Various genres of music from rock to burlesque to Flamenco. Entertainment includes dining options. www.elcidsunset.com.(See MUSIC)

The Actor’s Company

916 A North Formosa Ave. (323) 463-4639. Three theatres: the 80-seat Let Live Theatre, the 60-seat Other Space and the 22-seat Little Theatre. www.theactorscompanyla.com

Atwater Village Theatre

3269 Casitas Ave., Atwater Village. Two 99-seat and two 50 seat theatres. Home of the Echo Theatre Company, the Circle X Theatre Company and Ensemble Studio Theatre LA. www.atwatervillagetheatre.org

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

6000 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 469-1181. Eclectic concerts in historic former Masonic Lodge. www.hollywoodforever.com/culture
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