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A designated National Historic Register Entertainment and Commercial District. Many Hollywood hopefuls have walked "The Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and imagined their names in the stars.
2301 Highland Ave. An important piece of Los Angeles performing arts history and a world-class cultural attraction, the 60-acre site opened in 1921. www.hollywoodbowl.com (See MUSIC)
Hollywood Bowl Museum
2301 N. Highland Ave. Located on the grounds of the Hollywood Bowl. Features photos, footage, programs and artifacts on the history of the Bowl. Free. www.hollywoodbowl.com/museum (See FAMILY)
Hollywood Farmers Market
Ivar & Selma Ave. between Hollywood & Sunset. (323) 463-3171. Sundays rain or shine 8am-1pm. Farmers, artisans, food vendors & entertainment. www.seela.org (See FAMILY)
Hollywood Forever Cemetary
6000 Santa Monica Blvd. The final resting place of many Hollywood legends including Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks Sr., Cecil B. De Mille, Johnny Ramone and others. www.hollywoodforever.com
Hollywood Gateway/The Four Silver Ladies
La Brea Ave. at Hollywood Blvd. Gazebo depicts Dolores Del Rio, Anna Mae Wong, Mae West, and Dorothy Dandridge. Designed by Catherine Harwicke and sculpted by Harl West.
Hollywood Heritage Museum
2100 N. Highland Ave. This barn served as the studio for the first feature length motion picture. It operates as a museum of early Hollywood and silent pictures. www.hollywoodheritage.org (See FILM)
Hollywood High School
1521 N. Highland Ave. Famous alumni include James Garner, John Ritter, Jason Robards, Jr., Stefanie Powers, Jean Peters, Rick and David Nelson, Sally Kellerman, Charlene Tilton and Carol Burnett.
From Los Feliz to Beverly Hills, developed in the 20s, intriguing secluded neighborhoods offer historical perspective above the city that hums and shimmers below.
in Max Factor Bldg. 1660 N. Highland Ave. Make-up studio on ground floor restored to its art deco splendor plus four floors of elaborate displays of movie memorabilia. www.thehollywoodmuseum.com
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