Crossroads of the World

6671 Sunset Blvd.(323)463-5611. Historical landmark built in 1936 as “the world’s first modern shopping center.” An architectural potpourri with Streamline Moderne, Tudor, Moorish, French Provincial ...

De Longpre Park

1350 Cherokee Ave. A lovely old "pocket" park one block south of Sunset Blvd. Jerry Fuller is said to have penned the Rick Nelson hit "Travelin' Man" here. Features sculptures honoring Valentino.

Dolby Theatre

6801 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 308-6300. Inside the Hollywood & Highland complex. Home of the Academy Awards. Guided tours daily from 10:30am-4pm. (see THEATRE)

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd. Built in 1922 by impresario Sid Grauman. Site of Hollywood's first movie premiere, Robin Hood with Douglas Fairbanks. Home of American Cinematheque. (See FILM)

El Capitan Theatre

6838 Hollywood Blvd. (818) 845-3110. Built in 1925 as a stage and movie theater, Orson Welles' Citizen Kane premiered here in 1941. Serves as the venue for Disney film premieres. (See FILM/FAMILY)

Emerson College Los Angeles

5960 Sunset Blvd. (323)952-6411 West Coast branch of Boston institution; futuristic design by noted architect Thom Mayne.

Ennis House

2655 Glendower Ave. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1924. For years in a serious state of decay, it is privately owned and being restored.

Ferndell Trail and Nature Museum

Ferndell Dr. & Los Feliz Blvd. Settled by Gabrielino Indians over 10,000 years ago, now a quarter-mile walking trail set along a stream banked by tropical plants, most recently seen in La La Land.

Ford Theatres

2580 Cahuenga Blvd. A historic gem originally built in 1920, the Ford reopened in 2016 after extensive renovation of the 1,200-seat outdoor amphitheatre. (See MUSIC & DANCE)

Frances Howard Goldwyn Public Library

1623 N. Ivar Ave. (323) 856-8260. Designed by world-renowned contemporary architect Frank Gehry. (See FAMILY)
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