Melrose Avenue

A unique collection of restaurants, nostalgia shops, and boutiques for a hip and trendy look at what's hot in L.A. Between Santa Monica Blvd. & Beverly Blvd. and La Cienaga Blvd. & La Brea ...

Montecito Apartments

6650 Franklin Ave. Fine example of art deco style with Mayan influence, listed in National Register of Historical Places.

Mulholland Fountain

Los Feliz Blvd. and Riverside Dr. Dedicated August 1, 1940, as a memorial to William Mulholland who engineered the 238-mile-long aqueduct that brought water to L.A. from the Owens River Valley.

Murals in Hollywood

An array of murals provide diversion to the urban streetscape.

Museum of Death

6031 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 466-8011. Displays funerary items and mortician devices as well as war, autopsy and famous crime and morgue scene photos. Open daily. www.museumofdeath.net

Museum of Illusions

6751 Hollywood Blvd. Optical illusions designed to fill visitors’ photo albums with vivid and unusual photographs. Photography is not only encouraged it is essential. www.bigfunny.net

Museums

Refer to specific listings. (Also see MORE MUSEUMS)

Musso & Frank Grill

Hollywood's oldest restaurant, it was a popular hangout for writers. William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Raymond Chandler, Nathaniel West, Ernest Hemingway and Dashiell Hammett. (See DINING)

Orchard Gables

1277 Wilcox Ave. A Historical and Cultural Landmark, this arts & crafts European-style cottage built in 1904 is one of the early homes built before the moviemakers arrived in the Cahuenga Valley.

Original Farmers Market

6333 W. 3rd St. World-famous market, a Los Angeles tradition for more than 80 years. www.farmersmarketla.com (See DINING and FAMILY)
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