Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens

5333 Zoo Dr. (323) 644-4200. At Griffith Park. Where the real wildlife is! One of the world's finest zoos. Advance tickets recommended. Open daily. www.lazoo.org (See FAMILY)

Madame Tussauds Hollywood

6933 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood branch of famed wax works. Open 10am daily. www.madametussauds.com

Magic Castle

7001 Franklin Ave. 1909 Gothic mansion once home to actress Janet Gaynor, now world-famous private club for magicians. Operated by the Academy of Magical Arts for over 40 years. www.magiccastle.com

Max Factor Building

(See Hollywood Museum listing) 1666 N. Highland Ave. Opened in 1935 with a "premiere" attended by Claudette Colbert, Rita Hayworth, Marlene Dietrich and Judy Garland.

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
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