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)

Ozzie & Harriet Nelson's House

1822 Camino Palmero. Home of Ozzie and Harriet Nelson for 40 years and where David and Rick Nelson grew up. Hollywood High School, their alma mater, is only a few blocks away.

Pacific Design Center

8687 Melrose Ave. West Hollywood’s famous “Blue Whale” is a multi-use facility for the design community. www.pacificdesigncenter.com (See VISUAL ARTS)

Pantages Theatre

6233 Hollywood Blvd. A historical and cultural landmark and the first art deco movie palace in the U.S. Opened in 1930. Hosted the Academy Awards from 1949-1959.www.hollywoodpantages.com (See THEATRE)

Paramount Pictures

5555 Melrose Ave. Longest continuously operating film studio in Hollywood. The original gates can be seen at Bronson entrance. www.paramountstudios.com (See TV TICKETS and FEATURED TOURS)

Plummer Park

7377 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 845-0172. Part of Plummer Estate that Helen Hunt Jackson, author of Ramona, visited. Park includes recreational facilities. Farmers Market every Mon 9am-2pm. www.weho.org ...

Raleigh Studios

5300 Melrose Ave. Working studio dates back to 1914. Home of classic films such as Mark of Zorro, The Three Musketeers, In the Heat of the Night, and TV's Superman. www.raleighstudios.com (See EVENTS)
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