Things to Do in Hollywood

Searching for movie stars? Hollywood is the place. Visit attractions Hollywood Walk of Fame, handprints/footprints at Grauman’s Chinese Theater, next door to the Hollywood & Highland Center and Kodak Theatre or RockWalk. See the former Capitol Records Building or take photos of the Hollywood sign. Take in a show at El Capitan Theatre or the Hollywood Bowl. Tour Paramount Studios, Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House or Hollywood Forever Cemetery; drive past celebrity homes. Find more things to do: Wax Museum, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, Madame Tussauds, Guinness Book of World Records. Dine in great restaurants. Stay in hotels from luxury to value.
Things To & Do

Red Line Tours - Hollywood


Hollywood, California
323-402-1074
Tours
Tour Tickets
Red Line is reputed to be the city’s oldest and first walking tour company. To facilitate the experience, guests are provided headsets to better enjoy the information above the din of traffic along Hollywood Blvd.

The Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes tour spotlights historic architecture and landmarks, such as Grauman’s Chinese Theatre*, Kodak Theatre*, Hollywood Walk of Fame*, El Capitan*, Egyptian Theatre* and the Roosevelt Hotel.
Hours & Admission
Daily 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission.
Tours
75 minutes to 1.5 hours guided with 1.25 hours of actual walking; Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes - daily 10:00 a.m., 12:00 noon, 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Closed December 25 and day of the Academy Awards®.
Parking
24/7. Underground garage between the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel and Hollywood & Highland Center; southbound traffic turn right on Johnny Grant Way, the sign reads "5 Star Public Parking Hollywood & Highland." There is also an entrance on N. Orange Dr.
Directions
From the San Fernando Valley, take U.S. Highway 101 (Hollywood Freeway) south, exit (right) Highland Ave./Hollywood Bowl. The street curves down to Hollywood Blvd.

From the south, take Interstate 110 (I-110)/(Harbor Freeway) north and take U.S. Highway 101 (Hollywood Freeway) north and exit right (sharp turn) Highland Ave./Hollywood Bowl. The street curves down to Hollywood Blvd.

From Orange County/downtown Los Angeles, take U.S. Highway 101 (Hollywood Freeway) north and exit (right; sharp turn) Highland Ave./Hollywood Bowl. At the end of the ramp, stay right and merge on Odin St. Travel to Highland Ave. and turn left.

From Riverside/San Bernadino, take Interstate 10 (I-10)/(San Bernadino Freeway) west and merge on U.S. Highway 101 (Santa Ana Freeway/Hollywood Freeway) north and exit right (sharp turn) Highland Ave./Hollywood Bowl. The street curves down to Hollywood Blvd.

From Santa Monica, take Interstate 10 (I-10)/(Santa Monica Freeway) east and merge on Interstate 110 (I-110)/(Harbor Freeway) north and then take U.S. Highway 101 (Hollywood Freeway) north and exit right (sharp turn) Highland Ave./Hollywood Bowl. The street curves down to Hollywood Blvd.

From Beverly Hills, take Beverly Blvd. east to N. La Brea Ave. and turn left (north) and travel to Franklin Ave. and turn right (east). Travel to Highland Ave. and turn right on Highland Ave.

Mass transit: Metro - Red Line, Hollywood & Highland Center.
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