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Disneyland Park »

Disneyland in Anaheim is the original Disney theme park and the only one designed and built under the watchful eye of Walt Disney himself. Opened in 1955, Disneyland has become an iconic destination known throughout the world. Eight different fantasy lands come to life within this magical park with the... more »

Universal Studios »

Anyone with an interest in theme parks, movie sets and big time Hollywood film production will thoroughly enjoy this exciting entertainment destination. Universal Studios is one of Hollywood’s oldest film studios and offers fun-filled tours of their historic back lots, soundstages and movie sets in a dazzling fashion that only... more »

Getty Villa Malibu »

At the Getty Villa, it's hard to figure out which is the more amazing sight – the replica Italian mansion with million-dollar views or the exquisite collection of Roman, Greek and Etruscan antiquities housed within. Whatever your predilection, there's plenty of architectural and artistic eye candy here to dazzle your... more »

Kodak Theatre »

Renowned as the home of Hollywood's night of nights a.k.a. 'The Oscars', the Dolby Theatre (formerly the Kodak Theatre) has hosted the Academy Awards, among other high-profile televised award events, concerts and Broadway productions, since opening at the end of 2001. Part of the Hollywood & Highland Center entertainment complex,... more »

Santa Monica Pier »

Tinged with nostalgia, a visit to the Santa Monica Pier is a trip to the ocean from yesteryear where sodas were hand-pumped, classic arcade games amused, the rollercoaster was the scariest and most thrilling ride there was, and you could get your fortune told by a psychic! You can even... more »

Hollywood Walk of Fame »

For starry-eyed ingénues and visitors alike, the Hollywood Walk of Fame is a must-see Los Angeles attraction. Located along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks of Vine Street in Hollywood, there are now over 2,400 stars dedicated to entertainment industry greats set into this iconic sidewalk strip. The... more »

Hollywood Museum »

Infused with all the glamour of Old Hollywood, the four-floor Hollywood Museum houses over 10,000 authentic items of memorabilia from films, TV shows and iconic movie stars. The exhaustive celluloid collection embraces the kitsch, cool and sometimes creepy from the silent era to now. Want to see Elvis' bathrobe, Hannibal... more »