FUN THINGS TO DO IN LOS ANGELES
Among the countless things to do in LA, a visit to the entertainment capital of the world is a must. Enjoy these top LA attractions voted by Guinness Museum patrons as the ten best LA activities.
IRIS is a new Cirque du Soleil production that brings together dance, acrobatics, live video, filmed sequences and animation to take spectators on a fantastic voyage through the history of cinema and its genres. The show is performed live at The Kodak Theatre, home of the Academy Awards.
Come play with the stars! Step right into your favorite films and TV shows and rub elbows with your Hollywood favorites, sculpted in wax and crafted with amazing detail. The spotlight is on you as you walk the red carpet with A-list stars, ride aboard the Titanic, encounter Frankenstein and Freddy, sit inside Jeannie's bottle and lots more! Fun film facts and celebrity quotes are displayed at each set.
Guests have their own shot to shine with a personal star ceremony and commemorative photo. Be honored individually or in a group. Select one of the five Walk of Fame medallions, and ham it up for the camera with an authentic Walk of Fame star in the ultimate Hollywood experience.
6773 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 462-5991
This historic theatre (opened by Sid Grauman in 1922) offers special events and screenings, as well as twice-per-week showings of the 55-minute film Forever Hollywood, narrated by Sharon Stone.
Opened in 1952, this studio is the master control facility for the west coast TV operations of CBS. It is the hub for taping hundreds of shows, including many not broadcast on CBS. Free tickets are often available for shows taped in front of a live audience, including game shows, talk shows, and situation comedies.
One of Hollywood's landmarks, the Pantages was an ornate movie house with live vaudeville acts between features, as well as the site of many gala premieres. For ten years, it was the home of the Academy Awards. Today, it is one of the leading legitimate live theatre houses in Los Angeles.
The newest hotel destination in Hollywood, the W is ushering in a new era of Hollywood's heyday in a remake of classic chic. The W Hollywood offers fabulous Los Angeles dining at Delphine, gorgeous views of the city and celebrity sightings at the popular nightclub Drai's, and a saucy rooftop pool.
Eva Longoria of TV's "Desperate Housewives" and Celebrity Chef Todd English bring their boldly creative culinary style to Hollywood with Beso Restaurant and Kiss Nightclub. Beso takes a Latin approach to a classic steakhouse cuisine in a romantic, candlelit dining room.
Witness Hollywood history in the making with a two-hour VIP tour. As the longest operating and only remaining major studio in Hollywood, you'll see where some of the most celebrated motion pictures were made and leave feeling like a part of film history.
Catch a real Walk of Fame star ceremony and get the scoop on your favorite stars. The all-new official Hollywood Walk of Fame website offers the most comprehensive and accurate information about the famous 3.2-mile walk and its honorees.