Iconic Hollywood Attractions To Visit In One Day

August 10, 2016
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While Hollywood is a must-do stop for any trip to Los Angeles, sometimes there is simply not enough time in a vacation to do everything. If this is the case, and you only have a little bit of time to visit, there are some places that you can skip and others that you must do. When staying in one of the boutique hotels in West Hollywood or surrounding areas, here are some iconic Hollywood attractions to visit in one day.

A look at the Hollywood Walk of Fame is a must if you are stopping in Hollywood. Lucky for you, if you’re pressed for time, it is easy enough to look at the Walk Of Fame since the stars are simply all along the sidewalk. As you walk down Hollywood Blvd, simply look down and see if you can spot some of your favorite actors, musicians, and other entertainers. For more information, visit www.walkoffame.com

The TCL Chinese Theater, formerly known as Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, is a historic location in Hollywood. The theater was opened in 1926, and played an integral role during the golden age of Hollywood. Throughout its history, the theater has been home to a number of world premiere’s including George Lucas’ Star Wars in 1977. Since partnering with IMAX Corporation, the Chinese Theater is now the largest IMAX auditorium in the world. If you have the time, check out a film at the TCL Chinese Theater. If not, simply walking the grounds is exciting as well as you can see nearly 200 celebrity footprints, handprints and autographs in the concrete of the theatre’s forecourt. Visit www.tclchinesetheatres.com for more information.

Madame Tussauds Hollywood is another attraction to visit while in Hollywood. At Madame Tussauds, you can see wax renditions of world famous celebrities. See celebrities such as Uma Thurman, Whitney Houston, and Jason Derulo. There are also different categories from the Marvel Superheroes to Country Western to Pop Icons. For more information, visit www.madametussauds.com/hollywood

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