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Hollywood Wax Museum
6767 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Hollywood Wax Museum is located at 6767 Hollywood Blvd., on the corner of Hollywood and Highland. Want a pictureMore next to your favorite celebrity? Want to have the full Hollywood experience without the paparrazzi? Check out the fun tours of the Hollywood Wax Museum. Be sure to ask about discount tours and coupons.
Hollywood Heritage Museum
2100 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90068
The Hollywood Heritage Museum sits in the Lasky-De Mille Barn, across from the Hollywood Bowl on Highland Avenue. TheMore barn was built in 1895, and the Hollywood Heritage Society took it over in 1985. The society funds the preservation, maintenance and acquisition of memorabilia in the site, which was designated a California State Historic Landmark in 1956. The museum houses memorabilia from Hollywood's "heyday", the Silent Era. Pieces include photographs, movie props and production documents, as well as photos and postcards of Hollywood itself from the twenties and thirites. The museum is sometimes closed for Hollywood Bowl events and can be rented for parties, premieres and other special events. Adult admission is $7, and children under 12 are free.
The Hollywood Museum
1660 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Hollywood Museum sits in the beautiful Max Factor Building, a landmark of Hollywood for 75 years. The outside looksMore a bit like a castle, and the inside is standard old-Hollywood Art Deco style. More than 35,000 square feet in size, the exhibit space is adorned in gold trim, marble and chandeliers. The museum features Hollywood memorabilia from all eras of film, including silent pieces as well as props from modern blockbusters. The building is split into four levels, with rooms containing cars, posters, props and even one with more than 1,000 black and white photos. There's an additional top floor available for special-event rental. Tickets to the museum are $15.
Snow White Cafe
6769 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Snow White Cafe is located just off the corner of Hollywood and Highland. They offer a host of delicious meals and aMore wide selection of beer. Set amongst the sight and sounds of Hollywood's tourist district, you can check out many of the fun museums and shops of Hollywood Boulevard and stop in to Snow White Cafe for a quick lunch or for happy hour.
Madame Tussaud's
6933 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Madame Tussaud's is a well known hot spot in Hollywood. Conveniently located on Hollywood Boulevard, next to the ChineseMore Theatre, it is a wax museum full of famous celebrities and star figures. Visitors will be sent on a unique, emotionally-charged adventure through the realms of the powerful and famous. It is a perfect site-seeing museum while you're in Hollywood. Stop by to take your picture next to one of your favorite life-like celebrity.
Hollywood Guinness World of Records
6764 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
At the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, tourists will find a wealth of attractions: The Kodak Theater,More Mann's Chinese Theater and three museums owned by Ripley Attractions: The Hollywood Wax Museum, Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium and the Hollywood Guinness World of Records. The latter has a ton of interesting attractions, including the famous Guinness Book of World Records in the form of wax figures, videos, artifacts and more. These run the gamut, from celebrity novelties (Michael Jackson's famous leather jacket) to actual record breakers (e.g. world's tallest man, first animal in space). Get discounts on tickets to multiple museums.
Ripley's Believe It or Not
6780 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Ripley's Believe It or Not is located on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue. This museum is based onMore the collections of oddities obtained by Robert Ripley throughout his world travels. It is a mind-blowing museum, fit for all ages, of an eccentric world that must be experienced first hand.
Hollywood Studio Inn
7160 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Hollywood Studio Inn is located on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and North Formosa Street.  The motel is locatedMore in the heart of Hollywood, the movie capital of the world. The hotel is just minutes away from the Walk of Fame, Kodak Theater the new home of the Oscar's, Chinese Mann Theater, Wax Museum, Magic Castle, Universal Studios City Walk, Beverly Hills/Rodeo Drive, boutique shopping on Melrose Avenue and the Sunset Strip.
Rock City Railroad
5552 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Rock City Railroad sells vintage Americana collectibles, gifts, antiques, movie props and home decor items. It's also aMore museum, with no admission fee, located on the South East corner of Garfield Place and Hollywood Blvd.
The American Legion Hollywood Post
2035 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90068
The American Legion is a national veterans service organization. This location is Post number 43 and has been operatingMore in Hollywood since 1919. The building itself resembles an Army barracks but with art deco architecture. An honor roll of American war heroes decorate the outer facade. The courtyard contains a war memorial complete with an antique cannon. The building itself is available for private events including live shows, film shoots and receptions. The hall has a rich heritage and was a favorite place for local artists and politicians. Humphrey Bogart was a regular at the roaring-'20s-style basement bar. The American Legion Hollywood Post is also the location for many films and television commercials. Come for the museum, stay for the drinks.
Hollywood El Centro Apartments
6211 de Longpre Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Hollywood El Centro Apartments is located on de Longpre Avenue in the heart of Hollywood just steps away from SunsetMore Boulevard and Vine Street.  Hollywood El Centro offers studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments for seniors, families with section 8 housing, or those meeting the financial requirement. This gated apartment complex consists of a laundry room, basketball court, community room, shared barbecue patio area and tenant assigned parking spaces.  The apartment itself offers air conditioning, vinyl and carpeted floors and a full kitchen.  There are also monthly events put on by the tenants and management such as going to pro baseball games, museums, casinos, and much much more.  Hollywood El Centro Apartments is managed by Thomas Safran & Associates.