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   Fun Things to do in Hollywood, Ca.​​

1.Take a Tour of Paramount Studios
   5515 Melrose Ave.
   Los Angeles, CA 90038

Paramount Studios is a Hollywood landmark with its pink-arched gateway. There are other smaller working studios in Hollywood, and other studios you can tour outside of Hollywood, but Paramount is the only one you can visit and tour inside.

2. Attend a T.V. Show-Free

Getting free tickets for a ​TV show taping is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the Hollywood experience and get up close to celebrities. 

AAudiences Unlimited represents a variety of sitcoms like "The Big Bang Theory," "Dr. Phil Show," "America's Funniest Home Videos," and more.

On Camera Audiences specializes in providing audiences for talent shows like "Dancing with the Stars," "America's Got Talent," and "So You Think You Can Dance," game shows like "The Price is Right," "Family Feud," and Let's Make a Deal, talk shows, and more.

TV Tix makes arrangements for "Wheel of Fortune," "Jeopardy," "Real Time with Bill Maher," as well as other sitcoms and talk shows.

1iota offers tickets to "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," "The Late Late Show with James Corden," "The Voice," and more. Also, you can also request tickets to Jimmy Kimmel by phone, weekdays, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., by calling (866) JIMMY TIX.

3. The Hollywood Bowl
     2301 N Highland Ave.
     Los Angeles, CA 90068

What is it? A gorgeous and instantly recognizable outdoor amphitheatre that’s been hosting concerts since the LA Philharmonic first played there in 1922.
Why go? Nestled in an aesthetically blessed fold in the Hollywood Hills, the 18,000-seat venue can bring out the romantic in the terminally cynical. It’s the summer home of the LA Phil (and boozy picnics).

4. Griffith Park Observatory
    4730 Crystal Springs Drive
    Los Angeles, CA 90027

​Gaze at  the stars from the Griffith Observatory  Griffith Park
an Art Deco observatory that dates back to 1935.
Why go? The vista from this hilltop landmark is stunning, particularly at night when Los Angeles twinkles below. Inside you’ll find a bevy of exhibits, including a Foucault pendulum, Tesla coil and planetarium show.
Don’t miss: Give yourself plenty of time before the 10pm closing to gaze through the 12-inch refracting telescope on the roof, otherwise you can look through the far less crowded modern, reflecting telescope on the front lawn.