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    Top Tourist Attractions in Hollywood, Ca.

1. The Hollywood Sign
    3000 Canyon Lake Drive, 
    Hollywood, Ca. 90068

As arguably the most iconic sign in the world, and the attraction that is most synonymous with Los Angeles and the United States, The Hollywood Sign tops the list of attractions in Hollywood. Originally constructed to read “Hollywoodland,” it was put up by a group of developers in 1923 to promote the land to sell for housing. Almost 100 years later, its morphed into something completely different. With ways to hike to the sign, as well as plenty of places throughout Hollywood to take photos, it’s a must-see attraction. Lake Hollywood Park offers great views of the sign, or take a hike up Mt. Lee Drive which will take you above the Sign!

2. Hollywood & Highland
     6801 Hollywood Blvd #170
     Hollywood, CA 90028

     www. hollywoodandhighland.com

Before 2001, The Hollywood & Highland Center didn’t even exist. Today, that seems unimaginable as it has become an anchor for the Hollywood neighborhood, even acting as the main venue for the Academy Awards. Situated in the heart of Hollywood just south of the Hollywood Bowl, the Center is home to the TCL Chinese Theatre (where the Academy Awards are held each year), as well as many shops and restaurants. It is one of the most frequented tourist destinations in L.A., and was even built with the Hollywood Sign in mind. A major archway in the heart of the complex offers direct views of the Hollywood Sign which makes for a perfect photo. View a Shoppers Guide to Hollywood & Highland to view the best places in the complex.


3. Runyon Canyon-Free

     2000 N Fuller Ave
     Los Angeles, CA 90046


Runyon Canyon is one of the favorite hiking spots for both locals and visitors alike. This hiking spot is approximately three miles from start to finish. Dogs are welcome on the trail, and you may encounter a celebrity or two on your hike. Your views certainly won’t leave you disappointed, including a great look at the Hollywood Hills and the greater Los Angeles Basin. 

Where to go wine tasting in Los Angeles

4. Heritage Fine Wines
    467 N Canon Dr
    Beverly Hills, CA 90210
    (310) 888-8042

​You may be wary of a wine bar on the corner of S Santa Monica Boulevard and Canon Drive in the heart of the Golden Triangle. But don’t let the prime location fool you: snooty service is nowhere to be found at Heritage Fine Wines. Quite the contrary actually—Heritage’s intimate space is quite the place to get an education in fine wines, with exceptional hospitality to boot. Owner Jordan Andrieu makes you feel right at home, that is if your home received a regular shipment of France’s famed Poilâne sourdough.