The Hollywood Walk of Fame has over 2,000 star emblems inscribed with the names of celebrities in recognition of the honorees' contribution to the media and entertainment industry. The star emblems fall into five categories, i.e., classic film camera (representing motion picture directors and actors), television receiver (representing anchors), phonograph record (representing singers), radio microphone (representing radio broadcasters), and comedy/tragedy masks (representing theater/stage performers). The Hollywood Walk of Fame attracts film lovers from around the world. Locating your idol from among the stars and taking a picture with them is something you cannot miss when you visit LA.
By Subway: Take the red line and get off at Hollywood Highland station.
The parking fees here are relatively expensive. Most travelers arrive by public transportation or park in the surrounding neighborhood and walk over. You can search the number of the Stars handprints you are looking for in advance to know what block to start at. Along the Walk of Fame there are many street artists, performers and costumed “Star Impersonators” photos do require gratuity.
In fact, a bronze star pattern is set in the main street of Hollywood. The length of the avenue is 5 kilometers, and there are more than 2,000 celebrity names in the fields of film, television, radio and recording. Below this is a ring sign that represents the recipient's field of receiving stars:
movie camera - contributing to the film industry
television - contributing to the television industry
Phonograph record - contributed to the record industry
broadcast microphone - contributed to the broadcast industry
tragicomedy mask - contributed to the live drama
parking: Hollywood & Highland Center.
Transportation: Take the bus or subway, get off at the Hollywood & Highland station and walk for 5 minutes.
is located on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The annual Academy Awards Theatre is the premier theater for major international theatre companies to come to Los Angeles.
The Highland Mall is adjacent to the Hollywood Walk of Fame and is connected to the Dolby Theatre. There aren't many shops. If you are tired, you can sit in an open-air restaurant and eat while watching the pedestrians on the side of the road. On one side of the gallery, you can see the HOLLYWOOD logo far away. Even if you can't buy anything, it's still worth going.
Address: 6801 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles
Hollywood Hollywood, this Los Angeles-in-a-kind zone. This is the affluent area of Los Angeles, which is known around the world for its world-class film companies such as Universal, Paramount, DreamWorks, Disney, Warner, 20th Century Fox, and Columbia. In this star-studded place, Oscar's award-winning holy place. Some people say that if you walk in this area, you will always encounter a big name if you are lucky.
[Hollywood Universal Studios] Hollywood movies combined with advanced special effects to create the world's top rides with cutting-edge technology. Popular projects Jurassic Park, Mummy Revenge Roller Coaster and Transformers... The most distinctive feature is the cinema tour, which takes visitors through real Hollywood film studios to experience special scenes such as air crashes, floods, explosions, etc. The shooting process.
[Hollywood Walk of Fame] The Avenue of Stars with more than 2,500 celebrity stars. Built in 1958, it is a sidewalk that stretches along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in the United States, and is a famous cultural and historical landmark in Los Angeles. Here you can find handprints and signatures that like stars. There are various shops, theaters, and many street performers on the Avenue of Stars. You will also see role-playing in many movies. There will also be special performances during the New Year's Eve.
Arrival: Bus take the 212, 217, 312 and get off at the Hollywood / Highland station.
Take the red line subway and get off at Universal City Station. It is not far from the station and there is a free shuttle bus.