| Live theater. Home of the Academy Awards®
||Level 1 Awards Walk
|Hard Rock Cafe
| Full service, burgers, salads, beverages and more
|JAPAN HOUSE Gallery
| Exhibition Gallery
||Level 2 Awards Walk
|Lucky Strike Live
| Upscale bowling alley and lounge
(N. Highland Ave.)
| Sightseeing Tours
|TCL Chinese 6 Theatres
| State-of-the-art, six-plex movie theater
|TCL Chinese Theatre
| World famous movie palace (formerly Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
||Level 1 Hollywood Blvd
The 3,332-seat theater, located at Hollywood & Highland, opened in November 2001 and soon thereafter became known to more than one billion people across the globe as the first permanent home of the Academy Awards®. The Dolby Theatre hosts other high profile shows including America's Got Talent, AFI Lifetime Achievement Award, Latin American Music Awards and PaleyFest.
Experience all of the renowned elegance and celebrity glamour that the famed Dolby Theatre is best known for with a guided tour of the legendary theater. Check out an authentic Oscar® statuette, visit the exclusive Dolby Lounge and other celebrity hotspots, and view images from previous Academy Awards® ceremonies. Guided tours run seven days a week from 10:30am - 4:00pm, every half hour (subject to availability due to theater operations).
Level 1 Awards Walk • (323) 308-6300
Live theater. Home of the Academy Awards®
Hard Rock Cafe
Hard Rock Cafe is the rock ‘n’ roll themed restaurant everyone has come to love. Classic American fare is served up in an energetic atmosphere and feet tap to the beat while exploring a large collection of iconic rock band memorabilia. It’s by the far the most fun “museum” you’ll ever dine in.
Level 1 • (323) 464-7625
Full service, burgers, salads, beverages and more
JAPAN HOUSE Gallery
Featuring revolving exhibits showcasing Japanese fashion, design, art, architecture, media arts and robotics. Free Admission. Open Saturday-Monday: 10am-8pm & Sunday 10am-7pm.
Level 2 Awards Walk • (800) 516-0565
Lucky Strike Live
Lucky Strike Live is a premium, upscale bowling alley/lounge that has erupted into Hollywood’s hippest underground entertainment hub. Featuring live performances every week by national touring acts, local artists, and live DJs, Lucky Strike Live’s one-of-a-kind blend of edgy steampunk aesthetic, cutting edge lights & sound, gastropub cuisine, and beautifully modern lane design has turned it into a bustling magnet for Hollywood’s coolest (and craziest) crowd.
(N. Highland Ave.) • (323) 467-7776
Upscale bowling alley and lounge
STARLINE TOURS is the oldest and largest sightseeing tour company in Los Angeles, California, offering Hollywood Tours, Los Angeles Tours and celebrity tours of homes. Having pioneered the famous Movie Stars Homes Tour in 1935 - over 75 years ago!
Starline offers a full range of sightseeing tours, with Hollywood Tours and Los Angeles Tours including the Grand City Tour of L.A. and the Hop-on, Hop-off Double Decker City Tour from Downtown L.A. City to the beaches of Santa Monica and tours to major attractions including Universal Studios, Disneyland, J.Paul Getty Center, Knott's Berry Farm, Sea World, and many others!
Starline Tours picks up and drops off from most hotels in the greater L.A. city tour area. Starline's Los Angeles tours and Hollywood tours are fully commented by professional guides, in comfortable air conditioned coaches or mini-buses. The only exception being the CitySightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour which is guided by GPS pre-recorded professional commentary while riding on an open-top double decker bus.
Level 2 • (323) 463-3333
TCL Chinese 6 Theatres
2 Box Office locations: On Level 1, Hollywood Boulevard, or inside the Main entrance located on Level 3, across from Dolby Theatre.
Level 3 • (323) 461-3331
State-of-the-art, six-plex movie theater
TCL Chinese Theatre
It was once stated that “ To visit Los Angeles and not see the Chinese Theatre is like visiting China and not seeing the Great Wall.”
The Chinese Theatre is the most sought-after theatre in Hollywood for studio premieres. Fans flock to these events to see the celebrities arrive and walk up the red carpet into the theatre. Rich in movie tradition, with its cement handprints and footprints in the forecourt, the Chinese Theatre immortalizes the brightest stars. More than four million visitors from all over the world visit The Chinese Theatre every year.
The Chinese Theatre was declared a historic-cultural landmark in 1968, and there has always been a restoration program in process to maintain the theatre’s beauty.
Level 1 Hollywood Blvd • (323) 461-3331
World famous movie palace (formerly Grauman's Chinese Theatre)