Dolby Theatre Tour
Step beyond the red carpet and experieince all of the renowned elegance and celebrity glamout that the Home of the Academy Awards® has to offer.
- Find where your favorite celebrities sat during this year’s ceremony
- See an Oscar statuette
- Visit our Dolby Lounge VIP Room and other exclusive celebrity hot spots
- View images from previous Academy Awards® ceremonies
- Guided tours of Dolby Theatre are available seven days a week. For more information on the Dolby Theatre Tour click here.
El Capitan Theatre
Group Sales Information
The El Capitan Theatre group rate program offers you discount tickets to a great movie experience. Click here for group discount information.
The Hollywood Sign, now recognized around the globe for its ties to the movie business, originally read “HOLLYWOODLAND” and was created in 1923 to advertise a new housing development in the hills above the Hollywood district of Los Angeles. It was never intended to be a permanent fixture on these hills, but after the rise of the American cinema in Los Angeles the sign became an internationally recognized symbol and landmark, and continues to make frequent appearances in popular culture.
Starline Escapades – Tours for Groups
Starline is excited to present an ESCAPADE from your daily routine. areas around you. Click here for group discount information.
TCL Chinese Theatre Tour
Be a star! Experience the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre as if you were a movie star. Click here for group discount information.
Walk of Fame
Designed by Southern California artist Oliver Weismuller in 1958 as a lasting tribute to the personalities who helped make Hollywood the most famous community in the world, the Hollywood Walk of Fame preserves the aura that has made the name “Hollywood” synonymous with glamour, and remains one of the city’s most widely – seen tourist attractions.
A chronological history of the Hollywood-based entertainment industry, the Walk of Fame includes the behind-the-scenes people as well as the most famous personalities. The Walk of Fame encompasses five acres of bronze stars lining both sides of Hollywood Boulevard from Gower to La Brea, and both sides of Vine Street, from Yucca to Sunset.
Inside each of the more than 2,000 stars is the bronze-engraved name of each honoree and a distinctive emblem identifying one of five categories — Motion Pictures, Television, Radio, Recording or Live Theatre. The first star, awarded on February 9, 1960, went to film star Joanne Woodward.
The stars located on the Walk of Fame in front of Hollywood & Highland Center include those honoring: Billy Crystal, Hilary Swank, Bruce Willis, Drew Barrymore, Elton John, Mickey Mouse and more.