Hollywood Walk of Fame, Los Angeles

Bask in Hollywood glamour at Hollywood Walk of Fame, made up of more than 2,500 five-pointed brass stars embedded in the sidewalks stretching along nearly 20 city blocks. A permanent public memorial to achievement in the entertainment industry, the stars bear the names of actors, musicians, directors, producers, and fictional characters who left an indelible mark on American and world culture. Nearly 10 million visitors come to see the stars placed here in honor of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, James Dean, Walt Disney, and thousands of others. To save time looking for your favorite celebrities, use the official website's search tool to find the exact address of their stars before you make the trip. To visit Hollywood Walk of Fame on your holiday in Los Angeles, and find out what else Los Angeles has to offer, use our Los Angeles itinerary website .
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  • The Sidewalk of Fame and a small stretch of street where many gather for your Idol. Valley by celebrities that you left your mark. A space not too long and that everyone takes pictures, with the favourite idols. Where every year the world turns to watch the winners of cinema. We pay a visit to the Chinese Theater to the value of $18 per person. At Madame Tussauds you pay $19.99 per person. Dolby Theatre where are delivered the Oscar, with value of $23 per person. A tour that everyone should do. Just as the staircase where the celebrities are presented to the reporters in the world on the day of the party. A cheerful and busy space with souvenir stores, always with promotion and all for $5 from a t-shirt to the ima, ideal for buying souvenirs. If you're going to make all the attractions, we have to have more than 3 hours. Several anonymous artists in costume lend an air of celebration. To take pictures with them and paid. Hollywood a very good tourist area with many attractions.
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  • It was fun walking the street's sidewalks and discussing the various stars. Of course, the youngest had no clue as to who most of them were. That was a real lesson for us and our own legacy.  more »
  • the truth, it was my first time in los angeles and I thought that was something else, most beautiful, not worth, the area is full of souvenir shops, trout, with dangerous people and droagada already at 6 pm, with stars with names, ugly area only It is a great invention of Hollywood
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  • It's definitely the tourist trap thing to do. Parking is near impossible to find and the parking lots in the areas are $15 and up per hour. Along the strip you'll find restaurants, trap shops all selling the same overpriced things, and a few sex shops if you walk far enough. If you want to take pictures of the stars beware of foot traffic. It's almost impossible to do without fear of getting something snatched. Don't take the "free" music CD. These guys are ruthless wanting you to take their CD of course they worked hard to make it so pay up. At the Mann's Chinese theater is where you'll find the stars in concrete. It's a very small area. You're always bumping into someone. We had visited 20yrs ago as a couple dating. This time we went with our teens who were overwhelmed and a little scared of how crowded it all was. We did do the hand imprint on our personal concrete slab. It cost about $30. You can also buy tickets to the Chinese theater or buy a double decker bus tour. We didn't stick around long. We drove to the Santa Monica pier from Hollywood to enjoy the beach and fun activities.
  • Aside from the massive number of homeless wandering around panhandling, it's definitely something you should see. Despite the crowds, the best time to be there is in the day. There's thousands of stars and many are in the bar hopping area and it's so much hassle trying to find your favourite actor/musician while dodging drunk people. I still think it is a great experience and is worth the trip.
  • Yeah it's OK. nothing too special but its something you kind of have to do. Whats fun about the walk of fame is the people watching. There's so many freaky people doing their freaky things that its never boring. I live about a block away from the Walk of Fame so the touristy part of it holds no attraction for me. But the huge variety of clubs, bars, restaurants, freaky people and other things to do make it the world famous destination it is.
  • I love people watching in Hollywood. You can see every culture and every wall of life there. The walk of stars line the sidewalks as far as you can see. There are many artists performing on the street. It is a blast. 😍❤🎉
  • I love it here. There are so many different types of people and the attractions are great. Whether you have kids or you are an adult there will be something for you. There are street performers trying to make a buck, if they make you stop because you are interested and entertained then you owe them a dollar! Lol have fun!
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