The California African American Museum
The California African American Museum is a museum located in Exposition Park, Los Angeles, California, USA
Chinese theater courtyard
This iconic, opulent theater hosts movie premieres & immortalizes hand- & footprints of the stars.
Kitson boutique on Robertson Boulevard
Considered one of L.A.’s trendiest streets, Robertson Boulevard boasts a crop of chichi boutiques and upscale eateries that attract starlets and the paparazzi who feed off them.
Hollywood & Highland
Located right in the heart of Hollywood, the bustling shopping complex has been credited for breathing new life into its surrounding areas. Built to the cost of approximately 615 million dollars, it opened its doors in 2001. The complex’s courtyard was inspired by the D.W. Griffith film Intolerance, and its center boasts stunning views of the legendary Hollywood sign and the Hollywood Hills.

Occupying nearly two whole blocks, Hollywood & Highland is comprised of 75 shops and restaurants, a movie theater, a nightclub, 65,000 square feet of gathering spaces, the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, TV broadcast studios and last but not least, the Dolby Theatre.

Restaurant Row on La Cienega Boulevard
There are now two Restaurant Rows in Beverly Hills. One is in the Platinum Triangle area (near Rodeo Drive), although the original Restaurant Row in Beverly Hills is located on La Cienega Boulevard, between Wilshire Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard. This small section on the eastern edge of Beverly Hills still hosts some of the area’s finest restaurants. Nearby tourist attractions are Beverly Center shopping mall, The Grove, Original Farmers Market, Miracle Mile museums and Beverly Hills hotspots.
Disneyland California
The first of Walt Disney’s ventures, Disneyland Park (official website) is 85 acres of everything you love about Disney – from the whimsical characters that dominate the rides and roam the walkways to the sophisticated “animatronics” that wow visitors, no matter how many times they’ve been here.

Disneyland Park is divided into Main Street and 7 additional distinct lands. There’s a reason to visit each and every one of them.

Main Street
The pathway to the castle and all that’s beyond, Disney designed Main Street to look like the principal thoroughfare of a small town. Here you’ll find a number of shops as well as a few attractions, like Great Moments with Mr. Lincolnand The Walt Disney Story. Hop aboard a horse-and-carriage or double-decker bus for a ride down the street.

Staples Center
Staples Center is a multi-purpose sports arena in Downtown Los Angeles. Adjacent to the L.A. Live development, it is located next to the Los Angeles Convention Center complex along Figueroa Street