If you’re in Hollywood, you probably have a list of fun activities that you want to enjoy. While sometimes these activities can quickly become expensive, there’s some good news too. Here are some fun Hollywood attractions that won’t break the bank, one of which is staying at Sunset Plaza West Hollywood.
You probably already know that you can see the stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but did you know that you can see handprints, footprints, and autographs immortalized on the cement outside the Chinese Theatre? Here, you’ll find handprints etc from some of the biggest names during the golden age of Hollywood such as Clark Gable, John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant, Bette Davis, Paul Newman, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Taylor, Big Crosby, Jean Harlow and Marilyn Monroe. You’ll even find prints from Star Wars characters such as Darth Vader, C-3PO and R2D2. Stop by the Chinese Theatre for this FREE attraction.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a public sidewalk that stretches down Hollywood Blvd as well as Vine Street. Along these sidewalks, you’ll see the names of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Whether it be stars from Movies, Television, Music Performances or Theater, this is how celebrities are honored. When you come down to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, try and find your favorite stars and snap the perfect picture to remind you of your time in Hollywood!
If you’re in Hollywood, checking out the historic Hollywood Sign is a must. The sign first started off as an ad campaign for a new housing development that would be called “Hollywoodland”. The sign was put up in 1923 and even though the housing project was never actualized, the “Hollywood” from the original ad was kept up. A great view of the sign can actually be seen from the corner of Hollywood and Vine. A trip to the Griffith Park Observatory also offers clear views of the sign, and the best part is - all these options are FREE.
Jan 21, 2017
Hollywood Attractions on a Budget
Visiting Hollywood does not have to be expensive. Visit the Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood Walk of Fame or the HollywoodSign if you are on a budget.