PO Box 48361, Los Angeles, CA 90048 Directions
Cultural Icon, Sigh Seeing, Observatory, Filming, Sights, Tourist and Oldest Place, Historical Site, Hiking, Educational Visits, The Sign, Photograph Services, Walk of Fame & Best Viewpoints
Hollywood Sign was written out in 45-foot (13.7 m)-tall, 352 feet (107.3 m) long white capital letters, and is one of the Los Angeles historical landmarks. You can explore this international icon's fascinating history, both present and future; it is also a memorial that sparkles a thousand sparkling associations. It has many spectacular landscapes that offering great photo opportunities, and give a new adventure to all the people who want to explore in the airy atmosphere. The Hollywood Path also provides a mind-bending side-angle view of the Sign, has two starting points in Griffith Park, the 6.5 square miles.
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304 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Directions
Marble Stairs, Structures, Landscapes, Ironwork, Events, Student and Group Walking, Self-Guided Tours, Architectural Building, Tourist Attraction, Elevators & Historic Places
'Bradbury Building' is the oldest surviving large building in the central town and one of the unique icons in Los Angeles. This five-story office tower is renowned for its impressive skylit atrium with access paths, stairs, elevators, and ornamental ironwork. The building has prominent Italian Renaissance architecture dated from the 19th century in downtown Los Angeles. It holds the beautiful Victorian trial, open cage elevators, marble steps, and ornate iron railings that make this place as one of the most photographed landmarks in downtown. The building's architecture is simply unbelievable, and it is decorated with lights and holiday reeves.
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2800 East Observatory Road, Los Angeles, CA 90027 Directions
Hollywood Hills, Historical Place, Special Events, Observation Decks and Towers, Shop, Star Parties, School, Planetariums, Public Telescopes, Exhibitions, Horizon Theater, Tourist Site, Leonard Nimoy Event & Programs
Griffith Observatory is a public observation deck with displays of a planetarium and science. The observatory presents the best views of the Los Angeles area, a planetarium, galleries, open telescopes, café, and stores. It is a public gathering place and one of the most popular attractions in Southern California. It contains a telescope which attracts all the tourists to admire the near view of the Hollywood Sign and a wide range of spaces and scientific displays. Griffith proposes over 300 movies and shows on television. It affords free admission for children under 5 & Wi-Fi service on its exterior.
Price: Adults - $7
Children Between 5 - 12 Years Old - $3
Students with ID & Seniors - $5