Hollywood Bowl




The Hollywood Bowl is the United States' largest natural amphitheater. It first opened in 1922 and is the Los Angeles Philharmonic's summer residence. The success season for the Outdoor Bowl usually runs from early June to October. The holiday show culminates in a dazzling fireworks display every year on July 4th.




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Universal Studios Hollywood


Griffith Park

Rodeo Drive

Petersen Automotive Museum

Madame Tussauds Hollywood

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Hollywood Wax Museum Los Angeles

Los Angeles Zoo

Warner Brothers Studios

Little Tokyo

Museum of Contemporary Art Grand Avenue

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Historic Route 66

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Grammy Museum

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Egyptian Theatre

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Ace Hotel Los Angeles

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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Hollywood Pantages Theatre

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

26Mile Bike Path

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

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The Viper Room

Third Street Promenade

Universal CityWalk

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Auto Club Speedway

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California Science Center

Capitol Records Building

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Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

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Fashion District

Greystone Mansion and Park

Hollywood & Highland

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House of Blues on Sunset

Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens

Japanese American National Museum

L.A. Live

Los Angeles Farmers Market


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Museum of Tolerance

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