A classic shopping center including movie theatres. Corner of La Cienega and Beverly Blvd.
Across the street from the Beverly Center, this shopping center features several dining options as well as a few chain retail outlets including Old Navy, Steve and Barry’s and Marshall’s.
Here you can see television shows being filmed! Located in Los Angeles at the corner of Fairfax Ave. and Beverly Blvd.
Century City Mall
Open air shopping center with movie theatres, Beverly Hills adjacent.
Located in Anaheim, about 33 miles south of the studio.
Visit the original Farmer's Market located in Los Angeles on the corner of Fairfax and Third Street. There are more than 120 restaurants, produce stands, and souvenir shops. Located next door to The Grove and CBS studios.
Open-air shopping center with movie theatres, sharing property with the Farmer’s Market on Fairfax & 3rd Street in Los Angeles.
The Getty Center
Home of the J. Paul Getty Museum and research institute, the Center collects and exhibits classical sculpture and art, European paintings, drawings, manuscripts, sculpture, decorative arts, and photographs. Praised as an architectural masterpiece, the Getty museum is located on top of the Santa Monica mountains between Westwood and Brentwood.
Griffith Park / Observatory / LA Zoo / Gene Autry Museum
This 4107 acres in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains features various attractions. Along with expansive areas for picnics and the odd soccer game, this park hosts the Observatory, where on a clear night you can observe the stars through their giant telescope. There is also a small statue commemorating the scene shot here for "Rebel without A Cause". The Gene Autry museum, where you are sure to leave walking with a little more "swagger" in your step, and also visit the LA Zoo.
Hollywood Blvd / Mann's Chinese Theatre / Hollywood Walk of Fame / El Capitan Theater/ Kodak Theatre
Visit the landmark Hollywood Blvd. and the famous Mann Chinese Theatre that contains the hand and footprints of present and past celebrities since the 1920's! The new Kodak Theatre is the home of the Oscar presentations and hosts various other live acts throughout the year. The Hollywood Walk of Fame runs down Hollywood Boulevard from La Brea Ave to Vine Street and has stars honoring stars of television, film, radio, music and stage. On Hollywood Boulevard, you will find several theatres including Disney's El Capitan Theater, the Egyptian Theatre and the spectacular Pantages Theatre, as well as many restaurants and shops.
Home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and performances by many jazz and pop artists. This outdoor amphitheater is nestled into the side of the Hollywood Hills and features a small museum and picnic area. You can pack a picnic, taking your own food and drink into the amphitheatre! Enjoy a lovely evening with great entertainment under the Hollywood stars. www.hollywoodbowl.com for schedule and details.
A complete online movie guide.
Hollywood Wax Museum; Ripley's Believe It or Not;
Guinness Book of Records Museum Located on Hollywood Boulevard, a mile west of the Howard Fine Studio, you can view extraordinary wax figures of both past and present legendary celebrities. Just across the street are both the Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum and the Guinness Book of Records museums.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
LACMA hosts some of the worlds most prominent touring art exhibits as well as houses an extraordinary permanent collection of European sculpture and painting, ancient Near Eastern and African pieces, Greek and Roman sculptures and more. Visit www.lacma.org for details.
La Brea Tar Pits
The tar pits are home to fossils and skeletal remains of native Los Angeles prehistoric creatures. The museum has interesting exhibits and live dig pits where archaeologists are still discovering the wonders of ancient Los Angeles. Surrounding the pits is a beautiful park, on the same property as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Six Flags Magic Mountain
Located in Valencia, approximately 45 minutes North of Los Angeles, this theme park is packed with roller coasters and rides that will thrill you and your family!
Visit trendy Melrose Avenue for shopping and restaurants galore. The heart of this shopping mecca is stretched primarily between Fairfax and La Brea, and is comprised of numerous restaurants and shops. West of Fairfax, you will find several up-scale shops and boutiques, as well as assorted high-end furniture and antique stores.
Take a drive along the edge of the Santa Monica Mountains and enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of Los Angeles. Mulholland Drive winds through the Hollywood Hills, giving you a glimpse of old Hollywood glamour.
Located in Burbank, you can take a tour of this studio and even sit in and watch NBC television shows filmed!
Paramount Studios is located at the intersection of Melrose & Gower in Hollywood. Tours are available daily and no reservations are required.
One of the most expensive and prestigious shopping streets in the world, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is home to Gucci, Valentino, Tiffany's and countless other upscale stores and restaurants.
Santa Monica Pier and Third Street Promenade
The Santa Monica Pier is a landmark of Southern California, including a Ferris wheel, an arcade and several restaurants. Right on the beach, the pier is a great place for family fun. Walking distance from the pier is Third Street Promenade, a pedestrian-only stretch of road packed with movie theatres, street performers, restaurants and shopping.
The Sunset Strip is home to the House of Blues West Hollywood, The Comedy Store, The Key Club, The Whisky, The Roxy and more. Countless restaurants and shopping line Sunset Boulevard between Doheny Drive and Crescent Heights Boulevard.
Theme Park and Universal City Walk Visit the famous Universal Studios Theme Park, located in Universal City, only ten to fifteen minutes from the Howard Fine Studios. Universal City Walk is home to movie theatres and ample shopping, as well as the Gibson Amphitheatre.
Visit Venice Beach for a truly unique experience! Here you will see performers of all kinds lining the boardwalk. From face-painters to tattoo artists; bodybuilders to musicians, the beach boardwalk is crowded with unique and local retail shops and restaurants.