Why We Love Hollywood
Lights, camera, Hollywood. This bustling neighborhood in central Los Angeles is known as the hub for all that is the U.S. film industry. It's filled with historic studios, and its name is synonymous with all that is the entertainment industry. It's hard not to know its name, given the huge "HOLLYWOOD" sign that rests on Mount Lee in the Hollywood Hills section of the Santa Monica Mountains. For theaters, there's Dolby, Nickelodeon on Sunset, El Capitan, and Grauman's Chinese and Egyptian and more. To honor the years of history in the city, visitors can check out the Hollywood Heritage Museum or the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Of course, we can't forget the intersection of Hollywood and Vine, which features the center of the Hollywood Walk of Fame and all its stars -- literal and metaphorical.
There's always something to do in Hollywood, which is why Fresh Brothers loves it so much. The Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, are held each year at the Dolby on Hollywood Boulevard. Additionally, the city hosts the Hollywood Christmas Parade each year. Those touring the city may join the traditionally touristy activities the city has to offer, but Hollywood comes with its own collection of things less-industry centered as well. Children and adults alike love the Museum of Illusions, Museum of Selfies, Museum of Death, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, Museum of Failure, Museum of Broken Relationships, and the Guinness World Records Museum, which all offer exciting, non-traditional touring experiences.