Hollywood Places of Interest
Visitors will find a whole host of other interesting little Hollywood landmarks that are worth a gander and maybe a snapshot or two. For example, you might want to visit the former site of the Montmarte Cafe, where Joan Crawford was discovered, or the Knickerbocker Hotel, where Elvis lived for a while.
There's Capitol Records - the world's first round office building, the Warner Pacific Theater - where Carol Burnett was an usherette in the 1950s, and NBC Radio City, from where Jack Benny and Bob Hope broadcasted their popular radio shows.
The list is endless. Many of these sites will be pointed out to guests during guided tours, but it's always fun to return for a closer look at the ones that are of particular interest to you or your traveling companions.