Farmers Market: Located next to the CBS television studios and the Grove, the Farmers market is south of Hollywood Boulevard at third and Fairfax. The charm of eh farmers market lies in unpretentious connection to the past: red vinyl stools and green counters, green painted folding chairs. Some enterprising farmers started this market in 1934 at the corner of Fairfax and Third Street. Over 80 years later, the farmers market is still one of the most popular sights in Los Angeles, an official Los Angeles Cultural historical Land mark drawing over three million visitors a year. Forest Lawn Cemetery: Aside from the permanent residents, these cemeteries have beautiful grounds, museums, and other features worthy of a visit.
Hollywood Bowl: This open air theatre features concerts all summer. Hollywood Bowl Concerts are one of southern California’s iconic events, and one of the most pleasant ways to spend a summer evening. The ambience is laid back and sophisticated. Popular musicians from Frank Sinatra to the Beatles have also performed at the Hollywood bowl over the years.
Hollywood Heritage Museum: Located in the barn first used by Cecille B. DeMille and later the first building on Paramount Studios’ lot’ this small museum celebrates the early days of film making.