A trip to Los Angeles is not complete without a visit to the world renowned Hollywood Boulevard. This iconic site is home to numerous attractions that will keep the entire family entertained all day long. The section of the boulevard that is popular amongst tourists runs between La Brea Avenue and Vine Street. The legendary, lively street is home to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Dolby Theatre, Egyptian Theatre, El Capitan Theatre, Golden Age Theater, Guinness Book of Records Museum, Hollywood & Highland shopping and dining complex, Hollywood Museum, Hollywood Wax Museum and numerous other well known attractions. Tourists must make it a point to visit the Walk of Fame and take a couple of pictures with the stars embedded in the sidewalk; belonging to their favorite celebrities.
Open throughout the year, but the numerous attractions found on the boulevard will have different operating hours
Around 3 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The Hollywood Walk of Fame and the historic Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Muslim tourists will not be able to find prayer facilities on Hollywood Boulevard. They will therefore have to make use of the prayer facilities offered at one of the mosques or Islamic Centers in Los Angeles. Masjid Omar Ibn Al Khattab and the UCLA Masjid are a few of the many mosques in the city of Los Angeles.
Hollywood Boulevard has numerous cafés, restaurants, food stalls and kiosks. Tourists will therefore have no problem finding an establishment to suit their tastes and budgets. Muslim visitors may also be able to locate a couple of Halal restaurants while here. If unable to, they can dine at any of the restaurants on Hollywood Boulevard, on vegetarian and seafood dishes suitable for Muslims.