It's not just for tourists! Here's a sampling of our favorite sights, activities and attractions.

 

The Escape Hotel

The Escape Hotel

6633 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90028

The Escape Hotel opened in Hollywood in early 2016.  Escape rooms are best be described as a live puzzle game, utilizing a team (from two-12 people, depending on the size of the room and your ability to get along with others) to figure out clues and puzzles, and that all add up to the ability to unlock a door after a set amount of time (usually 30 minutes to an hour, again depending on your ability to get along with others; if you're super-stuck, there's always someone watching who'll give you a hint... if you want it).

The Laugh Factory

The Laugh Factory

8001 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90046

Opening its doors in 1979, the World Famous Laugh Factory has been recognized as "the #1 comedy club in the country" by such high-profile media as USA Today. With southern California locations in Hollywood (its original Sunset Boulevard locale) and Long Beach (opened in 2008), comedy's top stars, as well as today's brightest emerging talent, shine on its legendary stage.

Starline Tours Hollywood

Starline Tours Hollywood

6925 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90028

As L.A.'s leading sightseeing company, Starline Tours is pleased to offer a wide range of exciting Los Angeles tours from our Hollywood terminal. Discover the unique celebrity culture and history of this fascinating city, or let us conveniently transport you to and from many of Southern California's most popular attractions!

Museum of Broken Relationships

Museum of Broken Relationships

6751 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90028

The Museum of Broken Relationships explores broken love and other human relationships – what they mean to us, what they tell us about what we share and how we can learn and grow from them.  It is composed of objects donated anonymously by members of the public from all over the world.  Each exhibit is an object (some of them ordinary, some of them extraordinary) and a story, which together recount a watershed event in someone’s life.