The Hollywood Walk of Fame has over 2,000 star emblems inscribed with the names of celebrities in recognition of the honorees' contribution to the media and entertainment industry. The star emblems fall into five categories, i.e., classic film camera (representing motion picture directors and actors), television receiver (representing anchors), phonograph record (representing singers), radio microphone (representing radio broadcasters), and comedy/tragedy masks (representing theater/stage performers). The Hollywood Walk of Fame attracts film lovers from around the world. Locating your idol from among the stars and taking a picture with them is something you cannot miss when you visit LA.
By Subway: Take the red line and get off at Hollywood Highland station.
The parking fees here are relatively expensive. Most travelers arrive by public transportation or park in the surrounding neighborhood and walk over. You can search the number of the Stars handprints you are looking for in advance to know what block to start at. Along the Walk of Fame there are many street artists, performers and costumed “Star Impersonators” photos do require gratuity.