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.
It is always a must to go and stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Plenty of street performers to see. Subway red line goes here so transport is very convenient.
it's a great avenue to walk through, a lot of museums and stores to shopping and to buy souvenirs, there are also many places to eat, you can get there by subway, I really recommend to visit it, it's a must in Hollywood
This is a great representation of the talent that was and is in Hollywood. The street goes on for miles. You can also go to the movies in the same building that America’s Got Talent is filmed.
flabous , must vist at least once in life can see actual actions of movies amazing
Starlight Avenue is more than one kilometer long. The east end of Starlight Avenue comes out of our parking lot. Along the way westward, we saw the names of Elizabeth Taylor, Carpenter, Michael Jackson and other stars. In front of the TCL theatre, there were some big wrist prints and footprints, even Zhao Wei and Huang Xiaoming.
Walk Of Fame is located in Hollywood, California. It is a famous tourist attraction, and millions of tourists visit it every year. Starlight Avenue is maintained by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and the self-financing Hollywood Historical Trust. Hollywood Star Avenue includes more than 2,500 five-pointed terrazzo and brass "stars" inlaid on the sidewalk along "Hollywood Avenue" 15 blocks and "Teng Street" 3 blocks. The "Star" represents the eternal commemoration of outstanding achievements in the entertainment industry, recording the names of actors, musicians, directors, producers, music bands, theatre groups, virtual characters and others. Chinese film and television celebrities, such as Wu Yusen, Jackie Chan, Ang Lee and Huang Xiaoming, leave their marks here.
Hollywood Star Avenue is a place where you don't regret coming. There are many vagrants on the way. There are many people. Someone always pulls you to take photos and make money. It feels very unsafe. The Oscar Awards Theatre feels a little shabby. It has no momentum at all. It turns around Beverly Hills. The luxury houses are very beautiful. Each house has its own characteristics and is very beautiful. Walk of Fame, 2,500 terrazzos and brass "stars" represent the eternal commemoration of those who have made outstanding achievements in the entertainment industry. A collection of world-renowned actors, musicians, directors and other hand prints and signatures, I was lucky to see Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, Feng Xiaogang, Zhao Wei, Huang Xiaoming and so on in China. I also personally touched Tom who played Forrest Gump, and former governor and actor Schwarzenegger of the United States.
Here you can see the humanistic landscape of the world's film and television. Hollywood is like an open-air museum. Every street has its own historical feelings according to the year. You can see the names of many movie and television stars. You can take more pictures to remember them.
We first drove to the intersection of Hollywood Blvd and Gower St (address: Hollywood Blvd N Gower St, Los Angeles, CA 90028), because Hollywood signs on the distant hills were visible when the weather was good, and this was the eastern end of Starlight Avenue. There is a parking lot at the intersection of Hollywood Blvd and Gower St, and USD20 can park for a whole day. So we parked here, ready to go west along Hollywood Blvd (Starlight Avenue is a section of Hollywood Blvd) to the busiest part of Starlight Avenue (TCL China Theatre, Dolby Theatre area). Along the way, I saw many stars of famous people I know.
it is a great experience for tourists to walk on this street with names of superstars, take photos with famous characters from movies, you can buy some nice souvenirs at shops along the street, but it is a bit overpriced. Tourists can find some places, bars to have a drink hoping to see a celebrity. I have only one suggestion for this place : they should really wash the sidewalks with shampoo. it looks quite dirty. overal it is good to visit once .