The Walk of Fame is very much a tribute to Johnny Grant, a former mayor of Hollywood and relentless promoter of Tinsel Town. ... More
Hollywood Walk of Fame
The Walk of Fame is very much a tribute to Johnny Grant, a former mayor of Hollywood and relentless promoter of Tinsel Town. There is no mistaking what town you are in when you gaze down at the sidewalk and see these world famous gold stars. Encompassing a stretch of Hollywood Boulevard near the intersection of Hollywood and Vine, more than 2500 bronze-inlaid stars commemorate some of the most famous individuals in movies, radio, TV, recording and theater. Celebrities are added frequently, so give the Chamber of Commerce a call to see if you can catch one of the actual ceremonies and witness a star becoming immortal.
All the gift shops have the same things. But that keeps price to a low, sort of. For torists its a blast. For the locals it's just a cluster of crazy people and torists.
You can see the stars on the side walks, the hand prints in the cement, the famous theaters, celb look a likes possing, etc.
I expected it to be so much more fabulous, like on T.V. All it was was just the sidewalk and you see the names of the people who made it on to the famous "Walk of Fame" It's kinda crazy like New York. It's overrated.
welcome!!!!!!! the walk of fame is safe and fames it is one of the most gratest place to hungout and torun but wait I hite about the walk of fame is so crowded it's like 7;30 am it gets crowded like new york city.
this is unrelated to the reviews.a few years bac i was in hollywood. they had a tour that was in a black hearst. it was called the graveyard tour. very much enjoyed it. will be in hollywood apr 10 and 11th. very much like to do the tour. please email me with info. jane at firstname.lastname@example.org thanks