You can read about the decline and ongoing rebirth of Hollywood Boulevard by clicking here, or you can read about the Boulevard's role in the overall Hollywood experience by clicking here. But if you just want to cut to the chase, and find out what there is to do on the Boulevard, then you've come to the right page.
Before the recent Hollywood renaissance, most tourists who came to Hollywood spent only a few minutes on Hollywood Boulevard. They went to the Grauman's Chinese Theatre forecourt, looked at the stars' footprints, quickly saw that the Boulevard was not what they imagined it would be, shook their heads and headed back to their cars, certain that there was nothing much more to do in the area.
But they were wrong. Even then, there was actually quite a lot to do on the Boulevard, and a number of historic Hollywood sites to see there, if you know what is available and where to go.
As unlikely as it may seem at first glance, it is possible to spend most of the day on Hollywood Boulevard and have a good time.
Here is one possible itinerary (click on the blue links to learn more about each attraction):
addresses are on the south side Hollywood Boulevard;
[For more information, you can access the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce website at http://hollywoodchamber.net.]
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