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Ennis-Brown House
2655 Glendower Ave., (323) 668-0234. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1924. Tours Tues, Thurs, Sat by reservation. Reservation required. Tour hours: 11am, 1pm 3pm. $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, students and children. www.ennisbrownhouse.org


Original Farmers Market

3rd St. and Fairfax Ave., (323) 933-9211. An historic landmark, Los Angeles tradition and world-famous tourist attraction for more than 60 years. Summer hours: Mon-Fri, 9am-9pm, Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-7pm.

Ferndell Park
Ferndell Dr. Los Feliz. Stream with waterfalls banked by ferns imported from all over the world. Gabrielino Indians lived in this area 10,000 years ago. Used often as film and TV location.

First United Methodist Church of Hollywood
6817 Franklin Ave. Used in many movies most notably the 1952 classic “War of The Worlds” where terrified people took shelter in the church to get away from the invading Martians.

Frederick’s of Hollywood
6608 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 466-8506. World famous lingerie shop. Retrospective exhibition of vintage under fashions dating back to 1946. Celebrity Lingerie Hall of Fame salutes stars of stage, screen and TV who “glamorized” lingerie. Open daily. Free admission.

Samuel Harriet Freeman House
1962 Glencoe Way, (323) 851-0671. Built in 1924 by Frank Lloyd Wright, this remarkable home’s interior furnishings were designed by Rudolf Schindler. The house has a unique history as a salon of the avant-garde and a haven for artists in the early ‘50s. Closed due to earthquake repair.

Frances Howard Goldwyn
Public Library

1623 N. Ivar, (323) 467-1821. Newer Hollywood landmark designed by Frank Gehry with multi-media facilities and special collections. After a devastating fire, the Hollywood Public Library was rebuilt by the Samuel Goldwyn Foundation and renamed. Hours: Mon-Thurs, 10am-8pm. Fri Sat, 10am-6pm, Sun 1-5pm.

Gower Gulch
Sunset Blvd. at Gower. Located near studios where many Westerns were filmed, the area was a hangout for studio cowboys waiting to be called for their next scene. Now recalled in a Western-style shopping center.

Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
6925 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 464-6266. This recently refurbished theatre was built by Sid Grauman in 1927 and is one of Hollywood’s icons. The famous footprint ceremonies were inaugurated in 1927 by Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks.

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