USA Attractions

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Paramount Studios

3 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

This graceful symbol of the movie industry's Golden Age, open for business since 1926, is the only major film studio still operating in Hollywood's commercial ...  Read more

Clay Cooper Theatre

The city of Branson, Missouri is famous for its many theaters and entertainment venues, and one of the acts visitors have been enjoying for more than 25 years ...  Read more

Alamo IMAX Theatre

When “everything is bigger in Texas,” you know the state’s largest film screen is bound to be something to see. This theater plays “Alamo: The Price of ...  Read more

Clark Planetarium

The Clark Planetarium was created to promote public awareness of the sciences by putting visitors through bamboozling interactive and educational ...  Read more

Comedy Store

Since the early 1970s, the Comedy Store has been famous for launching the careers of some of the biggest stars in stand-up comedy. Mitzi Shore (mother of ...  Read more

Fox Theatre Atlanta

Glance up during a movie, concert or live performance at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, and you will be dazzled by a gleaming starry sky. The man-made ...  Read more

Grand Canyon Imax Theater

At six stories tall and 82-feet wide, the screen at Grand Canyon Imax Theater is nearly as big as the canyon itself. Start a Natural Wonder adventure in this ...  Read more

Laugh Factory

One of the most popular, influential comedy clubs in L.A., the Laugh Factory bills itself as being in Hollywood – but is actually a few blocks shy of that ...  Read more

Los Angeles Opera

The fourth-largest opera company in the U.S., the L.A. Opera debuted in 1986 -- and remains headquartered -- at the Los Angeles Music Center’s elegant Dorothy ...  Read more

Marrakech Magic Theater

Right off Union Square lies the famous Marrakech Magic Theater. Regarded as something of a hidden gem of San Francisco, this small but intimate theatre is ...  Read more

Old Globe Theater

When is a park more than a park? When it houses the lion’s share of the cultural and entertainment attractions of the city. That is what Balboa Park offers, ...  Read more

Orpheum Theater

Originally built as a vaudeville-circuit theater in 1926, the Orpheum underwent a $3 million renovation in the early 1990s and is now the best-preserved former ...  Read more

Pantages Theatre

Originally part of a collection of vaudeville theaters, this Art Deco landmark opened in 1930 and became a full-time movie theater throughout the Depression ...  Read more

Second City

If Alan Arkin, Jack Burns, John Belushi, Bill Murray, John Candy, Dan Aykroyd, Eugene Levy, Gilda Radner, Shelley Long, George Wendt, Mike Myers, Chris Farley, ...  Read more

The Greek Theatre

Modeled after a Greek temple, this 5,700-seat amphitheater inside Griffith Park was designed in the late 1920s by Samuel Tilden Norton, the L.A.-based ...  Read more

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