One of Los Angeles’ pre-eminent shopping and entertainment complexes, Hollywood & Highland boasts two heritage movie theaters—the TCL Chinese Theatre and the Dolby Theatre—and dozens of shops and restaurants. It’s also located steps away from the Hollywood Walk of Fame and hosts the annual Academy Awards,
Hollywood & Highland is much more than just a shopping center: it’s the beating heart of Hollywood. Follow in the footsteps of the stars at the Dolby Theatre; take in a screening at the storied TCL Chinese Theatre; browse more than 60 shops; dine at 25 different restaurants; enjoy cultural immersion at the Japan House; or challenge your friends and family to bowling at Lucky Strike. Explore the complex independently or visit as part of a Hollywood neighborhood tour.
Things to Know Before You Go
- The Los Angeles Visitor Information Center is conveniently located on level two of the complex.
- The complex is known for its large, scenic courtyard; bring your camera, because its archway perfectly frames the Hollywood Sign in the distance.
- The majority of the complex is wheelchair and stroller accessible.
- Hollywood & Highland and its venues host a busy events calendar, which includes Japan House exhibitions, cinema tours, happy hours, and more.
How to Get There
As its name suggests, Hollywood & Highland is located at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue. If using public transportation, take the Metro Red Line to Hollywood/Highland Station; the mall can also be reached by several bus lines, including the DASH Hollywood. Alternatively, travel by taxi or ride-share service.
When to Get There
Hollywood & Highland is typically open from 10am-10pm, Monday-Saturday, and from 10am-7pm on Sunday; it’s closed every year on Oscar Sunday. Note that the many shops, restaurants, and movie theaters all operate independent opening hours, so it’s recommended to research specific times.
Essential Hollywood Landmarks
Given its prime location in the heart of Hollywood, Hollywood & Highland just steps from many of the area’s most in-demand attractions. Nearby highlights include the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Madame Tussauds Hollywood, El Capitan Theatre, and the Hollywood Museum.