It was really interesting to walk the grave yard, we got there too late for a tour though.
A little pricey $18 including parking was too expensive to look at a graveyard and spend more money on (delicious) vendor food. Many clean port-a-potty bathrooms. Festival was interesting but need to go back when not so crowded.
Get there early! Lawn space fills up quickly! Bring a blanket to lay on, warm clothes, snacks and beer/wine. Do not bring high chairs, very frustrating to viewers behind you and also not permitted. There are lots of private parking lots around for $6+. Go as a date or with a bunch of friends! Loved it!
We had about an hour to kill before getting on line to see a show at a TV studio, so we went to the cemetery. I love cemeteries, and I enjoyed looking at this one. It's in great shape, and it has a very interesting mix of mausoleums and unusual headstones. A lot reference unknown people who worked in film... More
Puts the "creep" in "creepy"...........we loved it. Hollywood's immortals meet mortality, including Valentino, DeMille, Johnny Ramone,Don Adams, and a host of other burnt out former luminaries.. Definitely worth the visit!!
So what did you see in Hollywood? Most people won't consider a visit to a cemetery to be one of the highlights of their vacation. Hollywood Forever just might prove you wrong. After a period of neglect, Hollywood Forever is enjoying a Renaissance of sorts. The new owners have done a good job of promoting HF's status as Cemetery to... More
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