A must-visit, historic venue along Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
Formerly known as Grauman's Chinese Theatre, this historic venue opened in 1927. The opulent cinema's décor includes artifacts brought over from Asia in the 1920s. It's famous for its legendary forecourt featuring the autographs, footprints and handprints of almost 200 Hollywood luminaries. While it's definitely one of the more "touristy" things to do, visiting Los Angeles and not seeing the Chinese Theatre has been equated to "visiting China and not seeing the Great Wall."