Los Angeles Visitor Information Center
The Visitor Information Center is located on level 2 between Dolby Theatre and Starline Tours and is your one-stop shop for visitor assistance including destination information, directions, public transportation questions, restaurant recommendations, sightseeing options and the purchase of discounted tickets to area attractions and events. Multilingual agents from the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board staff the Visitor Information Center, which also offers a variety of travel guides and maps. For more information about things to do and where to stay, go to discoverLosAngeles.com, or follow the tourism board on Facebook at or on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest at @discoverLA.
Hours of Operation:
9:00a.m. – 10:00p.m. Monday – Saturday 10:00a.m.-7:00p.m. Sunday
Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and the day before and the day of the Academy Awards
Address: 6801 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood. CA 90028
Go Metro to Hollywood!
Step outside Hollywood/Highland station and you’re on the Walk of Fame, just steps away from world-class shopping and dining, Dolby Theatre, and the best view of the Hollywood Sign – all at Hollywood & Highland. From sightseeing with the family to happy hour drinks with the gals, from movie premieres and awards ceremonies to hot nightclubs, you’ll discover the best of Hollywood begins here.
If you’re visiting Los Angeles, Go Metro to make the most of your trip. Get tips from Discover Los Angeles, or check out the comprehensive Metro Destination Guide.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Hollywood & Highland offers 6 EV charging stations, available on parking level P2. Charging is complimentary for four hours, afterwards you may relocate vehicle to regular parking or valet. Parking rates still apply.
Dolby Theatre Box Office
Dolby Theatre is the crown jewel of Hollywood & Highland Center. The world-renowned theatre is best known as the permanent home of the Academy Awards®
Dolby Theatre Tour
The 3, 332 seat Dolby Theatre, located in the heart of Hollywood & Highland Center, opened in November 2001 and soon thereafter became known to more than one billion people across the globe as the first permanent home of the glamorous Academy Awards®. As a first class live entertainment venue, Dolby Theatre has hosted a wide range of prestigious artists and events including Celine Dion, Prince, Elvis Costello, Stevie Wonder, American Ballet Theatre and various touring Broadway productions.
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