Hollywood Forever Cemetery
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This place is unlike any other. The cemetery is the home of many Hollywood stars who have passed, and you feel its history as soon as you walk through its huge iron gates. The cemetery offers movies under the stars, where you can bring your own picnic baskets full of food and drinks. They also host live music concerts and lots of other fun events. Bring a tarp to lay down in case the grass is damp, extra blankets to cuddle with, and an LED candlelight to set the mood.
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...where you can still visit Rudolph Valentino, the three stooges, Clara Bow et al... just don’t ask for an autograph!
Cemetery to the legendary movie stars is one of Hollywood's tourist spots. In the summer, go to Cinespia.org to buy tickets to outdoor movies. We have chairs and a cooler you can borrow, so bring a picnic, your favorite beverage (alcohol is allowed) and kick back under the stars--some of the…
Sounds morbid, but this cemetery is the resting place of many celebs AND they do events here. During the summer they show movies outside, which is a HUGE attraction.
Famous cemetery, beautiful gardens to stroll. Look out for for Joey Ramone’s grave!
Great place to catch a movie in the park. Make sure to buy tickets ahead of time!
Elvis is buried here! Just kidding... Lots of famous folk are laid to rest within the grounds, however... open daily to the public and a pretty cool tour.
bring a picnic lunch. see where famous actors are buried. Rudolph Valentino Micky Rooney See the wonderful wild peacocks
Hollywood Forever is one of L.A.'s most fascinating landmarks and oldest cemeteries. The resting place of many Hollywood legends, it also features a summer series of movies and music.
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