Smack-dab in the Hollywood Hills, there's a vast tract of hills empty save for the occasional hiker and coyotes, with spectacular views of the city below.
This retired orbiter gives an up-close-and-personal look at an actual rocket ship.
Ride a mechanical bull, see an IMAX movie, eat upscale at Wolfgang Puck's or browse the dozens of shops at this promenade, part of the Universal Studios entertainment complex (don't forget the rides!) just over the hills from WeHo.
You've seen it in so many movies, but the real thing is every bit as fabulous, with buskers of all kinds (jugglers, musicians), bikini-clad rollerbladers, surfers and, of course, the men working out to show off what they're got. Ogling is allowed!
Dozens of stalls offering the most mouth-watering food from mom-and-pop purveyors; restaurants of every ethnic cuisine; artisinal beauty products; and plenty of souvenirs only begin to describe one of L.A.'s oldest and best-loved institutions.