West Hollywood is a stylish city in California. It is known for its high energy nightlife. The famous Sunset Strip features the Chateau Marmont, live music venues, museums, and comedy clubs.
West Hollywood (WeHo) is a four-mile city surrounded by cities of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. WeHo is one of the most creative and coolest cities in all of Southern California.
Things to Do and See in West Hollywood
- MOCA Pacific Design Center
The award-winning design center is the leading resource for contemporary and traditional architectural products, contract and residential furnishings, floor coverings, fabrics, bath and kitchen products, lighting, and wallcoverings.
The center has nearly 100 boutique and international brands showcased at its campus. The premier center also features two restaurants (WP Restaurant And Red Seven).
The legendary Troubadour club has helped launch some of the most talented contemporary performers. James Taylor, Elton John, and Tom Waits are some of the greats who have performed at the club early in their careers.
The club is a popular venue among music fans who enjoy listening to live music in a historically rich setting.
Walks and Tours
- MAK Center for Art & Architecture (Schindler House)
The MAK Center offers a year-round schedule of events and exhibitions. The center is one of Los Angeles’s most loved architectural and cultural landmarks.
The many events at the center include innovative performance art, experimental fashion shows, and concerts of new compositions. The progressive center for art hosts concerts, lectures, exhibits, and other events.
- Runyon Canyon
The 3.5-mile hike is one of the most popular hiking trails in Los Angeles. The Runyon Canyon has several trails that have varying levels of difficulty. Hikers will be able to spot the Griffith Observatory and Hollywood Sign at the top of the trail.
- Book Soup
The Book Soup is an indie book shop located on the world-famous Sunset Strip. The floor to ceiling bookshelves has over 60,000 titles. Customers will be able to find some rare gems on the bookshelves. The shop is an essential stop for anyone visiting WeHo.
- The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
The museum features more than 130,000 artifacts and objects. This makes it one of the largest art museums in the Western United States. The campus hosts a magnificent collection of Asian, Contemporary, Islamic, and Latin American art.
After a day full of exploring art, visitors will be able to enjoy mouthwatering food at several restaurants and cafes at the museum.
Restaurants, Bars and Lounges
- Chateau Marmont
The bar and restaurant offer a quintessentially glamorous LA experience and attracts the beautiful and brazen. The terrace restaurant has a market-fresh Californian cuisine (with a French flair).
- Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood
The exclusive shopping complex draws celebrities to its chic restaurants, sidewalk cafes, and designer boutiques. The famous sidewalk restaurants include Chin Chin, Cravings, Sushiya, Le Clafoutis, and Le Petit Four.
- Melrose Avenue
The Melrose Avenue has several fashion street stores including Alice and Olivia, Das, Fred Segal, Paul Smith, and Theory. A plethora of furniture and home design shops and art galleries make the Melrose Avenue a must see for all visitors to WeHo.
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