TCL Chinese Theatre

Local nameTCL Chinese Theatre
LocationLos Angeles, USA

A theatre palace built in an architectural style aiming to copy traditional Chinese architecture. The interior of the theatre is no less beautiful than the outside.

Also known as the TCL Chinese Theatre, this place witnessed many famous movie premieres as well as three Academy Award ceremonies since its construction in 1926. You can also admire the hand and footprints of popular Hollywood residents here. When you are done, go watch a movie in the theatre's reconstructed hall, which can host as many as 932 people, making it one of the largest movie theatre halls of today.

Unfortunately, the theatre is usually very busy, to the point where it may be difficult for you to take pictures of the foot and hand imprints.

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Opening hours

The theatre is generally open from 8 a.m. until midnight.

20-minute walking tours are offered 7 days a week excluding special events.
Reserve the tour online.

Admission

Ticket prices vary according to the events.

Tours:
Adults: $18
Seniors: $14
Children: $8

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grauman's_Chinese_Theatre

Official Website http://tclchinesetheatres.com/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TCLChineseTheatres

Email manager@chinesetheatres.com

Phone 323-461-3331

Address 6925 Hollywood Boulevard, 90028, Hollywood

Coordinates 34°6'7.514" N -118°20'27.422" E

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