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Cemetery, Funeral Home, Library Of Lives.

Funerals, Cemetery and Cremation Services

Business Description
Hollywood Forever is a cemetery unlike any other in the world. One of the world’s most fascinating landmarks, Hollywood Forever Cemetery is the final resting place to more of Hollywood’s founders and stars than anywhere else on earth. Founded in 1899, the cemetery was an integral part of the growth of early Hollywood.
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Regular Hours

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Phone: (323) 469-1181

Services/Products
Funeral Ceremonies, Burials, Cremation Services.
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info@hollywoodforever.com
Payment method
no credit cards
Neighborhoods
Central LA, Hollywood Studio District
Categories
Cultural Centers, Funeral Directors Equipment & Supplies, Cemeteries, Crematories, Funeral Planning, Caskets, Funeral Directors, Funeral Supplies & Services
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Parking: Street

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caguirre

06/23/2008

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Clever, cool, and Fun

My friends and I go as much as we can. Bring in our own liquor, food, and watch movies under the stars. Sooo awesome. The cemetery thing at first was a little creepy, but you don't get all spooked out here...they have cool tiki tourches that light your path, a dj that spins while you eat...
Movies are the best...You have to go with the right crowd...If they're boring, then so are you...hahaha...

Well, we love it....$10.00 for a great movie sounded by friends and my honey...anytime.

GIRLinMETROPOLIS

07/16/2007

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Movies

The movies played here are actually quite charming. Let me tell you, I'm scared of scary things. The girl no one should take to a scary movie scared, but this cemetery had a good vibe. It was a well organized event and there's great security. Parking may be some trouble, but all in all, a pleasant experience.

jenlawton323

10/27/2006

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Overall
boooooo

I thought haunted reviews and winners were about ACTUAL places that were believed to be haunted.....not some made up Hollywood thing....this is what they pick?...boooooooooo

vitalogst

10/05/2006

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Overall
Wonderful afternoon

There was a time when families would get together to converge at the grave site and respect their dead, cleaning off the gravestones. This is a time gone by, but cemeteries are a wonderful place to visit, Hollywood Forever is no exception. Besides the celebrity attraction, the monuments for lay folk are impressive as well. The Fairbanks pond, the Johnny Ramone monument are all wonderful attractions. Usually the days are pleasant and comfortable. Make sure to check out the asian burial section, beautiful statues of buddha abound there. One word of warning, on my last trip, there is a mausoleum in the center of a lake that has one bridge connecting. I was trapped on that island by a very large goose that nests near by. Every time I would approach he would peck at me, and I didn't want to attack him to make him go away. I had to wait for the security guard to come and get his attention before I could actually make a running leap over the goose. Not fun. The only negative aspect to an otherwise fine day. In addition, at night during the warmer months, Hollywood Forever will play older films on the walls and it's a great time. Check it out.

anekab

06/02/2006

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Star-seeker treasure

If you've ever wondered...where exactly Mel Blanc is buried, then this place is your answer. There is more Hollywood history buried in this cemetery than all of the rest of So Cal. If you're an Angeleno, it's worth a drive through on a quiet Sunday afternoon when you're done with your latte and newspaper. Bring the Hollywood and movie buffs for sure. But don't bring the kiddies. They'll never comprehend the importance of legends like Douglas Fairbanks, Victor Fleming, and Rudolph Valentino. However, there's always a huge Day of the Dead celebration that the kids might enjoy.

jodigirl3

10/25/2002

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Too tuff to die?

The best place for a walk. I love the creepy lake and all the tuff tombs. I ALWAYS visit the Jayne Mansfield Memorial and have been trying to find Dee Dee Ramone's grave.

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