North Hollywood, also known as NoHo district, is a vibrant neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley. It’s also a thriving suburb of Los Angeles. It is known for its relaxed lifestyle and vibrant arts district, which houses approximately 20 theatres as well as a variety of galleries and entertainment venues.

Accessibility is another thing that North Hollywood is famous for. It is easy to find everything you need in the area.

You could start your day in North Hollywood with a cup of coffee at a small cafe. By afternoon you might be in the Arts District enjoying live performances, local art, or cocktails and craft beer at one the many unique lounges.

North Hollywood is home to many restaurants. There are also numerous shops in the arts district.

Many festivals are held throughout the year, including NoHo Cinefest, NoHo Music Festival and Vegan Street Fair.

Here are 15 of the best things to do around North Hollywood, California.

1. Warner Bros. Behind the Scenes Studio

Warner Brothers Studio

Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes on your favorite television shows? Warner Bros. Studio is your chance to see what it’s like behind the scenes of your favorite television shows. Studio will give you a glimpse of the production set and some cool memorabilia.

This facility is home to one of the largest production companies in the country. You’ll be able to tour the set of your favourite TV shows, such as Friends and The Big Bang Theory, during your tour.

You’ll see many things as you move around the studio in a trolley: backlots, exhibits dedicated to popular movies, costumes, and elaborate soundstages.

The history of TV and film production at the studio will be discussed and technical capabilities through the years will also be explained.

You can take your photo on the Big Bang Theory or Friends set, or you can enjoy a coffee at the Central Perk-themed café, or browse the Hollywood-themed gift shop.

2. Create A Unique Meal at Rodini Park

Rodini Park, North Hollywood allows you to pick what you would like on your plate. Choose from the menu and choose your fillings, proteins and toppings. Then, top it off with your favorite sauce.

There are many combinations that you can make. It can be difficult to decide which of the delicious ingredients you will add to your meal.

You’ll find many different pitas, salads platters, soups, and desserts on the menu. Slow-roasted chicken, Greek Mexican Gyro and pork shawarma are the main courses.

Every item on the menu are fresh and homemade. The bakery also offers freshly baked goods.

3. Los Angeles Zoo Animals

Los Angeles Zoo

Los Angeles Zoo is a great place to take the family. You’ll find a variety of reptiles and mammals on 133 acres. A beautiful botanical garden is also available on site, as well as a children’s carousel.

Educational talks are given throughout the day. Events such as the LA Zoo Lights take place throughout each year.

4. Wildwood Canyon Park invites you to get outdoors

Wildwood Canyon Park

Wildwood Canyon Park is a great place to spend a day in nature. You will find many hiking trails in this nature area, which offer stunning views and native wildflowers. There are a variety of difficulty levels.

There is also a large area where you can enjoy a picnic. There are also restrooms. The park hosts many events throughout the year through the Burbank Nature Program.

5. Blue Palms Brewhouse offers local craft beer

Blue Palms Brewhouse offers a relaxed atmosphere that evokes the feel of a neighborhood alehouse. Enjoy some snacks like nachos and pretzels while you relax.

Blue Palms is a tap and bottled beer bar that specializes in stouts, pale ales and ciders. Although the beer selection changes frequently, there are always 24 in-house ales. A mini-tasting is possible. All drinks are served in the appropriate glass at the right temperature.

6. The Burbank Aviation Museum offers information about local aviation history

Burbank Aviation Museum

The history of aviation in the area surrounding North Hollywood is long and fascinating. Through exhibits that feature memorabilia, artifacts, and information related to flight, the Burbank Aviation Museum highlights a lot of this history.

A number of aircraft models, including the Challenger spaceship, are on display in the grounds. The beautiful dome and archway will also be on display.

7. Helitours LA – North Hollywood and Surrounding Areas from the Air

Aerial View of Los Angeles

A helicopter ride is one of the best ways you can see Los Angeles and all its suburbs. Helitours LA is the ultimate, one-of-a-kind experience that takes you high above the surrounding area.

Your pilot will point out landmarks as you soar above, such as the Hollywood sign and Griffith Observatory.

8. Urban Press Winery: Enjoy Local Wine

Wineries and vineyards have been a popular attraction in Northern California for centuries. But Urban Press Winery, located in Burbank, has made wine culture a reality in the Los Angeles region for 20 years.

The winery began as a small wine-making business in a backyard garage. It has grown to be a popular destination for local wines.

You can taste many wines and buy them by the glass. Urban Press Winery hosts many events throughout the year.

9. Enjoy a Weird Night Out on the Town at California Institute of Abnormal Arts

California Institute of Abnormal Arts

Weird? Strange? Unique? Fun? Fun?

Part nightclub, part museum, this place features a large collection of bizarre art and memorabilia. It also has a fun atmosphere with blacklights and funhouse reflections.

You can expect to see a show at this unusual venue with just as much entertainment as the décor. You can think of circus performers and musicians wearing bizarre costumes.

10. Spend the Day at Griffith Park

View from Griffith Park

Walt Disney’s inspiration for creating a huge amusement park was found in Griffith Park. It is one of the largest municipal parks in the nation, covering 4,310 acres. There are many things to do and see.

Griffith Park offers large green spaces that allow you to enjoy peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It also has 53 acres of hiking trails and equestrian trails. The Samuel Oschin Planetarium is located here. There are several playgrounds, a carousel with the 68 handcrafted horses and The Griffith Observatory which gives you spectacular views of downtown LA.

11. Colony Theater Shows


If you do not catch at least one live performance, your trip to North Hollywood will not be complete. For more than 40 years, the Colony Theater has put on top-quality shows and is one the most loved small venues in the region.

This theatre has a cozy atmosphere and intimate seating. Talented local actors perform the plays, and there are often performances.

12. Visit the Martial Arts History Museum

Martial Arts History Museum

Martial arts have a long history. The Martial Arts History Museum in Burbank tells that history in a variety ways, suitable for all ages.

Find out about the history and culture of martial arts in Asia, including Thailand, China, Japan, and Japan. You will hear personal stories about martial arts from people and their impact on America.

Some artifacts include headbands from the Karate Kid movie and anime prints.

13. Warner Bros Ranch

Warner Bros Ranch Burbank

Burbank’s Warner Bros Ranch is a landmark in American film history. This 40-acre parcel of land is home to a variety of television and film sets that are well-known from decades past.

The Waltons’ house, The Partridge Family and Bewitched sets, as well as the water fountain featured in the Friends opening credits, are all here.

14. The Flappers Comedy Club will make you laugh until your tears are shed

Flappers Comedy Club

Flappers Comedy Club is the place to go for a lively evening out on the town.

Since 2000, this lively venue has hosted live comedy acts. It has evolved to offer more than quality entertainment.

A variety of workshops are offered throughout the year, as well as a full-service restaurant.

The property has three areas where performances can be held: the bar, main rooms and the Yoo Hoo Room.