West Hollywood is a trendy area known for its high-energy nightlife. The fabled Sunset Strip features the Chateau Marmont, a swanky celebrity hideaway, plus comedy clubs and live music venues like the legendary Whiskey a Go Go. Santa Monica Boulevard, awash in rainbow flags, is home to a number of gay bars, dance clubs and shops. WeHo also offers some of the city’s most buzzworthy restaurants. ― Google
The Morrison Hotel Gallery at the Sunset Marquis Hotel
Where “sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll” is no stranger, Sunset Blvd. has its share of cool art venues, including the Morrison Hotel Gallery located in the lobby of Sunset Marquis Hotel. The gallery is home to hundreds of fine-art photography from world-class music and sports photographers, along with archives dating back to the 1940s. It’s a must for any music fan who wants an up-close and personal experience with images of music icons.
Explore the West Hollywood Library
West Hollywood Library is a unique public space worth checking out. This public space includes a municipal art gallery, with rotating exhibitions which have featured original artworks from Jean Cocteau, Annie Liebowitz, and Clive Baker. All exhibits are free, and there is free validated parking in the structure.
Get Your Laugh On at The Comedy Store and Laugh Factory
Since the early 70s, The Comedy Store has been a platform for emerging and established comedians. Check out its all-female produced The “C” Word Show with up-and-comers in the Belly Room, or national headliners in its Original and Main rooms. And Jamie Masada’s Laugh Factory continues to nurture new talent and welcome famous names like Tim Allen, Dave Chappelle and Whitney Cummings.
View art at MOCA at the Pacific Design Center
Delve into the world of architecture and design at MOCA at the Pacific Design Center. At this, MOCA’s third location — the other two are in DTLA — admission is free, and the exhibits focus on some of the most cutting-edge art of our time.
Relax at a Park
West Hollywood Park and Plummer Park are clean and offer ample space for chilling, playing, and walking your pooch. A walking path that loops through both parks will net about five miles or 10,000 steps on your fitness app.
Check out the Hotel Marmont
Enjoy a taste of Hollywood by hanging out at the historical (it opened in 1929) celebrity haunt Chateau Marmont and Bar Marmont on the Strip. Yep, Jim Morrison took up residency for a bit in this landmark. Classic cocktails (pisco sour, sidecar and bellini) and the time-honored setting give you a glimpse of another era.
Visit the Veterans Memorial
Named after WWII Purple Heart recipient and former WeHo City Council member Sal Guarriello, the Veterans Memorial honors veterans in an urban setting featuring green space, a water feature, and laurel trees.
Explore the Schindler House
Built in 1922, the Schindler House is a local landmark. Designed by architect Rudolph M. Schindler, this stunning structure is known for its very modern take on home design. The Schindler House features an open floor plan and utilizes ahead of its time modern construction methods