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Known as Heart Of Screenland, Culver City is perhaps one of the must-see cities of Los Angeles County, California. The name Screenland comes from citys long romance with major movie production houses and its unmatched significance in the history of Hollywood.
Culver City is a true representative of LA charm as it is mostly surrounded by Los Angeles city and also forms border with unincorporated areas of the LA County.
Mar Vista, Palms and West Los Angeles are located to its north, Westchester to the south, Ladera Heights and Baldwin Hills to the east and Venice, Marina Del Rey and Playa Vista to the west of Culver City.
The Culver City is a safe bet from tourism point of view. The city is accessible by land, sea, and air through all the major access points of the region. It is blessed with ample natural beauty because of its location in the beautiful La Bollona Valley. The Bollona Creek flows in this valley before meeting the Pacific Ocean near Marina del Rey. This makes Culver a good climatic city, attracting tourists all year long.
The past, present and future of Culver City encompasses with motion pictures, television productions and entertainment industry. Now home to MGM, Sony and other famous studios, Culver emerged as a significant production center in 1920s. However, its original history dates back a century ago, in the 1780s, when it became the site of European settlement. Its founding father, Harry Culver arrived in California in 1910 and announced the Culver City in 1913.
Before its official incorporation, the Culver City became home to Ince/Triangle Studios in 1915. Now known to world as Sony Pictures Studios, this kick started the everlasting association of the city with movies. The city was incorporated on September 20, 1917 with a total population of 550.
The newly formed city played a significant role in regions economy. The entertainment business was at its boom here as producers like Hal Roach and Metro Goldwyn Mayer (or MGM as we now say) built studios there. Several theaters, nightclubs and entertainment spots also opened here. First a general law city, Culver was finally made a charter city in 1947.
The Culver of today is full of charm and appeal. It boosts of stunning beauty, architectural landmarks, new-age facilities, several shopping and dining spots and recreational options. However, when it comes to Entertainment, the city is SIMPLY THE BEST!
As a visitor, you should expect everything nice from Culver. Only the Downtown area is so full of attractions that you will find it difficult what to explore and what not. This pedestrian friendly zone presents a good mix of shopping, restaurants, cafes and entertainment. The downtown is home to Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Culver Studios and other media houses. It also houses the City Hall, movie theatres and renowned theatre companies.
Culver City is also famous for its thriving arts scene. The best of it can be explored at the intersection of La Cienega and Washington Boulevard where many galleries are located featuring classical work and flourishing art. Those with historical inclinations can visit the Helms Bakery Building. This historic landmark now houses retails and dining options along with the only non-profit seven-day jazz venue of Los Angeles, the Jazz Bakery.
While the Helms Bakery Building mostly houses furniture showrooms, those on a lookout for Culver Citys traditional shopping delights can go to La Cienega South Design and Art District in order to explore unique collection of antiques, artwork and hand-made items. Trendy people can shop at Westfield Fox Hills which is a regional mall featuring over 200 shops and eateries.
Another Culver attracter, the Hayden Tract is best known as the hub of technology, fashion, advertising and entertainment. It houses the likes of Nike, Ed Hardy, Ogilvy & Mather, Eric Owen Moss Architects, Rock Republic, Smashbox Studios & Cosmetics and others.
The Culver visitors also show interest in attractions like Heritage Fountain, St. Augustine Catholic Church, King Fahd Mosque, Veterans Memorial Building and Culver City Main Street that is hailed by many as the world's shortest main street.Since Culver is the official Screenland, hence its theater, music and entertainment scene overshadows rest of its attractions. Sony Pictures Studios is a place to be for every movie lover.
The magnificent studio gives you a sneak peak to Hollywood blockbusters and provides a glimpse of the past glory. The city also houses several state-of-the-art cinemas and live music venues.
For theater enthusiasts, the city offers a classical outdoor facility, Culver City Public Theatre. Live theatrical performances are also held at Kirk Douglas Theater and Ivy Substation.
With all this and more, the Culver City truly shines as LA's hidden gem. There's so much to do and see in Culver. So discover this wonderful Californian city and enjoy the life in Culver style!
Culver City Tickets Prices
The average Culver City Tickets will cost you $86 for the event being held on 23/02/2020 at Kirk Douglas Theatre, Culver City. The minimum get in price is $78 at Kirk Douglas Theatre.
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|Until The Flood||Culver City||23-Feb-20||$86||$78|
Culver City Tickets Promo Code
Use LUCK18 as the promo code and get a 3% discount on Culver City Tickets. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the thrilling live performance in Culver City
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|LUCK18 td >||3%||23-Feb-20||Until The Flood|