Hollywood Sign Shuttle
The Department of Recreation and Parks has collaborated with Griffith Observatory to launch a three month promotional shuttle program to provide rides to the Hollywood Sign Viewing Area as well as the Griffith Observatory on Mount Hollywood Drive. Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
Following the Hollywood Sign visit, riders will make their next stop at the Griffith Observatory on Mount Hollywood Drive.
In ancient times, people used myths to understand what they saw in the sky. In the mural overhead, 1930s painter Hugo Ballin illustrated those early stories using a parade of Classical figures.
Buzz Aldrin stands amidst the “magnificent desolation” of Tranquility Base during the first human landing on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Neil Armstrong, the photographer, and the Lunar Module Eagle are reflected in Aldrin’s gold visor. A surface contact sensor and a footpad of the Eagle are in the foreground. (Apollo 11, NASA)