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El Capitan Theater - Where to park?


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  • El Capitan Theater - Where to park?

    I've only been to the theater once, a few years ago. I'd like to go again, but I don't want to pay $10 (or was it $20?) for parking. That pretty much doubles the price!

    What's the cheapest option for parking that anyone has found?

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    Re: El Capitan Theater - Where to park?

    You can try surface lots in the area but you never know what how secure they are.
    Or you can park somewhere else along the Red Line subway and take it to the Hollywood and Highland station.
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      Re: El Capitan Theater - Where to park?

      Why not park in the Hollywood and Highland Parking Structure. It is just $2 for two hours with parking validation. Just park and walk over to the theater.

      There are many parking lots within walking distance, but they all charge between $10 - $20. Some pneighborhood residence have NO PARKING signs.
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