Christ the King is located in a historic region of Los Angeles that is rich in culture and arts.
Below are sites for attractions near Christ the King Parish!
Larchmont Boulevard Association:
The community of Larchmont Boulevard, a part of Christ the King since the early 1920’s, now contains a plethora of small town USA boutique-type stores, sidewalk cafes, and much more.
Hancock Park Homeowner’s Association:
Dedicated to the preservation of Hancock Park; a community filled with architectural gems built in the 1920’s.,
Wilshire Country Club: 301 N. Rossmore Avenue
A long-time neighbor to Christ the King Parish, the club has been the host of many past CTK events. This famous ‘member-only’ clubhouse was founded in 1919 and offers a 6,600 yard golf course designed by Norman MacBeth. This beautiful club has played host to the LA Open, the Ralph’s Senior PGA tour event, and provides a home course to the USC Trojan Golf team.
Marlborough School: 250 S. Rossmore Avenue
Founded in 1889 in Pasadena by Mary S. Caswell as an exclusively all-girls school, Marlborough moved to the current Hancock Park site in 1916. The school quickly became a tradition in academic excellence and is now considered one of the finest girls’ schools in the country.
The Hollywood Sign:
A site dedicated to the history and glamour of the original icon of Hollywood: the Hollywood Sign. (very visible from Christ the King!)
Hollywood & Vine.com:
The Famous Capitol Records.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame:
On Vine Street, it runs from Yucca Street to Sunset Blvd. These renowned sidewalk “stars” salute the celebrities who made Hollywood great – from the silent film stars of yesteryear to the modern action heroes of today’s blockbusters.
Grauman’s Chinese Theatre: 6801 Hollywood Blvd.
Built in 1926, with its gala opening in 1927, it was built a few months after Christ the King Church! Learn about this historic landmark!