Every time we go to LA, we are reminded about how much history is surrounding the crowded streets. Last night we took the kids up to LA for a press screening of the upcoming Disney movie Wreck-it-Ralph. Although I have to wait to tell you all about the movie, my kids could not stop talking about it.
Since our screening started at 7:30pm, the Hollywood lights were shining bright as we left the theatre. We took the kids on a short tour of the streets of Hollywood before returning home to Orange County. The kids were fascinated with all the people in costumes (who will charge you to take a picture with - just an FYI) and all the historical buildings. We took the time to educate the children on some of the history behind the different buildings, and some of the events that made them historic.
After a small tour of Hollywood at night, our kids came back to Orange County feeling glamourous like many of the Hollywood stars that have walked the streets of Hollywood at night. Especially our little "future" movie star, Ella.
I highly encourage parents to bring their children up to Los Angeles for a play or movievduring the year so that they get an opportunity to see how neat Hollywood looks at night. There is a Disney soda shop located right next to the El Capitan Theatre that is perfect for little kids to enjoy dinner in Hollywood.
We look forward to telling you more about the movie Wreck-it-Ralph that will be crashing into theaters on November 2nd.
Disclosure: We were provided with media tickets for the movie Wreck-it-Ralph. All our photos, thoughts and opinions are of our own.