• Visitors

  • Studio City Farmers Market (Every Sunday morning from 8:00AM - 2:00 PM)

    The Studio City Farmers Market is held on Ventura Place, between Laurel Canyon Blvd. and Radford Ave. every Sunday. Co-owned by the Studio City Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the Studio City Residents Association the Market is a non-profit with all profits after expenses going back into the community. In addition to some of the best and freshest locally grown fruits and vegetables Market vendors sell everything from flowers, baked goods, honey, olive oil, dried fruits and hand made artisanal crafts, including soaps and jewelry. Voted The Most Kid Friendly Farmers Market by Los Angeles magazine and a Parents Pick by Nickelodeons Parents Connect, the Market boasts a petting zoo, pony rides, train ride, inflatable slides, face painting and prepared foods for the whole family. The Market is open all year long rain or shine except for the Sunday between Christmas and New Years. Come to shop and stay for lunch!

    For more information please call 818-655-7744, email manager@studiocityfarmersmarket.com or visit the website www.studiocityfarmersmarket.com

    Arts and Crafts Show

    Put on by the ROTARY CLUB OF STUDIO CITY/SHERMAN OAKS this show has been held for the past 30 years and is a successful event for artists and art lovers alike. All the merchandise at the show is original and hand made. An estimated 5,000 visitors attend every year and numerous charity organizations benefit from the funds raised by the Rotary Club.

    The show is held one weekend in May and one weekend in October at Moorpark Park in Studio City on the northeast corner of Laurel Canyon Blvd. and Moorpark St. Show Hours: 10 AM - 5 PM, Saturday & Sunday. Admission is free. 

    Shopping on Ventura Blvd.

    Be prepared to shop till you drop. Ventura Blvd. has something for everyone, rare antiques, furniture, cool clothes, jewelry, coffee shops, great restaurants, and more!

    Metro Rail

    Have you been on L.A.'s underground subway yet? Take a day, park your car at any one of the metro rail stations and take a trip around town. There is the Universal City/Studio City station on Cahunega Blvd., across from Universal Studios, and the North Hollywood Station on Lankershim near the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Hollywood and Highland, and downtown Los Angeles are just a few stops away. For ticket information, including times and stops, visit http://www.metro.net.

    Coldwater Canyon Park

    12601 Mulholland Dr.
    Studio City Hills, CA 91604
    The Park is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year.

    This 44-acre park includes seven miles of hiking trails, a tree nursery, organic gardens, a fruit orchard, educational displays and the S. Mark Taper Foundation Amphitheatre. It is also the home of Tree People, the environmental organization that cares for the park without any public funds. Over 50,000 people a year visit Coldwater Canyon Park.

    For directions, visit the Tree People web site https://www.treepeople.org.

    Fryman Canyon

    Parking lot at the intersection of Laurel Canyon Blvd and Fryman Road south of Ventura Blvd.

    This popular hiking train is a 3-mile loop on Betty B. Dearing Trail passes through Wilacre Park in Lower Fryman Canyon and Coldwater Canyon Park. The loop takes you up to the mountains and through a residental neighborhood.

    Beeman Park

    12621 Rye St., Studio City, CA 91604

    Beeman Park offers a wide variety of sports programs for children, teens, adults and seniors. The Park also offers a jogging path, play areas for children, picnic tables, tennis courts, an auditorium, barbecue pits and a baseball diamond. 


    Moorpark Park

    12061 Moorpark St., Studio City, CA 91604

    Moorpark Park is unstaffed and is open from dawn to dusk.  It offers picnic tables and a children's play area.


    CBS Studio Center

    4024 Radford Avenue
    Studio City, CA 91604

    CBS Studio Center is the biggest employer in Studio City and has been the home to such classic TV shows as The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Gilligans Island, Gunsmoke, Seinfeld, CSI NY and many more. For more information visit CBS's web site at cbssc.com

    T.V. Show Tapings
    For ticket information and show taping dates go to www.tvtickets.com

    Universal Studio Tours

    100 Universal City Place
    Universal City, CA 91608

    Hey how'd they do that? Take a behind the scenes look at some of the greatest movies and television shows ever made. For more information regarding park hours and ticket information, visit their web site at www.universalstudioshollywood.com.

    Universal City Walk/ IMAX Theatre

    100 Universal City Place
    Universal City, CA 91608

    While you are visiting Universal Studios take a stroll through City Walk, home to wonderful shops and restaurants, and check out the IMAX theatre, one of 18 theatres showing first run movies.

    For both movie theatre and IMAX show times go to: https://www.imax.com/theatres/t/amc-universal-citywalk-stadium-19-imax/

    Racers Edge Karting

    960 Chestnut Street
    Burbank, CA 91506

    Racers Edge Karting is LA's newest premier indoor Karting facility, featuring a high-speed race track that is fun and challenging for all skills levels. They are located in the heart of Burbank so everyone in Los Angeles can enjoy high-speed indoor racing. That is freeway close to everyone.


    Places to Stay:

    The Blvd. Hotel & Spa
    10730 Ventura Blvd,
    Studio City, CA 91604

    Carlton Motor Lodge
    11811 Ventura Blvd.
    Studio City, CA 91604

    The Garland Hotel
    4222 Vineland Ave,
    North Hollywood, CA 91602

    Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City
    555 Universal Terrace Pkway
    Universal City, CA 91608|

    Sheraton Universal Hotel
    333 Universal Hollywood Dr,
    Universal City, CA 91608



    The Sportsmen’s Lodge Hotel
    12825 Ventura Blvd.
    Studio City, CA 91604

    Studio City Court Yard Hotel
    12933 Ventura Blvd.
    Studio City, CA 91604