City Walk

at Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal City Walk Hollywood is a three-block entertainment, dining and shopping promenade. It’s FREE to get in, but you will have to pay to park. See parking fees below.

There is a 19 screen movie theatre with an 8 story high IMAX, more than 30 great places to eat, 7 hot night spots, more than 30 stores and indoor skydiving!

Spend the day at Universal Studios Hollywood then head on over to CityWalk for some fun night life. When the sun goes down, the party starts up.

Night Spots

  • Jon Lovitz Comedy Club
  • Hard Rock Café Hollywood
  • Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
  • Buca di Beppo
  • Infusion Lounge
  • Saddle Ranch Chop House
  • Howl at the Moon
  • Jillian’s Hi Life Lanes
  • Samba Brazilian Steakhouse & Lounge


You’ll find over 30 places to eat. From snacks & refreshments to quick service eateries to casual dining. Some of these places include:

  • Johnny Rockets Restaurant and Sports Lounge
  • Karl Strauss Brewing Company
  • Tony Roma’s
  • Wolfgang Puck Bistro
  • Tommy’s World Famous Hamburgers
  • Subway
  • Panda Express
  • Taco Bell
  • Ben & Jerry’s
  • Cinnabon
  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
  • Starbucks Coffee
  • Jamba Juice

And much more...


Over 30 shops to explore. Everything from apparel and accessories to collectibles, games and novelties to food specialties, home, health and beauty. You’ll find stores like these plus some I bet you’ve never seen before:

  • Abercrombie & Fitch
  • Billabong
  • Things from Another World
  • Universal Studio Store
  • LUSH Cosmetics
  • Zen Zone
  • Flip Flop Shops
  • Sparky’s
  • Fossil
  • GUESS Accessories
  • Dodgers Clubhouse Store
  • Magnet Max
  • Upstart Crow

And much more...


In the heart of CityWalk is a Cinema Stadium AMC movie theater that has 19 screens, including a 7-story IMAX®, the original in fact! Each auditorium features projectors complimented by wall-to-wall movie screens, resulting in precise picture quality and superior clarity.

The movie theaters are also equipped with a balanced digital surround-sound system in every one of our ultra-wide plush stadium-style rocker seats that includes extended leg room.

Today's Showtimes

Concerts at the Gibson Amphitheatre

A night out at the Gibson Amphitheatre always rocks – no matter what music genre you’re into. The unrivaled acoustics and seating layout of this premier indoor concert venue are a top pick for renowned music legends.

Nearby Hotels

Sheraton Universal Hotel
Hilton Los Angeles / Universal City
Los Angeles Airport Marriott
Beverly Garland's Holiday Inn
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel - A Thompson Hotel
W Hollywood


Different all the time depending on what’s going on. Its best to check with the hours page on the City Walk website before you go.


Preferred Parking is $20.00

General Parking is $$15.00 from park opening to 3pm then its $10.00 from 3pm to close. Also applies to motorcycles.

Valet Parking ranges anywhere from $3.00 to $25.00 depending on how much time is spent inside.

For Studio Memorabilia, check out the
HOLLYWOOD MEGA STORE : Your Studio Superstore !

Things to know

  • Lockers are available that accept both cash and credit cards.
  • ATM Machines are located throughout City Walk.
  • Wheelchairs are available
  • Smoking is only permitted in outdoor common areas. Smoking is prohibited indoors at any venue.
  • Pursuant to L.A. County Ordinance Section 13.56.010, all guests under 18 years of age must be in the presence of an adult guardian after 10:00pm.
  • Pets are not allowed unless they are service animals.

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