Getting ready for our first step into Burbank this spring, we’re so inspired by everything that makes this city great!
Known as the Media Capital of the World, the motion picture business moved to Burbank in the 1920s. Per square mile, Burbank has more animation studios and production facilities than any other city in the world. In 1937 Disney created the first sound and color animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. We are also very excited to embrace animation and work with The Creative Talent Network (CTN) for the Downtown Burbank Arts Festival!
The Equestrian Center
For the horse and nature lovers! It’s also a starting point to endless horse trails throughout Griffith Park.
A breeze to get to, worlds simpler than the horrors of LAX, how can we not have the Hollywood Burbank Airport on this list!
The first thing we noticed about Downtown Burbank was all the awesome street art. Which makes sense since Burbank is full of creative professionals and a large part of the entertainment industry. It is great to have the city reflect the artistic spirit that is within!
Part of the “Big Six” major American film studios, WB has called Burbank home since it was founded back in 1923. We highly recommend this studio tour, it is one of our faves and if you are a Gilmore Girl fanatic like me, you get to take a step into Stars Hollow!
Bobs Big Boy
Home of the original double deck cheeseburger, the restaurant was built in 1949 and is the oldest remaining Bob’s Big Boy in America! It was declared a historical landmark in 1993.