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10 Things to Do in Burbank, CA in 2024

Nestled in the heart of the entertainment industry, Burbank, CA is a city bursting with creativity and excitement. From the iconic Warner Bros. Studio to the lively downtown area filled with trendy shops and delicious eateries, there’s always something new to discover.Whether you’re searching for ...

Nestled in the heart of the entertainment industry, Burbank, CA is a city bursting with creativity and excitement. From the iconic Warner Bros. Studio to the lively downtown area filled with trendy shops and delicious eateries, there’s always something new to discover.

Whether you’re searching for apartments in Burbank, homes for sale, or are already a local, this Redfin article will be your guide. Here is Redfin’s list of the top 10 things to do in Burbank, for both newcomers and long-time locals alike.

1. Visit Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood offers a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic studio. Visitors can explore the sets and sound stages of their favorite movies and TV shows, including classics like Friends and The Big Bang Theory. The tour also includes a visit to the DC Universe exhibit, where guests can see authentic props and costumes from superhero films like Wonder Woman and Aquaman.

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Access new homes anytime, anywhere with the Redfin app. Download app 2. Explore the Los Angeles Equestrian Center

The Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Burbank offers a unique opportunity to experience the beauty of horseback riding. Visitors can take lessons, go on trail rides, or simply enjoy watching equestrian events. The center also hosts special events and competitions throughout the year, making it a must-visit for horse lovers.

3. Visit the Martial Arts History Museum

The Martial Arts History Museum is a fascinating attraction that showcases the rich history and cultural impact of martial arts. Visitors can explore exhibits featuring artifacts, memorabilia, and interactive displays that highlight the influence of martial arts on popular culture. The museum also offers educational programs and special events for visitors of all ages.

4. Enjoy a day at the Starlight Bowl

The Starlight Bowl is an outdoor amphitheater that hosts a variety of live performances, including concerts, musicals, and community events. Visitors can bring a picnic and enjoy a show under the stars, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Hollywood Hills. The venue’s scenic location and diverse entertainment make it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

5. Shop and dine at Burbank Town Center

Burbank Town Center is a premier shopping and dining destination, offering a wide range of retail stores, restaurants, and entertainment options. Visitors can explore the mall’s diverse selection of shops, from fashion and beauty to electronics and home goods. The center also features a variety of dining options, including casual eateries and upscale restaurants, making it a great place to spend a day indulging in retail therapy and delicious cuisine.

6. Visit the Gordon R. Howard Museum

The Gordon R. Howard Museum is a hidden gem in Burbank, showcasing the city’s history and heritage. Visitors can explore exhibits that highlight the area’s cultural and industrial development, including displays of vintage automobiles, aviation artifacts, and local memorabilia. The museum offers a fascinating glimpse into Burbank’s past and is a must-see for history enthusiasts.

7. Take a stroll in Chandler Bikeway

The Chandler Bikeway is a scenic pedestrian and bike path that follows the route of a former railway line. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll or bike ride through lush greenery and charming neighborhoods, providing a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The bikeway also features public art installations and rest areas, making it a delightful outdoor attraction for nature lovers.

8. Experience the Burbank Aviation Museum

The Burbank Aviation Museum celebrates the city’s rich aviation history and its contributions to the aerospace industry. Visitors can explore exhibits featuring vintage aircraft, aviation artifacts, and interactive displays that showcase Burbank’s role in aviation innovation. The museum offers a unique opportunity to learn about the city’s impact on flight and aerospace technology.

9. Attend a live taping of a TV show

Burbank is known as the “Media Capital of the World,” and visitors can experience the excitement of live television production by attending a taping of a popular TV show. Many studios in the area offer free tickets to live tapings, providing an insider’s look at the entertainment industry. From sitcoms to talk shows, attending a live taping is a memorable and entertaining experience for visitors of all ages.

10. Explore Wildwood Canyon Park

Wildwood Canyon Park is a scenic natural oasis in Burbank, offering hiking trails, picnic areas, and breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Visitors can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, birdwatching, and photography, immersing themselves in the beauty of the California wilderness. The park’s tranquil atmosphere and diverse wildlife make it a perfect destination for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers.

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Sears Moves Closer to Rare Store Relaunch in Los Angeles County

Sears is looking to reopen a store in Los Angeles County, a rare event for the once-mighty retailer that has closed hundreds of locations across the country.The store will open in a roughly 130,000-square-foot space at Burbank Town Center in Burbank, California, on Oct. 22, according to Sears' owner Transformco's website.The location, at ...

Sears is looking to reopen a store in Los Angeles County, a rare event for the once-mighty retailer that has closed hundreds of locations across the country.

The store will open in a roughly 130,000-square-foot space at Burbank Town Center in Burbank, California, on Oct. 22, according to Sears' owner Transformco's website.

The location, at 111 E. Magnolia Blvd., is a three-story longtime Sears that closed in December 2022 but hinted at reopening earlier this year. Eric Maenner, the general manager of Burbank Town Center, confirmed to CoStar News plans for a "soft opening."

The Burbank reopening comes as other big-box retailers plot a comeback, though they face stiff competition from both online and brick-and-mortar sellers. Toys R Us plans to open stores next year after shuttering locations when it filed for Chapter 11.

Sears' relaunch shows the chain is interested in expanding nationally, said Gabe Kadosh, a retail property broker and vice president of Colliers who isn't involved with Sears at Burbank Town Center. The company may find success selling mattresses, appliances and apparel as consumers like to come into stores to see those goods before purchasing, Kadosh said.

"I could see this being as a test to reopen in other markets with this type of store," Kadosh said. "If merchandised correctly, it could do well."

The new store is displaying signs that say "Rediscover Sears," and its second-floor shelves could be seen through a window Tuesday stocked with men's and women's apparel along with toys such as Mickey Mouse plush dolls. The store is also expected to sell mattresses and appliances, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Transformco didn't respond to an emailed request to comment. Burbank Town Center's owner, Onni Group, declined to comment further.

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After several years of declining sales, Sears' then-parent company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2018. Stores have closed since from a peak of about 3,500 Sears and Kmart locations.

Sears now only has about a dozen stores still in operation, according to media reports.

The chain is no stranger to reopening stores, both in the Los Angeles neighborhood of North Hollywood and in Oak Brook, Illinois, in recent years. Both stores later closed.

Meanwhile, shuttered Sears locations have been targeted for redevelopment. In Glendale, California, a former Sears may become hundreds of apartments in the city's downtown area, and a property in suburban Chicago may become an e-commerce distribution hub.

Sears' former headquarters campus in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, was recently sold for $194 million to Compass Datacenters, which envisions data centers for the site.

The nearest Sears location to Burbank is a store in Whittier, a roughly 30-mile drive away, according to Sears' website.

Beloved NY bagel shop scores its first-ever California location

One of New York’s most prominent bagel operators is heading west, landing in a California suburb of all places.Bagel Boss, the nearly 50-year-old bagel chain known for feeding generations of mostly Long Islanders, is set to land in Burbank, Calif., the standalone suburban city in greater Los Angeles. Bagel Boss ownership confirmed the expansion to California...

One of New York’s most prominent bagel operators is heading west, landing in a California suburb of all places.

Bagel Boss, the nearly 50-year-old bagel chain known for feeding generations of mostly Long Islanders, is set to land in Burbank, Calif., the standalone suburban city in greater Los Angeles. Bagel Boss ownership confirmed the expansion to California with a small post on its website, saying the new shop would be opening “in the Magnolia Park section of Burbank, CA and will be opening in a few months.” The official address is 3116 W. Magnolia Boulevard.

What’s more, the bagel operation plans to bring in its full menu of options, from various bagel flavors to sandwiches like the East Coast staple bacon, egg and cheese. While not impossible to find in Los Angeles, the arrival of a new BEC breakfast sandwich contender is sure to be a big deal in suddenly bagel-saturated California. The arrival of Boss Bagels comes as more and more East Coast companies have begun to test the Southern California business waters, including Staten Island pizza legend Denino’s. New York City slice king Scarr’s Pizza is also set to open in Los Angeles in the not-too-distant future.

While the arrival of an everyday standard bagel shop like Bagel Boss (with its trusted name and long pedigree) is good news for California, the state has no shortage of high-end bagel options, including Courage Bagels in Los Angeles and Midnite Bagel in San Francisco, both of which were shouted out in a 2021 New York Times article proclaiming that the nation’s best bagels were found out west. Sorry New York, but California really is a place for great bagels these days — and now with Bagel Boss, more are on the way.

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Burbank, CA Declares 'Tim Burton Day' With the Filmmaker Set to Return Back Home Where It All Began

On Sept. 24, the Burbank native will be celebrated with a proclamation from the Burbank City Council and then will sit down with Scott Feinberg from The Hollywood Reporter's 'Awards Chatter' podcast for a life/career retrospective conversation.BURBANK, Calif., Aug. 21, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The Burbank City Council has declared that Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023, will be "Tim Burton Day" in recognition of the Batman, Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice filmmaker, who was born and raised in the city within...

On Sept. 24, the Burbank native will be celebrated with a proclamation from the Burbank City Council and then will sit down with Scott Feinberg from The Hollywood Reporter's 'Awards Chatter' podcast for a life/career retrospective conversation.

BURBANK, Calif., Aug. 21, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The Burbank City Council has declared that Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023, will be "Tim Burton Day" in recognition of the Batman, Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice filmmaker, who was born and raised in the city within Los Angeles County. Tim Burton will be in attendance for the annual Awards Gala of the Burbank International Film Festival (BIFF), which is celebrating its 15-year anniversary. The Burbank Marriott Convention Center will host the event.

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Burton's relationship with the film festival, which takes place in the city known as 'The Media Capital of the Word', began a year ago, when he agreed to lend his name to a festival award that will annually recognize a local filmmaker who grew up or currently lives in Burbank and who shows unique vision and style. Director Alessandro Gentile became the first recipient of the award in 2022 for his film entitled 'Lodo'. The 'Tim Burton Visionary Award' will be presented again this year.

"As a Burbank native myself I am pleased to be part of this year's festival, with this new Visionary Award going to a local Burbank filmmaker who shows unique imagination and creativity," said Burton, whose most recent project was the Netflix comedy series Wednesday, on which he served as executive producer and director (for four of its eight-episode first season), and for which he is Emmy-nominated for best comedy series and best directing for a comedy series.

BIFF President Kurt Patino and BIFF Advisory Board Member Tony Muscio are huge admirers of Burton's work and thought it was the perfect time to recognize this iconic filmmaker. Patino explains why, "Tim Burton's artistry is such an inspiration, and the team at BIFF is thrilled to have collaborated with the Burbank City Council to give Tim this deserving recognition, "Tim Burton Day," and celebrate his amazing contributions to the entertainment industry, his Burbank roots and the wonderful impressions he's made in the hearts of audiences."

Awards Gala tickets here.BIFF's schedule of films can be found here: https://www.burbankfilmfest.org/official-2023-selections-showings

About BIFF

The Burbank International Film Festival is a California non-profit organization operating as a 501(C)(3) tax-exempt corporation. The Burbank International Film Festival (BIFF) aims to promote and advocate for inclusive and culturally diverse perspectives and content in film. BIFF brings new opportunities to tell unique stories, honor independent filmmakers, and provide a platform for respectful and informed discussion of their work. BIFF continues to support independent filmmakers by showcasing, educating, and expanding careers in the entertainment industry for indie filmmakers from all over the globe. BIFF sets a standard for excellence and recognizes the important work of emerging talent.

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More Questions Than Answers Remain About Council Districts in Burbank After California Supreme Court Ruling

Burbank’s City Council met in a special session on Wednesday to discuss the next steps in potentially changing the election Burbank from at-large voting to setting up Council Districts, electing one representative from each District to serve on the Council.There were two items on the agenda. Both items received an actual vote, with neither item being resolved.The first item they voted on was to ask the L.A. County Registrar to look into how to administer an election based on ranked-based voting. Currently, there are no ci...

Burbank’s City Council met in a special session on Wednesday to discuss the next steps in potentially changing the election Burbank from at-large voting to setting up Council Districts, electing one representative from each District to serve on the Council.

There were two items on the agenda. Both items received an actual vote, with neither item being resolved.

The first item they voted on was to ask the L.A. County Registrar to look into how to administer an election based on ranked-based voting. Currently, there are no cities in the County of Los Angeles that use that system, and the vote asked the County to look into how they could, or if they could administer that. Ranked-based voting has the voter ranking candidates in order, with points given to each candidate based on the order the voter selects. With Mayor Anthony not present due to a prior family obligation, the Council voted to delay the official notification to the County (which told the City of Burbank previously that they would not start to research it without an official request) to after the March election by a 3 to 1 vote, with Councilmember Tamala Takahashi voting against the delay, saying they should put the request in now.

Next up was the ordinance to select a map and put the wheels in motion to switch to a new election process.

There are still multiple questions that have to be answered. Should they pick a specific map? Should there be only five Council Districts, or maybe six with a full-time Mayor elected? Do they elect council members by districts or implement ranked-choice voting? What should the public vote on in March as far as Charter Amendments go?

With the Mayor absent, the Council decided that there was too much at stake and wanted all five members present to make the decision so they voted to push the decisions back to their next scheduled meeting on September 12 to reexamine the process and also have time to study the decision by the California Supreme Court that was to be released the next day (Thursday) to see what their next move should be.

What the the California Supreme Court did on Thursday is actually throw the entire situation into further chaos not ruling one way or another, but sending the case back to the Appeal Court.

According to the Burbank City Attorney’s Office, “The California Supreme Court sided with the Pico Neighborhood Association and against the City of Santa Monica in its challenge to Santa Monica’s at-large system of electing its council. The Supreme Court sent the case back to the Court of Appeal for an analysis of the issues consistent with their ruling.

You can read the full ruling here: https://www.courts.ca.gov/opinions/documents/S263972.PDF.”

The court “reversed a ruling by lower courts that had favored the City of Santa Monica, but the Justices specifically said they were not picking a winner in the case. Instead, the case should be reheard and re-evaluated under different criteria,” according to the Santa Monica Daily Press.

They also said that the Santa Monica case, “Pico Neighborhood Association et al. v. City of Santa Monica, centers on the contention that the city’s at-large voting system disproportionately discriminates against Latino voters and violates the California Voting Rights Act (CVRA). The plaintiffs argue that district-based voting should be implemented to rectify the alleged bias. The court rejected the City’s arguments about the “near majority” requirement on several fronts. However, the ruling specifically states that the decision to overturn the lower court does not mean the City’s system is invalid nor did it endorse district-based voting. Rather, it said the lower court failed to evaluate the dilution claim appropriately. So, in summary, the California Supreme Court has sent the case back to be re-evaluated under different criteria, but has not made a final decision on whether or not district-based voting should be implemented in Santa Monica.”

So, what does this mean for Burbank?

Basically, without a clear decision by the courts at this time, the ball is back in the City Council’s court. They will still have to decide if they will go to districts, what the districts will be, and how the voting will occur. The goal is to have something ready for the March 2024 election that Burbank citizens can weigh in on.

For now, the next step will be at the September 12 City Council meeting. The City Attorney’s office is preparing two different ordinances for the Council to consider:

Ordinance to adopt a 5-district map and sequencing of elections for a transition city council election from at-large to by-district elections.

Ordinance to amend the elections provisions of the Burbank Municipal Code to align with by-district elections.

The Council will also have to decide afterward as to the look and feel of districts will be initiated, or they can decide to fight in the court system to keep the at-large election system in place that has served Burbank well for 100 years.

Either way, this will affect Burbank residents for generations to come.

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