NoHo Arts District

Enjoy the robust shopping, dining, and performance spaces of North Hollywood.

The route includes historic buildings, and North Hollywood institutions that shaped this bustling neighborhood.

Length: 2.7 Mile loop from Metro Bike Share North Hollywood Station

Conditions: Mostly Flat, with some bike lanes on commercial and residential streets.

Please note Lankershim and Tujunga do not have dedicated bike lanes.   


  • El Portal Theater
  • NoHo Plaza
  • Lankershim Art’s Center
  • NoHo Arts District Sign
  • Historic North Hollywood Masonic Lodge
  • Amelia Earhart Statue
  • Weddington House

Notes: Always return your Metro Bike to a Metro Bike Share station to end your trip. Never leave your Metro Bike unattended!


  • Starting from the Metro Bike Share North Hollywood Station head south on Lankershim
  • Just after Weddington Street you will pass the El Portal Theater
  • Continue on Lankershim and NoHo Plazais a pedestrian plaza to the right
  • Continue down Lankershim on the left, just before Otsego street you will see the historic Lankershim Art’s Center
  • Continue down Lankershim to the NoHo Gateway Sign at the corner of Lankershim and Huston St
  • Right on Huston St
  • Slight Right on Bellflower and immediate left to continue onto Huston St
  • Right on Tujunga, and you will pass the historic North Hollywood Masonic Lodge, a Mayan inspired Art-Moderne architecture style
  • Continuing onto Tujunga you will reach the Amelia Earhart Statue and Library in North Hollywood Park
  • Right on Chandler
  • Right on Vineland
  • Right on Weddington, and the historic Weddington House
  • Continue on Weddington until you reach Lankershim
  • Right on Lankershim, and you will arrive back at the Metro Bike Share North Hollywood Station

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