This restaurant was built in 1949 by locals Scott MacDonald and Ward Albert and is the oldest remaining Bob's Family Restaurant in America. It was designed by respected architect Wayne McAllister incorporating the 1940s Transitional design of . . . — — Map (db m144320) HM
When early settlers migrated to Southern California in the late 1800s, they saw the future potential of the fertile
valley located twelve miles north of Los Angeles. In 1867, Dr. David Burbank purchased the land, which, in
1911, would become . . . — — Map (db m137688) HM
Burbank's first City Hall was built here in 1916. The building housed the offices of the City Council and City Manager, and was also home to the Police and Fire Departments. In 1943, these offices were relocated to the present-day City Hall across . . . — — Map (db m57665) HM
The record-breaking F-104 Starfighter was created by Clarence L “Kelly" Johnson and his Advanced Development Projects engineering unit (the "Skunk Works") at the Lockheed-California Company in Burbank. Johnson received the Collier Trophy in 1959 . . . — — Map (db m118434) HM
“Huey”, designed by Walt Disney Productions, bears the distinction of being the first of three Mobile Motor Generators built by the studio. The control unit was built from a full-scale mockup by Disney technicians in 1949.
Being state . . . — — Map (db m174821) HM
Stage three was built from 1953-1954 specifically for the scene in “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” in which “Nautilus” was attacked by a giant squid. The complex filming involved using wind, rain and waves to create a storm.
The stage . . . — — Map (db m174848) HM
Stage Two, built from 1947-1949 in cooperation with Jack Webb,
was utilized as the production facility for the filming of the TV series
"Dragnet". Construction of the stage was completed in April, 1949.
Being one of the largest stages on . . . — — Map (db m174818) HM
On this site in 1915, Thomas Story with sons Henry and Walter opened Story & Sons Hardware store. Thomas Story was one of Burbank’s earliest pioneers, arriving here in 1877. He opened Burbank’s first livery stable in 1899, and also farmed and sold . . . — — Map (db m144314) HM
The Sunset Canyon Country Club opened in 1921
as a private nine-hole golf course and country club.
In 1927 fire destroyed many club buildings. This
arch was built in 1927 as an entrance gate for a new
clubhouse. The City of Burbank owned the . . . — — Map (db m154850) HM
The Animation Building, erected in 1939, served as the architectural
and functional centerpiece of the studio. Designed in the “Art
Moderne” style by architect Kent Weber, the building housed the
animators and story staffs on the lot.
. . . — — Map (db m168288) HM
The Bungalow was built in 1935 as the original home of the
Disney Publicity and Comic Strip Departments. It was
constructed at the Disney Studios on Hyperion Avenue in
Hollywood and moved to the Burbank location as part of the
construction in . . . — — Map (db m174808) HM
Stage One was the only production sound stage built as part of
the original Walt Disney Burbank Studios constructed during
1939-1940. The stage replaced a single smaller stage located at the
Since the original focus . . . — — Map (db m174816) HM
The Shorts Building was constructed from the two original
Animation Buildings located at the Disney Studios on
Hyperion Avenue in Hollywood. The two sections were
moved to the Burbank site in 1939-1940 as part of the Studio
construction . . . — — Map (db m174812) HM
Constructed in 1935 by
Harry, Jack and Albert Warner,
this building has been home to such
celebrated Warner Bros.
writers and filmmakers as
Philip and Julius . . . — — Map (db m177206) HM