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Nothing compares to the city of Hollywood. The Kind Center lives close to the action of this iconic film town and we wouldn’t have it any other way. We serve premium marijuana products to locals and tourists alike. Stop by our dispensary or use our marijuana delivery service today!
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A popular tourist destination and home to the film industry, Hollywood is a world-renowned neighborhood located within the Los Angeles County. To the north of Hollywood lies Hollywood Hills and other bordering cities including Fairfax, Los Feliz, East Hollywood, and West Hollywood. It has a population of over 90,000 people with about 21,000 people per square mile. The Kind Center is situated off of the Hollywood Freeway, blocks away from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood Boulevard. We are proud to serve the locals and those who travel from all over to get the Hollywood experience, one that would not be fulfilled without a trip to The Kind Center.View Deals
At The Kind Center, it’s impossible to make a bad choice when the options are this good: a variety of different cannabis products, exclusive prices, and something new every day of the week. First-timer or first name basis alike, we’ll deliver the star treatment because you’re the real deal.View Deals
Selling shelf space is not our MO. Each of our brands and products are hand-selected in order to provide our consumers with the highest-quality of premium cannabis. Choose from cartridges, flower, prerolls, extracts, edibles and more.Order Now
Whether you’re new to the cannabis scene or a connoisseur, there’s always new brands and products to try. Get the most out of your cannabis experience by stopping by one of our in-store events.View Events
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You’ll find us situated just a short distance away from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood Boulevard. Need help choosing from our product selection? Our cannabis experts will help you find something we guarantee you’ll like.Visit Us
Why We Love Hollywood
The Kind Center loves Hollywood, and it's easy to see why! We adore serving this vibrant community, providing top-tier customer service for all of their cannabis needs. The city and surrounding areas are home to successful stars and Hollywood hopefuls. There is no shortage of things to do. Take a stroll down Sunset Blvd. Browse through the best of music on vinyl at Amoeba Music. Catch a movie at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Snap a photo with your favorite celeb at Madame Tussauds. Spend even just a day in Hollywood and you'll quickly feel like a star -- and TKC can help.
This beautiful city offers breathtaking views of downtown Los Angeles and the ocean to the west. Enjoy good weather year-round and take in the scenery of the hills.
A trip to Hollywood would not be complete without attending a performance at the Hollywood Bowl. Enjoy an evening under the night sky, listening to the music of our past and current time, surrounded by great company.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is an attraction that can’t be missed. The streets of Hollywood and Vine are embedded with stars, honoring the names of your favorite celebrities and prominent figures in the entertainment industry.
Did you know that Hollywood began as an agricultural community?
Hollywood wasn’t always the glitz and glamour town we know today. Before it evolved into the city of stars, its climate allowed for an agricultural community to grow and prosper in the mid-1800s. A real estate developer named Harvey Henry Wilcox and his wife purchased land west of Hollywood in hopes of practicing ranching, however things didn’t go as planned and he ended up filing plans for the land to be subdivided.
As more people began to settle, a civilized society started booming. Real estate developer, Hobart Johnstone Whitley, helped establish what is Hollywood today and was even given the title of “Father of Hollywood.” Film studios began popping up in the early 1900s due to the scenery, weather, and patents restrictions from Thomas Edison’s company on the East Coast.