What is the name of the venue where the Oscars are permanently held?

  • The Kodak Theater correct

    On November 9th, 2001, The Kodak Theater opened and became the first permanent location to host the Oscars. The first Oscars were held at the Blossom Room in the Roosevelt Hotel in 1929 so it only took them seventy-two years to find a permanent home. It's amazing what the world will do for an award, right? In between those years, the Oscars had been shooting stars all over Los Angeles until its final destination in Hollywood.

  • Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
  • Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
  • Shrine Auditorium
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