- TCL Chinese Theatre
- Hollywood Entertainment Museum
- Hollywood Walk of Fame
- Dolby Theatre Tour
Day 2 You'll See:
- Paramount Studios Tour
- Movieland Wax Museum
- Downtown Disney
Day 3 You'll See:
- Queen Mary Tour
- Pacific Park
Experience the glamour of LA with all of the lights and action that you can pack into three days of touring. Your group will visit the most popular sites and attractions in the LA area associated with entertainment. From the Hollywood Walk of Fame to Paramount Studios and more. This tour is fun and offers an up-close and intimate look at entertainment.
TCL Chinese Theatre
The Chinese Theatre in Hollywood is the most famous movie theatre in the world. Millions of visitors flock here each year, most of them drawn by its legendary forecourt with its footprints of the stars. Yet the Chinese Theatre is also a fine place to see a movie in its own right, a spectacular movie palace with a unique history.
Hollywood Entertainment Museum
Hollywood Entertainment Museum celebrates Hollywood the place and the entertainment arts of film, television, radio, sound recording and new media. The 33,000 square foot museum features technologically advanced, interactive exhibits, memorabilia, special exhibitions, a six-minute multi-screen video presentation and a studio back lot tour.
Hollywood Walk of Fame
One of the main highlights and the attractions of the Hollywood Boulevard, The Walk of Fame is where you meet world-renowned artists living or dead. Located between Gower Street and La Brea Avenue and a portion of Vine Street your favorite stars are immortalized here with their names engraved on bronze stars that are embedded in the concrete walkway.
Dolby Theatre Tour
Experience all of the renowned elegance and celebrity glamour that the Home of the Academy Awards has to offer! See an Oscar statuette, find where your favorite celebrities sat during this year's ceremony and visit our George Eastman VIP Room and other exclusive celebrity hot spots. Inspired by the elegance of a European opera house, with state-of-the-art technical capabilities, Dolby Theatre has been host to many of the world's top performers. Dolby Theatre is also the home of The ESPY Awards, The BET Awards, the American Idol finals and many other events.
Paramount Studios Tour
Experience the living history of Paramount Studios. Take a guided 2-hour historical and informational look behind-the-scenes of the daily operations of a major motion picture and television facility.
Movieland Wax Museum
Visiting Movieland "is as close as most people will ever get to a movie star." This, the largest wax museum in the United States, gives the public a chance to walk within inches of realistic wax figures of famous Hollywood movie stars, to look them in their incredibly lifelike eyes, and to view some extremely handsome sets.
Nestled between Disneyland and California Adventure, Downtown Disney is an excellent spot for experiencing nightlife the Disney Way. Dozens of unique shops and restaurants combine to create an atmosphere which is fun and exciting!
Queen Mary Tour
A floating city awash in elegance, the Queen Mary in Long Beach, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, remains one of the most famous ships in history. The Queen Mary features 365 hotel staterooms, an elaborate Champagne Sunday Brunch, award winning restaurants and dining, a wedding chapel and 16 Art Deco reception salons for private celebrations, and exciting tours.
Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier
Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier is located at Colorado Blvd. and Ocean Ave. Enjoy two tremendous views: The City of Santa Monica with its historic buildings sits up the hill on Ocean Boulevard and the Pacific Ocean sits below. Rides and games are pay-as-you-go.