Private Tour: Hollywood Highlights or Celebrity Homes of Beverly Hills

5 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

Take a 2-hour private tour of famous Hollywood landmarks or the celebrity homes of Beverly Hills and Bel-Air with an insider guide who combines sightseeing with insightful commentary. You'll discover Hollywood’s history — from its storied past to present day — as you explore Tinseltown at a leisurely pace. Alternatively, learn a bit about the history of Beverly Hills as you’re driven by private vehicle through LA’s most affluent neighborhood. Snacks and bottled water are included with round-trip transport from your hotel.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: TCL Chinese Theatres

First opened in 1927, the Chinese Theater has been the heart of many world-famous movie premiers, three Academy-Awards ceremonies, and currently seats 932 people. It's possibly the most recognizable movie-palace in LA and is the home of the Hollywood Celebrity hand and foot-prints tiles.

Stop At: Hollywood Walk of Fame

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the most well known locations of Hollywood and LA. It runs over a mile along West Hollywood, and currently comprises of more than 2,600 individual stars of musicians, actors, directors, producers, and entertainment stars of every kind.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: The Viper Room

While originally known as The Central, The Viper Room was opened in 1993 and owned by Johnny Depp and Sal Jenco. Since then, the club has been known as a popular hang-out and preferred club of many Hollywood Elite. It's mainly known as a music venue, but also beloved as a whisky bar.

Pass By: Capitol Records Building

Completed in 1956, the Capitol Records Building is a unique location in Hollywood. It is a 13 story entirely round tower like a stack of records on a turntable with a tall spindle. Capitol Records has worked closely with Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys, and Paul McCartney.

Pass By: Whiskey-a-Go-Go

The first American Whisky a Go-Go was opened in 1958, and known as one of the earliest, if not the first, American discotheque. It has been the launching pad of No Doubt, Van Halen, Led Zeppelin, Guns N' Roses and many many more.

Pass By: Dolby Theatre

The Dolby Theater is now the center of the annual Academy Awards, and very close to the TLC Chinese Theater. It was designed specifically for the Oscars, and seats over 3000 people. Often when not hosting the awards it acts as a stage for televised stage-based shows like American Idol.

Stop At: Sunset Strip

The Sunset Strip portion of Sunset Boulevard has been a center of Hollywood Night-Life for over half a century, and the rest of the strip is lined with recognizable buildings and signs featured in many, many movies. It features world-class clubs, celebrity favorite restaurants, and entertainment of all kinds.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Chateau Marmont

Based loosely on the French Royal Château d'Amboise, the Chateau Marmont was competed in 1929. It stands like a palace over the Sunset Boulevard. Originally it was built as a high-end apartments for the movers and shakers, and later converted in to a glamorous hotel. It was declared a Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Landmark in 1976.

Pass By: Another Side Of Los Angeles Tours

Fascinating information about Los Angeles and the people who have made it historic is revealed. Stars whose names are as commonly known as anything, glitzy buildings with historic charm and storied pasts, and so much more. Come and join us, be driven around town by the best hospitality professionals in the city of angels, and learn (in an incredibly fun way) the back stories and history of the fascinating destination Hollywood.
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