Hollywood & Beverly Hills Celebrity Homes & Landmark Locations in Open Air Buses

Hollywood & Beverly Hills Celebrity Homes & Landmark Locations in Open Air Buses
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$39
Duration: 2 hours
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Description

On our tour you will learn about Hollywood, see over 50 celebrity homes, and hear history and the true stories of Hollywood and Beverly Hills.  See Landmark locations including: the Hollywood Sign, Grauman's Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood “Walk of Fame,” Beverly Hills Sign, Rodeo Drive, the Whisky A Go Go, the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Playboy Mansion, the Greystone Mansion, Sunset Plaza, and the Sunset Strip; including the restaurants and clubs where celebrities dine daily and hang out nightly.

After leaving our office you will visit Hollywood seeing the "Walk of Fame," Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Disney's Premiere El Capitan, and The Dolby Theater (location of the Academy Awards). Heading into the Hollywood Hills you will see various celebrity homes on the way to see the Hollywood Sign during a 10 to 15 minute break at an overlook location. The tour continues along Mulholland Drive passing more celebrity homes and scenic views of the city. Once you enter Beverly Hills you will see the mega-mansions of the stars and travel down Rodeo Drive, where you’ll be driven by the stores where the rich and famous shop. Ride on Historic Route 66 through West Hollywood and down the Sunset Strip which is filled with Hollywood history and landmark locations. Hear the stories of Hollywood from our experienced tour guides and enjoy the best that Hollywood has to offer!

On our tour you will learn about Hollywood, see over 50 celebrity homes, and hear history and the true stories of Hollywood and Beverly Hills.  See Landmark locations including: the Hollywood Sign, Grauman's Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood “Walk of Fame,” Beverly Hills Sign, Rodeo Drive, the Whisky A Go Go, the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Playboy Mansion, the Greystone Mansion, Sunset Plaza, and the Sunset Strip; including the restaurants and clubs where celebrities dine daily and hang out nightly.