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Los Angeles City Tour and Movie Stars' Homes Tour
"City Tour The day begins with a fully narrated tour taking you to the historic Hollywood Bowl and the TCL Chinese Theatre. You will see Hollywood Boulevard the famous Sunset Strip and Beverly Hills where the movie stars live work and shop.Visit shopping paradise Rodeo Drive where you will find such exclusive shops as Chanel Fred Hayman Gucci
From $75.00
 
Grand Tour of Los Angeles
"Hop on the coach and meet your driver-guide who provides interesting and amusing commentary about Los Angeles and its movie history throughout your sightseeing tour. Start on Hollywood Boulevard where you'll see the 200 cement handprints at the TCL Chinese Theatre stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame and pass by Dolby Theatre home to the Academy Awards. Continue through town for a photo op of the Hollywood Sign built in 1923 and considered a national monument and see the Studios at Paramount in West Hollywood and the CBS television studios. (If you're on the morning tour
From $79.00
 
Old Hollywood Bar Crawl
"Meet your guide on Hollywood Boulevard for this 3-hour walking tour of some of Los Angeles’ most historic sites. Get an inside look at some of the key places Hollywood’s biggest celebrities have frequented. Sit in the booths once occupied by the likes of and some still do. Stroll Hollywood Boulevard’s Walk of Fame and listen to your guide share stories about some of the film industry’s most influential actors directors and writers. Duck into the bars that line the boulevard where celebrities of Hollywood’s Golden Age would mingle and drink. Some of the places still make guest appearances in films and television shows. But you’ll also hear the inside scoop on lesser-known tales of mobster hangouts and a secret ‘Writer’s Room you’ll also see iconic buildings and get to know where the locals like to hang out instead of getting stuck at the tourist traps. The tour concludes on Hollywood Boulevard outside the Roosevelt Hotel which is a great place to continue mingling on your own with locals at the dramatic bar hotel that almost feels like a movie set. You never know whom you might bump into. Please note: Comfortable shoes for walking are recommended. All participant
From $44.00

El Capitan Theater Tips (5)

El Capitain Theatre 1926

I brought my son here when he was 5 to see the Lion King show. Of course he doesn't remember it, but I do. What a lovely grand historical theatre with very ornate designs. Built May 1926 in East...
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Yaqui
Aug 27, 2014

El Capitan Theater

Located accross from the Hollywood and Highland Complex is the restored El Capitan Theater. Located across from the Hollywood and Highland Complex is the restored El Capitan Theater. Originally opened...
southofla
Nov 04, 2006

Since1926

The vision was to have a Hollywood Theatre District. The "Father of Hollywood," Charles Toberman and Sid Grauman opened, the "Egyptian in 1922, "El Capitan in 1926 and the "Chinese Theatre in 1927....
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lmkluque
Sep 01, 2014

Watching the Stars arrive at a movie premier

I'm not one to be impressed with celebrity, but it was such a fun buzz to watch the stars arrive at the premier of the new Pixar flick "Finding Nemo" at the El Capitan Theater.They closed down...
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Sunshine64
May 29, 2003

the famous theater besides Kodak Theater

El Capitan Theater is a favorite photo stop along the busy Hollywood walk of fame area fronting the entrance to the Kodak theater as it just sits across the street. It is one of the Theaters made by...
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Nov 28, 2013
 
 
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Things to Do Near Hollywood

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Hollywood and Highland Center

This entertainment center is home of the Kodak Theater where many live events including American Idol are taped. It also includes many restaurants, shops and movie theaters. Don't miss the great view...
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Hollywood and Vine

Near the Hollywood and Vine metro Station on Hollywood Boulevard you will also find several theatres such as Pentages Theatre. The Capital Records building which is designed to look like a stack of...
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Capitol Records Tower

The Capitol Records building is one of the most distinctive landmarks in Hollywood. The 13-story earthquake resistant tower, designed by Welton Becket, was the world's first circular office building,...
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Hollywood Walk of Fame

This place needs to be fixed because it is crap. The characters in costumes are thieves they steal things from you but then I caught one stealing something so when he saw me he gave me an evil look....
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Egyptian Theatre

Graumans Egyptian Sid Grauman wanted to create an exotic environment for the theater goers in Hollywood so he created four unique theaters. The Egyptian is one of them. It was built in 1922 and the...
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Hollywood

Hollywood is a community of Los Angeles that is most famous for it's connection to Entertainment/ the Film Industry. Truth be told, the glamor of Hollywood died out because many stars avoided the...
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Getting to Hollywood

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6838 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

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