Things to do in Los Angeles

Best Los Angeles tours

Los Angeles is often billed as the “Creative Capital of the World” due to the fact that one in every six of its residents works in a creative industry. So what exactly are all these artists, actors, dancers, writers, filmmakers, and musicians doing here? Most would argue that this dense body of creative residents is largely due to a certain Los Angeles district known as Hollywood.

This infamous district is situated in the west – northwest region of downtown Los Angeles, and is an active beacon for creative artists from all around the world. There are many things to do in Los Angeles, but a visit just isn’t complete without experiencing the glamour and prestige of all that Hollywood has to offer. Get in the action with a Los Angeles Attractions Pass, and see the many marvels of Los Angeles for one low price. With the Go Los Angeles Card, you can experience some of Hollywood’s most illustrious tours.

 

Universal Studios Hollywood:

What better way to experience the Hollywood film industry than to embark on an authentic studio tour? You can go behind the scenes to explore the movie sets on which movies are made. You’ll have the full backlot experience as you learn the secrets behind the making of your favorite blockbusters and experience action sequence reenactments. Once you become a movie-making master, it’s time to venture over to Universal CityWalk, which includes movie theaters, 32 restaurants, nightclubs, stores, and more!

Movie Star Homes Tour:

See the homes of some of your favorite celebrities as you weave through Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, the Sunset Strip, and more! You just might sneak a peek at one of your favorite stars on this exciting, two-hour experience. Homes include those of Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lopez, Madonna, George Clooney, and many more of Hollywood’s most esteemed residents!

Hollywood Museum:

From Marilyn Monroe’s prized dresses to Indiana Jones’ whip, the Hollywood Museum is home to over 10,000 artifacts of the silver screen.  See restored make-up rooms, photo galleries, and memorabilia of some of your favorite films throughout history. Witness the splendor and learn of the elaborate history of one of America’s greatest pastimes.

 

Of course, there is much more to explore in Los Angeles outside of Hollywood – such as Whale Watching by Newport Landing, the LA Zoo, and the Santa Monica Pier. Lucky for you, the Go Los Angeles Card includes all these attractions and more for one low price! And be sure to keep an eye out – your favorite celebrities could be just around the corner!

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