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First Class Day Tour

(3 Reviews)

Join us on our Hollywood Sightseeing Tour. We will travel through the city on a vintage Trolley Bus, experiencing the sights, sounds and charm of Los Angeles in a unique and nostalgic way. Our Trolley Bus is a restored piece of history, with its classic design, tufted seats and brass details, it will transport you back in time as we take you on a journey through the city’s most iconic neighborhoods and landmarks.

What's Included

  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Driver/Guide
  • Wi-Fi / Charging Station
  • Drinks / Snacks
What to Expect

With our Luxury Los Angeles Bus Tour, you will travel in style through the entertainment capital among the theaters and stars of Hollywood Boulevard. Wind through charming Hollywood Hills, one of the historic neighborhoods of celebrity life. Have an exquisite look at some of the elite highlights of luxurious Beverly Hills. Experience legendary Sunset Strip – the place of rock music history. With stops at LA cultural centers like The Original Farmers Market and the beautiful museums along Miracle Mile, you’ll create memories of a lifetime.


  • Hollywood Boulevard
  • Hollywood Hills
  • Mulholland Scenic Overlook15 Minute Stop
  • Sunset Boulevard
  • Beverly Hills15 minute stop
  • Miracle Mile / Museum Row
  • The Original Farmers Market20 minute stop / Passengers have the option to end here
Hollywood Boulevard
Feel the excitement of the most iconic cultural district in the city of Los Angeles. Historic theatres, famous sidewalk stars, and eclectic shopping.

1Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood Boulevard is one of the most iconic locations in Los Angeles. Hollywood is not a city in Los Angeles County, but rather a cultural district with its own distinguished designation. There are dozens of restaurants, shops, and photo worthy sights.
Home to the stars, museums, landmarks, and other Hollywood attractions celebrating L.A.’s rich film and entertainment heritage. You can view recreations of famous celebrities at the Hollywood Wax Museum, gaze at the footprints of the stars at TCL Chinese Theater, or shop to your heart’s content at the famed Ovations epicenter.

2Capitol Records

Capitol Records is a symbol and fixture near Hollywood. Founded in 1942, Capitol records studio is still in operation and has worked with 100s of legendary musical artists. The iconic structure looks like a stack of records on a turntable and the blinking lights on the spire spell out “Hollywood” in Morse Code.

3Hollywood Sign

The pièce de resistance of Hollywood is the sensational monument that is the Hollywood Sign. Located atop Mount Lee in the wheat-colored Beachwood Canyon are 9 letters that span 350 feet and spell out the word “Hollywood”. Each white capital letter is 45 feet tall and is recognizable from miles away.

4Hollywood Walk of Fame

The Hollywood Walk of Fame houses more than 2700 stars that span 15 blocks. It is customary to find your favorite personality on the walk and snap a photo with the terrazzo and brass star. Acclaimed stars are not the only must-see attractions in the district.

5Hollywood Museum

Within the walls of the building, which was designed by Simeon Charles Lee and opened in 1935, are thousands of motion picture memorabilia. When the museum premiered in 2003, it was only open two days per week. Today it is the highest attended attraction in Hollywood aside from the Walk of Fame.

6Musso & Frank

Established in 1919, it is one of the oldest restaurants in the city and has maintained its reputation as a beloved culinary institution for over a century.
It is a favorite haunt for celebrities, writers, filmmakers, and locals alike. Its rich history is reflected in the classic Old Hollywood ambiance, with red leather booths, dark wood paneling, and vintage photographs adorning the walls.

The restaurant has a storied past, having catered to numerous famous personalities such as Charlie Chaplin, Marilyn Monroe, Orson Welles, and Ernest Hemingway. Musso & Frank has been a gathering place for artists and intellectuals, serving as a backdrop for creative discussions and lively conversations.

7TCL Chinese Theatres

TCL Chinese Theatres, formerly known as Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, is an iconic and historic landmark situated on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. Built in 1927, the theater is renowned for its stunning architectural design, featuring ornate Chinese-inspired decorations and a majestic red pagoda. It has been a focal point for the entertainment industry, hosting countless film premieres and red carpet events.

The theater’s courtyard is famous for its forecourt of handprints and footprints of Hollywood stars, a tradition that began with the imprints of screen legends such as Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable. TCL Chinese Theatres stands as a symbol of Hollywood’s glamour and cinematic history, drawing visitors from around the world who come to experience the magic of the silver screen in one of the most iconic venues in the industry.

8Dolby Theatre

Originally known as the Kodak Theatre, it was renamed Dolby Theatre in 2012. The theater’s grand design and opulent interior create a captivating atmosphere for audiences.

With a seating capacity of over 3,400, it has hosted prestigious events like the Academy Awards (Oscars) since 2002, attracting the biggest names in the entertainment industry. Dolby Theatre’s cutting-edge sound systems and immersive visual capabilities ensure an unparalleled experience for attendees, making it an iconic symbol of Hollywood’s grandeur and the pinnacle of excellence in live entertainment.

9El Capitan

Built in 1926, the theater’s lavish Spanish Colonial Revival architecture and ornate interior design evoke a sense of old-world charm and elegance. Operated by The Walt Disney Company, the theater specializes in premiering Disney films and hosting special events. Moviegoers are treated to a captivating pre-show entertainment featuring live performances and appearances by beloved Disney characters. 

10Hollywood Wax Museum

A renowned tourist attraction that offers visitors an opportunity to get up close and personal with lifelike wax figures of their favorite celebrities. Since its establishment in 1965, the museum has been a popular destination for entertainment enthusiasts from around the world.

The extensive collection features meticulously crafted wax replicas of iconic Hollywood stars, musicians, athletes, and cultural icons, capturing their likeness in stunning detail. Visitors can pose for photos with their favorite stars, creating memorable and often amusing experiences. The Hollywood Wax Museum is not only a place to admire the artistry of wax sculpting but also a chance to immerse oneself in the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s celebrity culture.

Hollywood Hills
The original Hollywoodland. Move through the winding hills and beautiful homes in the heart of Hollywood.

1Hollywood Hills

Nestled in the Santa Monica Mountain range. Known for its stunning views, luxurious homes, and the many celebrity residents. Back in 1923 the Hollywood Hills witnessed the birth of a fancy development project called “Hollywoodland” and has continued to this day as a serene retreat from the bustling city below.

2Architecture - Mediterranean, Spanish, Modern Contemporary and Hollywood Regency

Mediterranean and Spanish architectural styles: These homes feature red tile roofs, arched windows, balconies, and ornamental details. They often exhibit a sense of grandeur and elegance.

Hollywood Regency Style: Reflecting the glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Hollywood Regency homes have an air of luxury and opulence. They typically incorporate bold colors, mirrored accents, intricate detailing, and a blend of vintage and modern elements.

Modern Contemporary Architecture: With sleek and sophisticated lines, these homes often feature clean geometric shapes, large windows, open floor plans, and an emphasis on indoor-outdoor living.

Mulholland Drive & Canyons
15 Minute Stop at Mulholland Scenic Overlook - Breathtaking views from 2000 feet above the expanse of Los Angeles.

1Laurel Canyon

Laurel Canyon is a neighborhood in the Hollywood Hills region of Los Angeles, California. It gained significant cultural prominence in the 1960s and 1970s as a hub for musicians, artists, and counterculture figures. The area was home to iconic musicians and bands like The Byrds, Jim Morrison, Frank Zappa, and Joni Mitchell, among others. Laurel Canyon played a pivotal role in the development of the folk rock and psychedelic rock music scenes, and its bohemian atmosphere continues to influence popular culture today.

2Mulholland Drive

Mulholland Drive is an iconic 21-mile winding road in the Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, renowned for its panoramic views of the city and the Hollywood Sign. Adjacent to the road, Mulholland Scenic Overlook provides a perfect spot for visitors to capture breathtaking photos, making it a must-visit destination for anyone seeking the quintessential Los Angeles experience.

3Coldwater Canyon

Coldwater Canyon is a picturesque canyon located in the Santa Monica Mountains of Los Angeles, California. It is renowned for its scenic beauty, lush landscapes, and winding roads, making it a popular destination for nature enthusiasts, hikers, and cyclists. The canyon is also home to Coldwater Canyon Park, a green oasis offering recreational activities and a serene escape from the urban hustle, making it a cherished natural gem in the heart of Los Angeles.

Sunset Boulevard
Journey along this lively thoroughfare of bustling culture and paparazzi nightlife. Cool boutiques and legendary music.

1Sunset Strip

The Sunset Strip is the 1.5-mile stretch of Sunset Boulevard that passes through the iconic city of West Hollywood and is just east of Beverly Hills. The Sunset Strip is known for being the birthplace of dozens of West Coast Glam Rock bands like Van Halen, Mötley Crüe, and Quiet Riot. Today there are high end boutiques, restaurants, nightclubs, and a host of huge colorful billboards.

2Sunset Plaza

Situated on Sunset Boulevard, Sunset Plaza is an upscale shopping and dining destination that offers a luxurious experience. With a variety of boutique stores, high-end restaurants, and chic cafes, it attracts both locals and tourists seeking a taste of Hollywood glamour.

3The Sunset Tower Hotel

Originally known as the Sunset Tower, this historic hotel is an architectural gem that has welcomed numerous celebrities over the years. With its Art Deco design and breathtaking views of the city, the Sunset Tower Hotel exudes timeless elegance and offers a luxurious retreat for discerning travelers.

4The Comedy Store

Known as a legendary comedy club, The Comedy Store on Sunset Boulevard has been the launching pad for many renowned comedians. Audiences can enjoy evenings filled with laughter as they witness both seasoned professionals and up-and-coming talent take the stage.

5The Viper Room

Established in 1993, The Viper Room is a historic nightclub that has hosted a range of musical acts, making it a popular destination for live music enthusiasts. The intimate venue has welcomed performances from renowned artists and continues to be a vibrant hub for the local music scene.

6The Roxy Theatre

The Roxy Theatre is a historic music venue that has showcased an impressive lineup of musicians and bands since its opening in 1973. From rock to pop, the intimate setting of The Roxy provides an unforgettable concert experience for fans of live music.

7Whisky a Go Go

Recognized as one of the birthplaces of the American music scene, Whisky a Go Go has a rich history of hosting performances by legendary artists. This iconic nightclub has been a platform for rock, punk, and metal acts, cementing its status as a landmark in the world of music.

The Whisky a Go Go, informally called “the Whisky,” is a historic nightclub in West Hollywood that was founded in 1964. The term “a go go” is a French term that means ‘in abundance’. The club has been abundantly launching bands including Alice Cooper, The Doors, No Doubt, System of a Down, Chicago, Van Halen, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, KISS, Guns N’ Roses, AC/DC, Linkin Park, Metallica, and Mötley Crüe. Today “The Whisky” continues to be a legendary concert venue.

Beverly Hills
15 Minute Stop at Beverly Hills Sign - Experience the luxury style of celebrity living and the exquisite beauty that surrounds this famous city. Exclusive retail and historic grandeur.

1Rodeo Drive

Rodeo Drive, nestled in the heart of Beverly Hills, is a legendary shopping destination renowned for its upscale boutiques, luxury brands, and exquisite fashion. The palm-lined street exudes elegance and sophistication, attracting fashion enthusiasts, celebrities, and discerning shoppers from around the world. From iconic fashion houses to renowned jewelers, Rodeo Drive showcases an array of high-end retailers and showcases the latest trends in designer fashion. The street’s meticulously maintained storefronts and glamorous ambiance create a luxurious atmosphere that invites visitors to indulge in a world of opulence and style. Beyond shopping, Rodeo Drive offers an experience of refined dining, art galleries, and the chance to witness the vibrant energy of this iconic boulevard.

The two-mile stretch includes the famed shopping blocks with 80 upscale fashion brands like Gucci, Tiffany & Co., Alexander McQueen, and Vera Wang.

2The Beverly Hills Sign

Iconic neighborhood sign and popular selfie spot, sits next to a lily pond in Beverley Gardens Park. Not to be mistaken by the heart shaped Beverly Hills city limits sign, the 40-foot arched sign is a recreation form the original sign that welcomed visitors in the1930’s. After the park was expanded, the original sign was replaced by the sign that exists today.

3The Beverly Hills Hotel

Located on Sunset Boulevard and just an 8-minute walk from Rodeo Drive, the Beverly Hills Hotel continues to be a prominent feature in Southern California. Considered to be one of the United States best known hotels, celebrities, moguls, and the elite frequent the establishment. Originally constructed in 1912 by Elmer Grey in the Mediterranean Revival style, the hotel had an extensive renovation in 1996 and the design was updated to have a more contemporary feel. With beautiful Bungalows, grand swimming pools, and enough nostalgia to last a lifetime, the Beverly Hills Hotel is a stunner.

4City Hall/Civic Center

A civic landmark built in 1932, in a Spanish revival architecture called Churrigueresque. it was the largest and most expensive City Hall built at the time. The tower is 8-stories high and has a gorgeous tiled dome and gilded cupola. The design inspired the expanded Civic Center which opened in 1990.

Miracle Mile / Museum Row
Enjoy the amazing architecture and history along vibrant Wilshire Boulevard. A powerful cultural and commercial district.

1Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States. It houses a vast collection of artworks spanning various periods and cultures, including modern and contemporary art, as well as ancient and indigenous pieces. LACMA’s distinctive urban light installation and rotating exhibitions make it a must-visit destination for art enthusiasts.

2La Brea Tar Pits and Museum

The La Brea Tar Pits, located in Hancock Park along Miracle Mile, offer a unique glimpse into prehistoric Los Angeles. The museum showcases fossils and preserved remains of Ice Age animals that were trapped in the natural asphalt seeps thousands of years ago. Visitors can explore the tar pits, watch ongoing excavations, and learn about the fascinating history of the region’s paleontological discoveries.

3Petersen Automotive Museum

Car enthusiasts will find the Petersen Automotive Museum a haven for automobile history and culture. The museum showcases a remarkable collection of vintage, classic, and contemporary cars, motorcycles, and other automotive memorabilia. From iconic vehicles to interactive exhibits, the Petersen Museum offers an immersive journey through the evolution of transportation.

4Museum of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Located at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue, this museum is dedicated to the history, art, and technology of the motion picture industry. Visitors can delve into the world of filmmaking through interactive exhibits, iconic memorabilia, and behind-the-scenes insights, making it a must-visit for movie enthusiasts.

The Original Farmers Market
20 Minute Stop - Grab a treat and take in the exotic foods, sights and sounds of over 100 gourmet vendors at this beloved historic open market.

1The Original Farmers Market

The Farmers Market first opened in July 1934, it is also a historic Los Angeles landmark and tourist attraction. In the 1930’s the market sold fresh produce to locals. Today the Farmers Market features more than 100 vendors, including ready-to-eat foods, grocers, and tourist shops, and is located just south of CBS and open 7 days per week.


Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • No luggage please, personal sized carry-on only. Umbrella strollers that fold are acceptable, nothing larger that cannot fold
  • Please contact us if you need a Wheelchair lift or have an ADA requirement.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult

How will I receive my tickets?

Your tickets invoice will be emailed to you.

What do I need to bring for the tour?

Check the weather before coming for what to wear. We recommend sunglasses, a comfortable hat and a camera. On sunny days, you may want to bring some sunscreen and ChapStick.

What is your cancellation policy?

We offer a 100% refund for cancellations.We do offer rescheduling options for a future tour date subject to availability.


3 Reviews
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Jamila Sozahdah

Family Traveller

I recently had the pleasure of experiencing the Parlor Car, a luxurious trolley. From the moment I stepped aboard, I was captivated by its stunning beauty and elegant design. The Parlor Car exudes a sense of royalty and classic charm that sets it apart from other modes of transportation. It also comfortably seated 20 of us.

One of the standout features of the Parlor Car was the exceptional service provided by the driver and staff. The driver was not only professional and attentive but also ensured a safe and smooth ride throughout our journey. The staff members were knowledgeable and friendly, making the entire experience even more enjoyable.

May 9, 2023

Ibad M

Solo Traveller

An amazing way to explore Los Angeles. Highly recommend.

March 24, 2023

Eduardo Marquez

Solo Traveller

One of the best experiences I had this year had a great time. Driver was amazing very knowledgeable of areas. Been to a couple of tours before, but nothing like this one. What an elegant ride!!!!!

February 10, 2023
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