6822 Hollywood Boulevard
The Proper/TMZ Tour Center is located next to the El Capitan Theatre across the street from the Hollywood& Highland shopping center. Come in & purchase your sightseeing tickets!
7425 Sunset Boulevard
The Rock Walk (Guitar Center) is a music shop with the largest chain of musical instruments throughout the US! This location is best known to be a place where famous musical artists and bands have imprinted their hands.
8001 Sunset Boulevard
The Laugh Factory is recognized as “the #1 comedy club in the country” by USA Today. Great stop to enjoy a stroll down Sunset Strip & all the area’s most famous hotels!
8433 Sunset Boulevard
The Comedy Store is where hilarious performances are held nightly. The popular late night show host, Johnny Carson, was one of the first to perform here when it opened.
1025 N. San Vicente BLVD. (South of Sunset Blvd.)
The Whiskey A Go Go is an awesome rock band venue where you can catch rock music nightly! This venue is located on the Sunset Strip, which is known for the famous wall-to-wall colorful billboard ads, notorious bars, nightclubs rock clubs and more!
8951 Santa Monica Blvd.
The Pacific Design Center is an award winning design center that showcases the best modern interior design. The city of West Hollywood offers amazing food and beverage options.
Mon-Sat: 9333 3rd St. @ Civic Center Dr. Behind Courthouse
Sun only: 444 Rexford Dr. Outside Kelly’s Coffee
The 3rd Street/Beverly Hills connection stop is where you can check out Rodeo Drive and the beauty of the well-known Beverly Hills. This city is comprised of the most luxurious shopping, dining, and hotel destinations in the world.
8550 Beverly Blvd. (outside Macy’s Men’s Dept)
The Beverly center is California’s hot spot for shopping with 8 floors, 160 stores, and brands such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Michael Kors inside. Nearby is LA’s famous Restaurant Row featuring notable restaurants such as The Original Lawry’s Prime Rib, Fogo de Chao, The Stinking Rose and more!
5905 Wilshire Blvd (outside of Lacma entrance)
The La Brea Tar Pits/Lacma stop is where you can visit the Tar Pits Museum & the Los Angeles County Museum of Art- Lacma; the largest museum in the Western US with over 100,000 sculptures, paintings and other fine works of art. Just a block away from Peterson Automotive Museum’s rare car collection.
110 S. Fairfax Avenue (outside Grandpoint Bank)
At the Original Farmers Market/The Grove stop you’ll be surrounded by over 160 shopping stores & restaurants! The Original Farmers Market features more than 100 restaurants, grocers, and tourist shops. North of the market is the famous CBS studios, where The Price is Right, Dancing with the Stars and American Idol are filmed.
7666 Melrose Avenue (East of Spaulding Ave.)
The Melrose Shopping stop is where you can walk down the street that made the show “Melrose Place” famous. Excellent dining choices and wonderful local shopping makes this stop a must! Don’t forget to stop at Pink’s Hotdog stand where you can get one of the most delicious hot dogs in LA or even possibly spot a local celebrity getting their grub on. Make sure you bring cash if you want a hot dog!
5515 Melrose Avenue (outside of Paramount Entrance)
The Paramount Studios stop is where you will get off if you made a reservation to do the Paramount Studio Tour. North of the studio is the final resting place for Hollywood’s founders, stars, directors, writers, and performers at The Hollywood Cemetery.
6301 Hollywood Blvd. (next to Panteges Theatre)
The Hollywood And Vine stop is the last stop before returning to stop #1. If you want to explore the Walk of Fame, see the famous Capital Records, visit the Pantages Theatre or see what’s happening in the area, get off here! This intersection used to be the Time Square of the West Coast and the main hub for what was happening in Hollywood.