Monday, February 21st
Join us on Presidents Day Monday, February 21st for the Hollywood Hop-On Hop-Off City Sightseeing Tour.
Available from 10 am to 4:30 pm on all departures from in Front of Dolby Theater
$39 The cost includes pick up and drop off from the Loews Hollywood Hotel.
Single Red route one day ticket on Hop-On Hop-Offfer $39.00 per person
Tickets will be available here www.starlinetours.com.
Hop-On Hop-Off City Sightseeing Tour
● The Hollywood Red Route, 16 Hollywood stops. Including such world-famous sights as the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Rodeo Drive shopping district, the Sunset Strip, LA’s Farmers Market, Melrose Ave & Beverly Center shopping;
LA Brea Tar Pits, LACMA, the Petersen Auto museums. (2 Hour non-stop duration, approx. 20 miles)
See the City-Sightseeing schedule and route maps below for departure times.
Hollywood Route: Starts at Stop 1 @ 10am. Last full loop departure: 4:30PM.
Things to See On The Hop on and Hop Off Bus.
• TCL Chinese Theatre: A historic gem, this world-famous cinema has hosted some of the most exclusive movie premieres in Hollywood history.
• Dolby Theater: Formerly known as the Kodak Theater, the Dolby Theater is the first permanent home of the glamorous Academy Awards.
• Hollywood Walk of Fame: Iconic terrazzo stars grace block after block of city sidewalks on Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. Can you find your favorite celebrities?
• The Hollywood Sign: Erected in 1923, this instantly recognizable landmark is now an American national monument.
• Griffith Observatory: The Griffith Observatory is one of LA's greatest cultural attractions offering spectacular views from the Pacific Ocean to Downtown LA.
• The Hollywood Bowl: This exclusive concert venue hosts the world’s leading recording artists, with past performances by the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Beach Boys, the Who, Genesis, Monty Python, Kanye West, and dozens of others.
• Farmers Market/The Grove: First opened in 1934, this is L.A.’s largest open-air market, with more than 140 shops and restaurants.
• Miracle Mile: Lined with museums, this was the first urban district in the United States designed around the automobile.
• La Brea Tar Pits: A unique natural landform, the La Brea Tar Pits houses fascinating fossils dating back to the Ice Age.
• L.A. County Museum of Art: Home to classical, as well as contemporary works, LACMA is widely considered to be the top art gallery in the western United States.
• Melrose Avenue: This trendy shopping district has been featured in countless movies and television shows.
• CBS Television: Many of America’s most popular TV shows have been filmed at this expansive studio complex, which first opened in 1952.
• Sunset Strip: Nightlife hotspots, music venues, comedy clubs, and exclusive boutiques and restaurants line this famous stretch of Sunset Blvd.
• Rodeo Drive: Undeniably one of the most famous streets on the globe.
• Beverly Hills City Hall.