This Hollywood Tour is the the best way to create life-long memories of Hollywood. You will visit Hollywood on a day trip from Las Vegas and visit iconic attractions such as Rodeo Drive, the famous Santa Monica Pier, Sunset Strip, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and much more.
- Drive through the desert and get magnificent views of yucca and Joshua tree forests
- Get a panoramic view of the Hollywood Sign from the Kodak Theater
- Visit the home of rock and roll on Sunset Boulevard
- Stroll along the Hollywood Walk of Fame with the stars at your feet
- Discover the home of the Oscars
On this Vegas to Hollywood Tour, take a scenic drive through the desert as you depart Las Vegas for Hollywood and marvel at the dry lakes, mountain ranges, and southern tip of Death Valley. Cross the state border into California and experience the glitz and glamour of the movie stars.
Go to Sunset Boulevard and look at the hand prints of all the music greats at the Guitar Center. Search for your favorite star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard, and get ample time to visit Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Admire the ornate Roosevelt Hotel, where the stars are often seen having lunch. Use your time to visit the Hollywood Wax Museum, Madame Tussauds, or the American Cinematheque, and get a wonderful view of the iconic Hollywood Sign from the terrace of the Kodak Theater.
Discover many famous film locations, including the landmark Baltimore Hotel, and Hollywood United Methodist Church, along with famous studios, including Pixar Entertainment, Warner Brothers, and Walt Disney. See for yourself why this is the best Vegas to Hollywood Tour.
- Free hotel pick-up, continental breakfast, lunch, and unlimited snacks
- Departs at 6:00 am and returns at 8:30 pm
- Continental breakfast
- Unlimited supply of bottled water
- Professional guides
- Transportation by luxury SUV or VIP minibus
Hollywood Tour from Las Vegas
This wonderful Las Vegas to Hollywood day tour starts with an amazing scenic drive from Las Vegas through the beautiful high deserts, dry lakes, mountain ranges, the geographic southern end of Death Valley, as well as amazing Mohave Yucca and Joshua Tree forests on the way to Los Angeles and the legendary Hollywood, California.
This Hollywood Day tour starts with a scenic drive from Las Vegas through the beautiful high deserts, dry lakes, mountain ranges, the geographic southern end of Death Valley, as well as amazing Mohave Yucca and Joshua Tree forests on our way to Los Angeles and the legendary Hollywood, California. (and for the technical buff, fabulous views of the new Ivanpah Solar Power facility at the Nevada-California state line). We stop for lunch at the beautiful Santa Monica Beach and Pier. When you hear the words “Southern California” you can’t help but think of the beaches of Santa Monica. You can walk barefoot in the sand where David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson worked, the same location where Hollywood directors filmed the most watched television series of all time, “Baywatch.” This is the real California – Sun, Sand and Movie Stars, this is what California is all about. See “Bubba Gump’s Shrimp Company” and take a romantic stroll on the beach in the warm California sun where you can put your toes in the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean.
We drive through the famous Rodeo Drive shopping area, Santa Monica Drive and along the equally famous Sunset Strip, which has been the inspiration for many songs and movies. Our tour continues past Beverly Hills where many of our favorite stars live. Actors such as Tom Cruise, Madonna, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Jack Nicholson and so many others live in the fabulous neighborhoods scattered throughout Beverly Hills.
HOLLYWOOD DAY TOUR EXPERIENCE
We stroll along Hollywood Boulevard’s Walk of Fame with the stars at our feet; find your favorite star and take a picture, see the ornate Chinese & Kodak (Dolby) Theaters (home of the Oscars), the hand prints of the stars in concrete, the famous Roosevelt Hotel (where stars are commonly seen) and a wonderful view of the iconic “Hollywood Sign” from the Patio of the Kodak Theater.