If you have purchased a Hollywood Explorer Pass, Go Los Angeles or Go San Diego Card, or have a payment voucher from a third party ticket provider such as Expedia, Viator etc. Please click the red button below to make a reservation for Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes. Please note that we do not take reservations over the phone. Reservations MUST be submitted in writing. If you are travelling generally your hotel concierge or front desk attendant will be happy to assist you. Our reservation page is formatted for smart phones.
Anyone can walk Hollywood Blvd, but Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes is more than just a walk, its an exploration of Hollywood's secrets. Visit movie locations that stared A-List Celebrities, visit legendary movie palaces, find your favorite Celebrity’s star as we walk the Walk of Fame, view the Hollywood Sign, and visit celebrities’ favorite hidden hideaways. Go inside places normally closed to the public. Place your feet onto your favorite celebrity’s footprints at the Chinese theater. Walk the footsteps of the Movie Stars when you visit Awards Walk, home to the Academy Awards. This tour changes Hollywood from ordinary to extra-ordinary! Click here to learn more
Madame Tussauds and Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Package
Save with a Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Tour and Madame Tussauds Hollywood package!
Skip the queue with expedited entry at Madame Tussauds.
Includes Marvel 4D Superheroes Theatre entry.
Instructions for purchasing and redeeming in 3 simple steps:
1. Purchase the package on our website using the link below. Keep your booking receipt and bring to Madame Tussauds for entry to the museum.
2. Go back to the Red Line reservation portal (above) and click on the link to reserve a day and time for your Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes tour. Instructions on where to meet for the tour will be sent to you in a confirmation email.
This tour includes our world famous Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes tour and a 2 hour Movie Stars Homes tour. In addition to all the sights and stories included on our Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes tour visit the Hollywood sign, Mulholland Drive, Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive, Bel-Air, and the Sunset Strip. See 45 celebrity homes and hear the fun stories of their lifestyles. Click here to learn more.
Exploring Hollywood only? We've made finding Hollywood's best easy for you! The Hollywood Explorer Pass is a discounted, multi-attraction pass with access to four of the best Hollywood attractions including Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes, Madame Tussauds, Dolby Theatre Tour (or Hollywood Museum), and a hop-on/off bus tour (or movie stars homes tour). Click here to learn more.
Are you exploring the whole city? A Go Los Angeles Card is an attraction pass that gets you into 33 Los Angeles attractions for one low price. You can choose from 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 day cards. The 3-day and higher cards include Universal Studios.Click here to learn more.
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