A $24.95 value, FREE with your Go Los Angeles Card!
What’s more exciting: stepping into those star-studded shoes on the Walk of Fame, or stepping into the hotel allegedly haunted by Marilyn Monroe? This Tinseltown tour gives you the full treatment, from famous theaters to a storied history.
Red Line Tours brings you its most famous tour of Hollywood, taking you “behind the scenes” of the city to show you all the hotspots up-close, and letting you listen to your tour guide at a volume of your choosing over even the most distracting urban noise thanks to a “live audio system” of headsets. The Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Walking Tour is a great option for anyone who is into history and architecture, as well as the more obvious cinematic appeal of the city.
Red Line Tours boasts that this is not only the most authentic tour of Hollywood, but also the only company-operated walking tour of Hollywood- so don’t miss it! Remember to make a reservation in advance, particularly in the busy summer months.
Box office opens 30 minutes before earliest departure time.
ClosingsChristmas Day Thanksgiving Day Academy Awards Day All holiday hours are subject to change without notice.
Redemption InstructionsExpress Entry! Proceed to ticketing counter for express entry. One included walking tour* per day with your Go City Card. *Based on availability. One tour is available to you each day that your Go City Card is valid.
Reservation InstructionsIf you have a Go Los Angeles or Go San Diego Card or any other voucher from a third party ticket provider such as Expedia, Viator etc. Please click on the red (Reservation Requests) button below to make a reservation. Placing you reservation with your contact information is especially important so that we can notify you in case of any changes to our schedule. 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.
Included Extra(s)Skip the Line! Proceed to ticketing counter for express entry.
Address6708 Hollywood Blvd Egyptian Theater Hollywood, CA 90028
Driving DirectionsOn Hollywood Boulevard between Las Palmas and McCadden Place just east of Highland Avenue. Area lots are $5-$10 on Selma and Las Palmas, Cherokee.
Public TransportationHollywood and Highland Metro Stop
Here’s a sampling of the sights you’ll see on your Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes walking tour:
Grauman’s Chinese Theatre: Open since 1927, this legendary Asian-inspired venue has been a cornerstone of Hollywood for over 75 years
Kodak Theatre: The crown jewel of Hollywood, this complex is the home of the annual Academy Awards, and seats a staggering 3,401 people.
Walk of Fame: See the stars….or at least the star shapes on a sidewalk where the prints of various celebrity body parts have been forever memorialized in stone.
Hollywood Sign: Learn the story behind the world-famous landmark up close and in person with Red Line Tours!
El Capitan Theatre: A fully-restored movie palace that opened in 1926 and is operated by the Walt Disney Company, and once saw the likes of Clark Gable and Joan Fontaine performing live productions on its stage.
Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre: Open since 1922, this grand motion picture theatre was inspired by an Egyptian craze that swept the nation after the discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb the same year.
Roosevelt Hotel: A unique structure built in the historic Spanish-Style and named after Theodore Roosevelt that first opened in 1927. The hotel has been featured in multiple films, and was the site of the presentation of the 1st Academy Awards in 1929 in its Blossom Ballroom. The hotel is allegedly haunted by its former patron, Marilyn Monroe.
Red Line Tours’ Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Walking Tour operates seven days a week and is a great way to see the sights of the city up-close and with the added bonus of your own red-shirt clad tour guide on hand to answer your questions. Obviously, don’t forget your comfortable walking shoes and sunglasses!