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Hollywood Sightseeing and Celebrity Homes Tour by Open-Top Bus

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Save your time wandering around Los Angeles on your own searching for celebrity hot spots. This guided tour of Hollywood and celebrity homes takes you through neighborhoods jam-packed with star-owned homes. Plus your guide knows the quickest ways around the LA traffic to show you the most famous attractions such as the Hollywood Sign and Rodeo Drive all in just a few hours.
$35.00 per adult
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Perkadventures wrote a review Oct 2020
Banning, California13,486 contributions535 helpful votes
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Parked in a parking area with views of the sunken city and has a city park next to it. Not much to see and looks very dangerous, to old to hop a fence to look, This happened in 1929 from a landslide and you can still see streetcar tracks. Lots of graffiti in this area. Not exactly a tourist destination.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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TravelingMerm wrote a review Oct 2020
Monrovia, California2,064 contributions251 helpful votes
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I wouldn’t exactly call this a tourist attraction, but it is a very interesting and odd local site to see. It is fenced off and does appear to be illegal to enter, so be aware and enter at your own risk! Supposedly, back in the 20’s, a fancy neighborhood slid off into the sea...these are the remnants. There’s plenty of street parking all around Point Fermin, which is nice in and of itself! Lots of shade and picnic tables along the cliff that overlooks the Pacific Ocean...and you can often see sea lions down on the rocks! There’s even a lighthouse museum. The sunken city is pretty cool to take a quick glimpse of and grab some pics. There were a lot of people walking around the ruins and skateboarding and hanging out...but I wouldn’t risk it...I think the fine is something like over $400 if you get caught, but don’t quote me on that. We ran in, took some fast pics from up above, and ran out lol! There are a couple of spots to squeeze through the fence, but they’re pretty narrow...there’s one really large opening much further down...you’ll find it easily if you walk past Point Fermin park and take Shepard St down to S Carolina Place and walk to the fencing...once you hit the fence, walk to your left and you’ll see it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Olivia wrote a review Mar 2020
Edmonton, Canada11 contributions1 helpful vote
Pretty view, quiet spot, historic; if you're close its a nice stop but I wouldn't go out of my way. .
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dan Theman wrote a review Nov 2019
New York102 contributions36 helpful votes
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This is a pretty cool spot and definitely off the beaten path. I came here with a friend of mine after running around San Pedro, so this was a bonus point afterwards. It's definitely cool to check out and fun to see some of the graffiti. Understand however that you are breaking the law and trespassing. And the journey over here can be a little risky and potentially dangerous. It's all depending on you and your personal fitness. If you're a clumsy, unbalanced person with bad equilibrium, think twice about it. You may fall over and tumble down to the bottom and die. Not the worse way to go out because at least you'll be in the ocean and apart of the life cycle. If you can avoid all that, it's a neat little area that awaits you. And no matter where you decide to sit and chill out, you will get an amazing view of the city. On average most people will not get caught and will be totally fine entering and returning from the Sunken City. However, cops sometimes will be waiting near the entrance trying to bust people, so yeah, take precaution. Either way, very cool place and perfect view of the ocean and Catalina Islands. NOTE: I was hearing stuff from locals that they the city is thinking of making this place a tourist attraction at some point. Again, that's at SOME POINT so who knows how long that will take. So yeah, just go visit while you're in the area. It's a great spot.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Choosewhatever wrote a review Jun 2019
Miramar, Florida412 contributions106 helpful votes
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The way to get into this area would make anyone weary but it was definitely worth breaking the rules for once. We went on a weekday at 5pm and other than some skateboarders the area was completely empty. It turned out to be a great place to learn a little history and get some very cool pictures. This is considered trespassing which had my husband known he would’ve never allowed.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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