Discover the most iconic landmarks as we walk along 2 miles of Hollywood Boulevard while we entertain you with a spoken performance covering the history of the Hollywood, the Walk of Fame (Stars), the Chinese Theatre (Handprints), Dolby Theatre (Oscars), Hotel Roosevelt (Celebrities), and various other interesting tales you won't find anywhere else. Think of this as a walking "show" set on most famous Boulevard in America. We don't want to give away too much but you'll learn the real story of how Hollywood was named (it's not what you most people think), where the forgotten "Hollywood" Sign was recently uncovered, how the celebrity handprints started, what it takes to get a Star on the Walk of Fame and who has 5 of them, what it's like to walk the red carpet at the Academy Awards and who named it Oscar, where did Marilyn Monroe live on the Blvd, and so much more.
Tom, Jess, & Friends
I love bringing everyone together and giving guests an experience to last a lifetime. My goal is to make a positive impact on the world by connecting with people and encouraging others to do the same. I moved to LA 6 years ago and fell in love with all that this city has to offer, my "Walk of Fame" experience started when visiting friends wanted to see the famous Hollywood Blvd. Without knowing it's story the Blvd is an awful place to visit, so extensive research over the years has given me unique insights to the history and significance of all the various attractions, (Chinese Theatre, Roosevelt Hotel, Walk of Fame Stars, etc), I look forward to sharing these with you so you'll discover what makes this such a special place. I'm a licensed tour guide by the City of LA with over 3,900 5-star reviews on my other tours and a 4.98 average
Snacks Snack bars and fresh organic apples or oranges.
Water Bottled water is essential to keep you hydrated during our walk.
Professional Photos - Leave the selfie stick behind and let us take the pictures
The world-famous Hollywood Boulevard, Outpost Estates, Magic Castle, Walk of Fame Stars, Madame Tussauds, Chinese Theater, Dolby Theater, Hollywood & Highland Center, Musso & Franks, Roosevelt Hotel, Egyptian Theater.
Please read all information carefully, this is a 2 mile walk along the very busy Hollywood Boulevard with multiple stops to photograph and hear about the various landmarks that make it such an iconic place.