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Up to 58% Off LGBT Walking Tour

Los Angeles

$90 $39

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Walking tour explores Los Angeles' historic LGBT sites including Native American settlements and Golden Age hotels and bathhouses

Up to 51% Off Wine Tours from Zuri Wine Tasting

Westchester Shopping Center

$89 $44

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Luxury motorcoaches ferry tour-goers to historical wineries, opulent restaurants, and hip shopping destinations with views of the Pacific

Up to 55% Off Hollywood Open Bus Tours

Hollywood

$98 $44

Visit the Hollywood sign, the Walk of Fame, and go past the houses of dozens of celebrities with this star-seeing tour

Up to 42% Off Downtown Walking Tour

Downtown Los Angeles

$30 $18

Stroll through areas such as Union Station and Grand Central Market while a guide shares the history of each spot

Up to 60% Off Cupcake Tour of Hollywood

Hollywood

$50 $25

Two-hour walking tours start at Georgetown Cupcake and include eight tastings from merchants such as Magnolia Bakery and Tartine O Chocolat

Up to 58% Off from Hollywoodland Tours

Hollywood

$29 $14

Van tours of Hollywood shuttle camera-wielding sightseers past the iconic Hollywood sign, spots where movies are filmed, and stars’ homes

Up to 33% Off Beerbus.LA Tour

Los Angeles

$100 $69

Tour guides lead groups to various local craft breweries where guests can sip craft beer, tour the brewery and learn the brewing process

Up to 58% Off from Rockin Hollywood Tours

Hollywood

$40 $20

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Knowledgeable guides lead guests on two-hour tours that visit over 70 famous Hollywood locations

Up to 60% Off Hollywood Bus Tour

Hollywood

$22 $10

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The one-hour guided tour showcases Hollywood sites such as the Walk of Fame, Capitol Records, and Pretty Woman filming locations

55% Off Scavenger-Hunt Adventure Race

Border Grill

$55 $25

Teams race to solve clues and strategize to win cash prizes and awards during urban race; music and drink specials at post-race party

50% Off a Haunted-History Walking Tour

Multiple Locations

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

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TOURific Escapes is a food tour company. We are experts at the local area, and we’ll show you the city with a personal touch and tempt you with tastings you may not have discovered on your own. With our friendly tour and roomy and comfortable ride, you’ll feel like your best friend is showing you the best parts of town.

6801 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US

If Seuss blew balloons, they'd look something like the creations at Balloon Celebration. Complete with starbursts, tubes, and balloons twisting inside of balloons with bright latex blossoms, every sculptured balloon bouquet is customized to the client's liking. Mix and match 50 different species of balloon in 80 different shades of color to convey any message of your choosing.

1059 Gayley Ave
Los Angeles,
CA
US

With its fleet of choppers and experienced instructors, Elite Helicopters keeps the focus on learning. The accredited flight school helps students acquire fundamental flying skills and build up pilot ratings.

16425 Vanowen Street
Van Nuys,
CA
US

We offer exciting, adventure filled tours of the American Southwest. Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Joshua Tree, Bryce and Zion canyons are all places we regularly visit. And if you like food, you'll really enjoy the beautiful scenery with our outdoor culinary creations.

5019 Genevieve Avenue
Los Angeles,
CA
US

If you've ever stood on the second floor of the Los Angeles Central Public Library and marveled at the explosion of color within the rotunda or the 12 adjacent murals depicting California history, then you have the Los Angeles Conservancy to thank. When the library was scheduled for demolition in the mid-1970s, concerned citizens formed the Conservancy to save the rotunda, the exterior limestone sculptures, and the library's many other architectural treasures. The group finally convinced the City Council to preserve the library in 1983, after years of public discussion, debate, and book-sniffing sit-ins. Ever since, it has advocated for greater Los Angeles's historic sites and educated people about the city's architectural heritage. The Conservancy is responsible for saving and revitalizing landmarks such as the former Cathedral of St. Vibiana, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House, and the world’s oldest remaining McDonald’s restaurant.

To accomplish its mission, the membership-based nonprofit offers a number of ways people can experience these beautiful and storied places. The Last Remaining Seats series earned a Reader Recommendation for Best Film Series and Best Downtown Event in the Los Angeles Downtown News' 2012 poll, in which the conservancy’s walking tours also earned the title of Best Downtown Tour. But the organization does more than save grandiose public buildings: increasingly, it also focuses on smaller community projects such as garden apartments and sites that reflect the area's rich Latino culture.

Executive director and 20-year Conservancy veteran Linda Dishman explained to Patt Morrison of the Los Angeles Times, "People are becoming more vocal. …That's one of the great secrets about Los Angeles: People really identify with their neighborhoods." The Conservancy also presents annual preservation awards to honor the efforts of individuals who fight to save places such as Pann’s Coffee Shop and Griffith Observatory.

523 W 6th St
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Six Taste co-owner Jeff Okita succinctly described his TripAdvisor Top 10 Pick tours to the Daily Trojan in 2011, calling them "a way for people to connect to different communities through an accessible medium, which is food." During four-hour excursions, in-the-know guides walk with fellow explorers through iconic Los Angeles–area neighborhoods—including Little Tokyo and the heart of downtown—stopping into gems to sample the eatery's cuisine and learn about the area. This cultural education is paramount for Jeff, who told the Christian Science Monitor in 2010 that "we choose the restaurants based on their story and what they add to the understanding of a neighborhood, its people and its history."

Guides currently lead more than 15 tours a week through eight different neighborhoods, with most tours meeting between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. In addition to the regularly scheduled excursions, the staff also leads specialty outings that focus on more adventurous cuisines, including intensely spicy dishes in Thai Town and lost seafood recipes in Atlantis.

4970 Highland View Ave
Los Angeles,
CA
US