Sightseeing in Los Angeles

Up to 50% Off Railroad Museum Foundation Membership

Travel Town Museum Foundation

Los Angeles

$60 $30


Support educational outreach and restoration programs with a year of gift shop discounts, admission to members-only events, and souvenirs

Up to 56% Off Membership to Chinese American Museum

Chinese American Museum


$50 $22


In its 10th year, CAM's current exhibits include L.A. Heat: Taste Changing Condiments, documenting Chinese immigration to the States

56% Off at The Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art ( moca )

Downtown Los Angeles

$34 $15

Roy Lichtenstein, Jean-Michel Basquiat and other visual masters star in permanent collection at museum filled with post-1940 art

Up to 60% Off a Cupcake Tour of Hollywood

Great Food Tours


$50 $25

Two-hour walking tours start at Georgetown Cupcake and include six cupcake tastings from merchants such as Magnolia Bakery and Sweet E's

Up to 42% Off Downtown Walking Tour

Downtown LA Walking Tours

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 58% Off from Hollywoodland Tours

Hollywoodland Tours


$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 49% Off Admission to ScareLA


The Reef (Formerly LA Mart)

$68 $39

Summer Halloween convention features panels, screenings, classes, and interactive exhibits for all ages

Just-Renovated Hotel in Downtown L.A.

LA Hotel Downtown

Los Angeles

$179 $179


Chic, downtown LA hotel offers views of skyscrapers, heated outdoor pool, and trendy onsite restaurant

Battleship USS "Iowa" – Up to 51% Off Tour

Battleship USS IOWA

LA Waterfront, San Pedro

$51 $26.95


Storied battleship educates visitors after a 70-year naval career, letting them learn its history and venture through its honeycombed halls

Up to 52% Off Guided "Entourage" Tour

Entourage Tour

Los Angeles

$138 $69

Hit the highlights and haunts as seen in the acclaimed HBO series, "Entourage"

52% Off Graffiti Tour of LA

Graff Tours

Los Angeles

$25 $12

Guides show groups iconic LA street art on 90-minute tours, sharing factoids about the LA graffiti scene of the '80s and the present day

Up to 48% Off Helicopter Tour

Copter Pilot

Van Nuys Airport

$450 $299

Helicopter tours provide a bird's eye view of sights such as the Hollywood Sign, Encino, and Santa Monica Pier; custom tours also available

Up to 58% Off from Rockin Hollywood Tours

Rockin Hollywood Tours


$40 $20


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

Up to 58% Off LGBT Walking Tour

Out & About Tours

Los Angeles

$90 $39


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

Up to 70% Off from LA Club Crawl - NightClub Tour

LA Club Crawl - NightClub Tour

Los Angeles

$40 $20

Instead of long lines and covers, patrons snag an all-access pass from the crawl and boogie at Hollywood clubs such as Cosmo and Playhouse

Up to 55% Off Hollywood Open Bus Tours

Hollywood Tourz


$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 50% Off a Bus-Tour Adventure


On Location

$58 $30


Bus tours chart a course through Los Angeles’s lesser known locales, visiting hot spots frequented by actors, writers, and filmmakers

Up to 52% Off Celebrity Home Tour

Access Hollywood Tours

Los Angeles

$49 $25

Narrated bus tour passes iconic Hollywood landmarks and stars' homes

Museum of Tolerance – Up to 56% Off

Museum of Tolerance


$31 $17


Interactive exhibits on the Holocaust and contemporary human-rights violations illustrate the consequences of intolerance

Select Local Merchants

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,

Rated “very highly recommended” by Frommer’s, the Smithsonian-affiliated Japanese American National Museum is one of the largest museums in the United States dedicated to sharing the untold stories, the fascinating culture, and the rich history of Japanese Americans. With more than 60,000 artifacts and a rotation series of exhibitions, the Japanese American National Museum offers hours of information displays, including the current Zen Garage exhibit. Holding an array of public programs, film screenings, arts-and-crafts workshops, and cooking seminars throughout the year, the Japanese American National Museum was recently awarded the 2010 Institute of Museums and Library Services’ National Medal, the nation's highest honor for museums and its second-highest honor for monocle-wearing intellectual dolphins. Those purchasing the Supporting membership will receive discounts on museum store items, and film, concert, lecture, and workshop tickets, as well as the following:

369 E 1st St
Los Angeles,

Lux Travel Group's early-morning ground service chariots riders to Las Vegas in style, boasting luxurious service and perks similar to a first-class flight. Commence road trips with a champagne toast before sipping on two additional complimentary cocktails from the extensive drink menu. A continental breakfast or a lunch package consisting of a half sandwich, fresh fruit or salad, and a freshly baked cookie fuels passengers up for Olympic-level Internet surfing on the free WiFi (available on most routes, but subject to location and satellite interference from clouds and bandwidth-stealing UFOs). After reveling in the bus-centric festivities, wind down during a movie screening with a chocolate-mint-drizzled cake pop. Finally, a warm scented towel allows guests to freshen up for their triumphant arrival in Vegas.

5855 West Century Boulevard
Los Angeles,

Mammoth Property Reservations shares its colony of condos to serve as plush, comfortable base camps for recreational expeditions into the joy-paved trails of Mammoth Lakes. Adventure-addicts swarm this four-season resort community to find their fix skiing, fishing, mountain biking, golfing, or defending outdoor pillow forts from scores of feral dust bunnies. Each picturesque property is homily furnished, ensuring comfort before and after encounters with wild wendigos. Purchase one Groupon for a single night in these peaceful peaks, or combine up to five for an extended engagement mining Mammoth Mountain for snow-dusted black diamonds.

17216 Saticoy Street
Los Angeles,

A non-profit venue for and supporter of avant-garde contemporary art, LACE provides an artistic outlet unfettered by the demands of commerce. In its 30-year history, the organization has opened eyeballs to the work of more than 5,000 creative minds, including artists such as Martin Kersels, Nancy Rubins, and Johanna Went. Use your friend-level membership to preview exhibitions—such as the upcoming Los Angeles Goes Live: Exploring a Social History of Performance Art in Southern California, 1970–1983, opening in October 2011—before they're open to the public, giving you a small window of time in which to observe the art before children can attempt to smear it with peanut butter. Members also receive complimentary or reduced admission to special events such as the annual winter fundraiser and the LACE 10K, a steptacular art walk that immerses culture vultures in the greatest art form of them all, physical fitness.

6522 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles,

On this night only Dianne Reeves belts it out on one of the largest, most star-strut-upon stages in Los Angeles. Orchestra-level seats place you right up front (seating is anything below the balcony section), close enough to feel all of the soulful notes roar. Reeves, a musical titan, part R&B star, part storyteller, and pure jazz from voice to toe, improvises and revises the genre's tradition, singing always her present moment's gospel. She has earned so many Grammys and other shiny accolades that she donates them to children to fill up their birthday piñatas. Her eclectic career defies simplistic labels: she sung the soundtrack to period-piece heavyweight Good Night and Good Luck, closed the 2002 winter Olympic games, and broke through a seemingly impassable cultural barrier by being the first jazz singer to perform in the Arab kingdom of Qatar. With a voice that holds more soul than purgatory, it's an evening not be missed.

5151 State University Dr
Los Angeles,