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2. Starline Tours Of Hollywood

Address : 6925 Hollywood Blvd Chinese Theatre Forecourt Hollywood, CA

Phone : (323) 463-3333

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About Starline Tours Of Hollywood From Management Website

STARLINE TOURS is the oldest and largest sightseeing tour company in Los Angeles offering Hollywood Tours, Los Angeles Tours and celebrity tours of homes. Having pioneered the famous Movie Stars Homes Tour in 1935 - makes this Starline Tours' 75th anniversary.
Starline offers a full range of sightseeing tours, with Hollywood Tours and Los Angeles Tours including the Grand City Tour of L.A. and the Hop-on, Hop-off Double Decker City Tour from Downtown Los Angeles to the beaches of Santa Monica and tours to major attractions including Universal Studios, Disneyland, J.Paul Getty Center, Knott's Berry Farm, Sea World, and many others!
Starline Tours picks up and drops off from most hotels in the greater Los Angeles area. Starline's Los Angeles tours and Hollywood tours are fully commented by professional guides, in comfortable air conditioned coaches or mini-buses. Starline Tours has locations throughout Hollywood, with its main terminal at Grauman's Chinese Theatre at 6925 Hollywood Blvd and a sales office on Santa Monica Pier, starting point of the new Malibu Stars' Homes Tour.

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3. La Brea Tar Pits

Address : 5801 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles

Phone : (323) 934-7243

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ABOUT La Brea Tar Pits  From Management Website

 

Hours & Admissions:

- Open 9:30 am to 5:00 pm Daily

- Admission is free on the first Tuesday of each month. (Admisión gratis el primer Martes de cada mes)

- The museum is closed on Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.

Please call (323) 934-PAGE for information about special extended holiday hours or closures.

 

Admission Prices:

Adults: $7.00
Seniors 62 and older and Students with I.D.: $4.50

Youths 13-17 years old: $4.50
Children 5-12 years old: $2.00
Members and Children under 5: Free

 


Museum Parking:

The Museum's parking lot is located at the corner of Curson Ave and 6th St, directly behind the museum (enter from the western side of Curson Ave).

Monday - Friday
$1.50 per 20 minutes to a maximum of $9.00 (or $7.00 with Museum validation)

Saturday, Sunday and Holidays:
$7.00 flat rate

Be sure to bring your parking ticket into the museum to receive your validation.

 

Important Note About Parking:

If you choose street parking over the museum lot, please read all parking signs carefully, as restrictions apply.  Most importantly, DO NOT PARK ALONG WILSHIRE BOULEVARD between the hours of 7-9am and 4-7pm (Monday - Friday) or your car will be ticketed and towed.  This applies even if you are parked at a meter.

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Voted by YAHglobal.Com as one of the best "Not So Typical Activities And Attractions In L.A.". See the reason below:

 

Tens of thousands of years ago the La Brea Tar Pits formed in what is now the geographic heart of Los Angeles. These tar pits served as one big venus fly trap to the region in that it would find itself covered in water and assorted debris, disguising its true appearance and "luring" in all sorts of prehistoric mammals seeking a refreshing drink from what they assumed to be a lake or pond. Instead, they would often fall in and sink to their demise deep into the tar below. In an ironic turn, predators of these same animals would come to prey on the slowly sinking appetizers only to become victims themselves. This ill fate would work to our entertaining benefit (a common human side effect) in that the well preserved, browned and blackened (from the tar seepage) fossilized bones of the likes of mammoths, saber-toothed tigers, giant sloths, dire wolves and even an American Lion were recovered and placed on display at the on-site George C. Page Museum. Outside in Hancock Park, prehistoric scenes are recreated at the various tar pits for the public with replica mammals placed in a variety of stills and hazardous poses made for photography.

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4. Hustler Casino

Address : 1000 W Redondo Beach Blvd Gardena, CA

Phone : (310) 719-9800

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5. The Strand, Manhattan Beach Stretch

Address : Manhattan Beach

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6. Star Surf

Address : 1800 Ocean Ave Santa Monica, CA

Phone : (818) 421-3481

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7. Ballona Creek

Address : Culver City, CA

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8. Marina Del Rey Sportfishing

Address : 13759 Fiji Way Marina Del Rey, CA

Phone : (310) 822-3625

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9. Commerce Casino

Address : 6131 Telegraph Rd Los Angeles, CA

Phone : (323) 721-2100

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10. The Bicycle Casino

Address : 7301 Eastern Ave Bell Gardens, CA

Phone : (562) 806-4646

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