Explore the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Universal Studios and other Hollywood attractions while learning a bit of Tinseltown history with our Hollywood tour
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Local Hollywood historian Philip Mershon’s entire tour of Hollywood takes place within a quarter-mile radius of Sunset Blvd and Gower St and makes no mention of the Walk of Fame or the Hollywood Sign. Yet by the end of the tour, you’ll have visited the origin of nearly all the major Hollywood studios and their immortal works of pop culture. While a number of the buildings on the tour are deteriorating, demolished or repurposed, Mershon manages to conjure up a vivid recreation of everything from the first picture studio to the ascendancy of the original Columbia and Warner Bros backlots with nothing but a few old photos and his voice. Put simply, the nostalgia can be overwhelming. Those looking to check off attractions on a checklist will inevitably walk away disappointed. But for everyone else, it’s possibly the only tour in Hollywood that offers a meaningful and engaging connection with the history of the entertainment industry and the Hollywood of yesterday.
From the famous Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights to the first tortilla factory in LA, this unique food tour will take you to some of the most lively spots in East LA. Travel by foot and metro to get to the food-tasting and cultural hotspots showcasing the lively Latin-American spirit. Salud!