What to expect
There's nothing quite like the spell Los Angeles casts once the sun goes down. There are many people who say that evening is the best time to see this famous city. Hollywood Blvd. & Walk of Fame
Griffith Observatory 30 minutes
Led by expert tour guides, Starline can help you experience the evening glamour and romance of Los Angeles like never before, including:
Your journey begins with a drive through the shining heart of the city at dusk, leading you to a unique view of several historic Hollywood landmarks.
You'll cruise down the iconic Sunset Strip, the historic core of L.A.'s hip nightlife. Here, you will see iconic and infamous hot spots like Whisky-a-Go-Go, the Viper Room, Chateau Marmont, and trendy Laugh Factory and Comedy Store.
West Hollywood is a trendy area known for its high-energy nightlife. The storied Troubadour club has a rich musical history: Elton John made his U.S. debut on its stage in 1970. It’s still one the city’s best music venues.
Striking a different note, you’ll see the historical Hollywood Forever Cemetery. This cemetery was is the final act with many of Hollywood’s largest studios performers. Hundreds of favorite early Hollywood stars are buried here, including Jayne Mansfield, Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks.
You will embark on a journey to see the stunning view at the iconic Griffith Observatory, where you'll arrive at a scenic overlook with the very best views of the Los Angeles basin!
High above the city, you can see the L.A. city skyline, the Hollywood Hills, and even the city's most famous Hollywood sign for a once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunity from this spectacular vantage point.
With its sparkling city lights and shimmering avenues, Los Angeles offers a new view of the city and unmistakable air of glamour and romance after dark.
Things to look out for
Enjoy panoramic views of Hollywood’s must-see sights.
Our expert tour guides have a special knack for making tours great. From funny stories, hidden gems within the city, bits of history about landmarks, secret spots, and laughs, they are skilled at getting groups to interact and having the trip of a lifetime.
The Sunset Strip is legendary worldwide. Its allure of yesteryear…a time when it was known as the playground to old-guard Hollywood elite, and offers premier collection of boutiques, restaurants, rock clubs, nightclubs and upscale shopping.
The Griffith Observatory has become one of L.A.’s great cultural icons. Nestled in the hills, you can see just about all of Los Angeles and Hollywood Sign.
It’s stated mission is, “Inspiring everyone to observe, ponder and understand the sky.” It is truly a magical place to visit.
Do you offer parking?
The Hollywood & Highland Center, where we are located, has an underground parking structure with entrances at 1755 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 and 1754 N. Orange Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90028. There will be a sign that reads “5 Star Public Parking Hollywood & Highland.”
Rule of thumb: comfortable and versatile In Southern California, you never know what the weather will be like. For example, you might pack; 1 baseball cap and evenings cool down in LA. DON'T FORGET TO BRING: A camera. A water bottle. A long sleeve shirt or sweater.
Go to the StarLine Tours kiosk located in front of the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Blvd.
The Griffith Observatory portion is unavailable on scheduled concert nights at the Greek Theatre.