Hollywood Food
     & Alcohol Walking Tour
     by Sweet Treats Walking
    Food Tours.

$69.00 per ticket.    Up to 30% off with    

    Best Tours to Take in Hollywood, Ca.

1. Hollywood Food & Alcohol Walking Tour

    Hypeexperience review-
    Fun Walking Tour / Top Tourist Attractions


What a wonderful experience we had thanks to Hype! If you want to explore Hollywood then this tour is for you! It is literally in the thick of it all, right on Hollywood Blvd where everything is happening. The atmosphere is fast-paced and crowded, plenty of shops and street vendors selling different kinds of food and accessories.

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2. The Getty Center
    1200 Getty Center Drive,
    Los Angeles, Ca. 90049

On a hilltop in the Santa Monica Mountains, the Getty Center, designed by Richard Meier, is a huge complex measuring 0.75 square miles and set on 110 acres. The uniquely designed building and the beautiful grounds provide the perfect setting for this impressive museum. Collections include European paintings, drawings, sculpture, and decorative arts, as well as 19th- and 20th-century photography. The Getty Center is one of two locations of the J. Paul Getty Museum, created by the late oil magnate, J. Paul Getty.

3. Los Angeles: 1-Hour Flight for 2 Persons
    Hollywood Sign
    3000 Canyon Lake Drive, 
    Hollywood, Ca. 90068


Los Angeles is one of the most scenic cities from up above; that’s partly because it packs too much posh into a single area than you will probably get anywhere.
This one-hour aerial tour for two lets you soak in the breathtaking wonders of LA, including the Hollywood Sign, Beverly Hills, Dodger Stadium, Sunset Boulevard, and Griffith Observatory.
The flight also promises million-dollar views of Santa Monica and the exquisite beaches of southern California.
What’s more, enjoy a brief stint as a pilot by getting the chance to take the controls.


4. La Brea Tar Pits & Page Museum
    5801 Wilshire Blvd 
    Los Angeles, CA 90036


A pool of black tar in the middle of a green city park is an unexpected sight in Los Angeles, but the famous La Brea Tar Pits have provided a treasure trove of archeological finds for the nearby George C. Page Museum. Excavations of the prehistoric site have resulted in one of the largest collections of Ice Age fossils in the world. The oldest of the approximately 100 tons of bones hauled out of the pits date back 38,000 years. Complete skeletons of animals like saber-toothed cats, dire wolves and mastodons are on display in the museum. In the Paleontology Laboratory, visitors can watch scientists working on the latest finds