Los Angeles sites range from the whimsical to the historic, and everything in between. You can spend entire days meandering through the House of Mouse, shaking hands with your favorite characters. When you’re ready to inject some culture into your vacation, examine the carefully curated exhibits at museums in Los Angeles. No matter your interests, there is an attraction in the City of Angels with your name on it.…
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With your choice of hybrid, mountain, or road bikes, cruise though Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Bel-Air as you explore the incredible places your favorite TV and movie stars call home. Wander through the lavish gardens of Greystone Mansion to experience the luxury of 1920s affluence. Take your time to enjoy views of the Los Angeles Basin from any south-facing window in this stunning mansion.
Then, ride to the Capitol Records and snap some memorable photos with your favorite celebrity’s handprint in front of TCL Chinese Theatre. With a 24-hour rental, feel free to take a break and enjoy a delectable meal at any of the nearby restaurants. Hop back on your bicycle and see more of the beautiful area by visiting Marina Del Rey, Culver City Studios, and the Hollywood sign on your way back. Read More close
Shark Lagoon, a 10,000-square-foot (929-sq-m) outdoor exhibit features more than 150 sharks. Watch through large viewing windows as they playfully swim by, or even touch bamboo sharks as they swim in custom-built touch pools. Watch the ocean's top predator though interactive displays that are fun for all ages.
Marvel at colorful marine life—clownfish, sea turtles, and live coral—in the tropical exhibits or step into the lorikeet forest, home to more than 100 lively lorikeets. The colorful birds chirping above your head are waiting for the perfect opportunity to rest on your arm and take a sip of nectar (available for purchase as you enter the exhibit). Read More close
Stroll through Hollywood and visit movie locations and palaces. Wander along the Walk of Fame and let the history and extravagance of Hollywood wash over you. Get into character as you visit locations normally closed to the public and experience the secret refuges of the Hollywood elite.
Scan the streets for stars, the sidewalks for their footprints, and the hillside for the famous Hollywood sign. Learn the truth about Hollywood's star-studded history, hear tales about the famous Chinese Theatre footprints, and discover how movies came to town. Read More close
After you're shuttled from Anaheim to the mall, pick up your VIP savings card, full of discounts for the shops and eateries at Citadel Outlets. You also get a Citadel Outlets canvas bag, perfect for toting your new purchases as you shop. At Tommy Hilfiger, cash in a voucher for $10 off any purchase; then head to Guess to save $10 on any purchase over $50.
The Citadel Outlets offers something for everyone, whether you're shopping for kitchen goods, clothing, kids' wear, athletic gear, or work-ready accessories. Some of the brand name shops include Disney, Billabong, DC Shoes, Quiksilver, Banana Republic, Kenneth Cole, GAP, Nike, Kate Spade New York, Coach, and Zales. Read More close
Kick off your day's journey with pickup from the front door of your hotel, and then cruise by the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall and gaze at its modern, free-form steel panels. Reach Olvera Street and hop out to take a close look at the oldest corner of the city. With buildings that date back to the early 19th century, Olvera offers a clear window into the beginning of the City of Angels. Before you hop back on your comfortable coach, take some time to wander the colorful stalls and scope out hand-crafted goods at the Olvera Street Market.
Follow the spotlights to the glamorous streets of Hollywood and seize the opportunity to stroll down the star-studded Walk of Fame. Catch glimpses of the Chinese Theater and look for the red carpet outside the Dolby Theater, where film greats gather every year for the Academy Awards.
Nearby, look for the iconic bars, restaurants, and clubs that line Sunset Boulevard, and make a trip into Beverly Hills to get up-close looks at the massive mansions where big-name actors, actresses, entertainers, and musicians hang their hats. Wrap up your excursion with some high-end window shopping on Rodeo Drive, or choose to extend your day with a side trip to the movie magic mecca of Universal Studios. Read More close
Enter a magical kingdom where you can sail with pirates, explore exotic jungles, meet fairy-tale princesses, dive under the ocean, and rocket through the stars—all in the same day. Embrace world-famous classics like “it’s a small world,” the Matterhorn Bobsleds, and those beloved Disney Characters you’re never too old to hug. Then blast off into the Star Wars™ universe aboard Star Tours—The Adventures Continue. Disneyland® Park is a beloved Southern California destination where generations of families have made their Disney dreams come true.
Disney California Adventure® Park
Explore 7 exciting lands that bring to life Disney and Pixar stories and characters through amazing attractions, entertainment, and dining. Prepare to be floored at Cars Land, where the Disney•Pixar’s hit movie "Cars" comes to life. Then hop aboard a vintage red trolley—inspired by the historic 1920s Pacific Electric Railway street cars—at Buena Vista Street. Take the day—and night—to discover the awe-inspiring and unforgettable themed lands of Grizzly Peak, Paradise Pier, Pacific Wharf, "a bug's land", and Hollywood Land. Read More close
Meet your tour guide and roll underneath the iconic Hollywood sign on your way to the mega-mansions of Beverly Hills. Catch glimpses of the Beverly Hills Hotel, once frequented by renowned stars including John Wayne, Henry Fonda, and The Beatles.
Turn onto wide residential streets flanked by ivy-covered fences and robust security gates. Peek beyond the walls to see the abodes of actors like Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, and Leonardo DiCaprio. Check out the former residences of acclaimed entertainers including Michael Jackson and Marilyn Monroe, and investigate the gorgeous Spanish-style architecture, stately columns, and lush landscapes of massive mansions in Bel Air.
As you wrap up your tour, high in the hills above the City of Angels, marvel at the breathtaking views that inject value into the amazing homes that surround you. Snap a few photos of the distant skyline before hopping back in your stretch limo and returning to the city center. Read More close
Some of the attractions you can visit with your Go Los Angeles Card include:
- Universal Studios for 3, 5, & 7 day Cards (weekdays only)
- Six Flags Magic Mountain
- Legoland California
- Hollywood Movie Star Homes Tour
- Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour (adults only)
- Aquarium of the Pacific
- Kodak Theatre Guided Tour
- Pacific Park—Santa Monica Pier
- Madame Tussauds Hollywood
- Knott's Berry Farm
- Red Line tour routes
In addition to providing entrance to the above attractions, your Go Card also contains valuable insider tips, hours of operation, and additional discounts to participating partners. Read More close
Meet your group by the grand rock face of Stoney Point and gear up for some hands-on time to learn the ins and outs of climbing. Pick up the fundamentals of setting up top-rope anchors, learn how to set up safe anchor systems where the belay is at the bottom of the cliff, and practice several new knots and methods.
Complete with expert instruction and the equipment needed for natural, fixed, and pro anchors, you can learn to evaluate areas for climbing, build and remove anchors, rappel, and communicate with fellow climbers. Finish up the experience with the confidence you need to hit the rocks for yourself. Read More close
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Feel the power in your legs as you climb each hill to find the entertainment capital's most famous landmarks. Zoom past Nickelodeon Studios or Capitol Records. Compare your hand to your favorite celebrity's hand print in front of TCL Chinese Theatre or shop at The Grove and Melrose Avenue. You also glide by the Capitol Records Building, CBS Studios, and the Dolby Theater, where they Oscars are held.
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Head to either Ripley's or Madame Tussauds to redeem your pass, then spend the afternoon exploring these famed museums. Marvel at the bizarre and extraordinary at Ripley's Believe It or Not!, an "odditorium" featuring countless other-worldly attractions that challenge the mind. Next, prepare to have your photo taken with life-like wax versions of all your favorite celebrities at Madame Tussauds, a quintessential Hollywood museum.
Continue the fun with your choice of either a tour of the historic TCL Chinese Theatre, or a Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes experience from Red Line Tours. Finally, keep the excitement going with a choice of a Movie Stars' Homes Tour from Starline, or a Multilingual City Tour that covers all the hot spots. Your pass is good for 30 days from activation, so you have plenty of time to explore at your own pace without missing a thing. Read More close
- Guitar Center Rock Walk
- Chateau Marmont
- Sunset Strip
- Beverly Hills (near Rodeo Drive)
- Farmer's Market and The Grove
- Chinese Theater
- Universal City CityWalk
- Hilton Universal
- Sheraton Universal
- Hollywood Bowl
- Westside Pavilion
- Venice Boardwalk
- Santa Monica Pier
- 3rd Street Promenade
- Brentwood Country Mart
- Grand Central Market
- Jewelry District and Fashion District
- Grammy Museum/LA Live/Nokia Theatre
- Walt Disney Concert Hall
- Fisherman's Village (Marina del Rey)
- Waterside Shopping (Fiji Way)
- Century Boulevard/Concourse Way
- Radisson (Century Boulevard)
- Lincoln Boulevard/Manchester Avenue
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Arrive at iFLY and get geared up, stepping into your flight suit, strapping on your helmet, and adjusting your protective goggles to fit. An experienced and accredited instructor leads you in an introductory training session so you can get the most out of your adventure, and then it’s time to step into the flight chamber.
The instructor accompanies you inside so they can offer tips and pointers as you fly, and you’re lifted off your feet as the chamber fills with rushing wind. Hover above the ground, spin through the air, and feel the thrill before touching back down on solid ground, catching your breath, and doing it all over again. Read More close
Begin your day of adventure at GhostRider®, one of the longest and tallest wooden roller coasters in the world. Perched 118 feet (36 m) high above historic Ghost Town, hang on tight as your mining car twists, drops, dips, and turns on this hair-raising ride.
Then head over to Knott’s first suspended roller coaster—the Silver Bullet®. Find yourself upside down 6 times and reaching speeds of 55 miles per hour (89 km/h) as you spiral, corkscrew, and fly into a cobra roll.
Next, visit Supreme Scream®, where you're lifted a staggering 252 feet (77 m) into the air and dropped straight down for 3 seconds of pure heart-stopping adrenaline.
For a change of pace, take the little ones over to Camp Snoopy—packed with dozens of kid-sized adventures. Home to the PEANUTS gang, watch a performance in Camp Snoopy Theater® or lay on Linus’ blanket at Linus Launcher® while Snoopy grabs the blanket and launches you 10 feet (3 m) in the air.
If you choose to purchase the combination ticket, make your way to Knott's Soak City Water Park next door where you can cool off in the 750,000-gallon wave pool or slip down the 17 speed, tube, and body slides. Read More close
This summer, immerse yourself in the one-of-a-kind interactive entertainment experience, Ghost Town Alive! This limited-time celebration allows you to feel as if you live in the Old West. Choose to be a local hero, or pledge your allegiance to the town’s notorious bandits. Next, go for a ride on GhostRider®, the longest, fastest and tallest wooden roller coaster on the West Coast. Once you're back on solid ground, enjoy a delicious meal at Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant, which has just been completely refurbished.
After lunch, head over to Knott’s first suspended roller coaster—the Silver Bullet®. Find yourself upside down 6 times and reaching speeds of 55 miles per hour (89 km/h) as you spiral, corkscrew, and fly into a cobra roll. Next, visit Supreme Scream®, where you're lifted a staggering 252 feet (77 m) into the air and dropped straight down for 3 seconds of pure heart-stopping adrenaline.
For a change of pace, take the little ones over to Camp Snoopy—home to the Peanuts gang and packed with dozens of kid-sized adventures. Watch a performance in Camp Snoopy Theater® or lay on Linus’ blanket at Linus Launcher® while Snoopy grabs the blanket and launches you 10 feet (3 m) in the air. Read More close
Take a comfortable ride from your hotel to Knott's Berry Farm, one of southern California's premier theme parks. Marvel at the architecturally interesting roller coaster known as GhostRider® and head straight for the longest wooden roller coaster on the west coast, perched 118 feet (36 m) high above the entertaining and informative Old West Ghost Town® area. Scream your lungs out on this twisting and turning ride and then, if you're up for it, try Knott’s hair-raising suspended roller coaster—the Silver Bullet®.
A visit to Supreme Scream® has you clutching the sides of the carriage as you feel the force of dropping down from a soaring 252 feet (77 m) in the air, plummeting for 3 electrifying seconds before landing safely on the ground.
With 5 themed areas to enjoy, Knott's Berry Farm has something for everyone, including Camp Snoopy—an area made for kid-friendly excitement. Chill out here and play with the Peanuts gang before watching an enjoyable performance in the Camp Snoopy Theater®. After a long day spent at one of the most popular amusement parks in North America, journey back to your hotel for a relaxing evening. Read More close
Start your day at the popular Old Man Falls. Built for speed seekers, lie on your back and drop an exhilarating 63 feet (19 m) down a slippery and wet slide.
Then head over to the 750,000-gallon (2,839,058-l) Tidal Wave Bay to catch the best waves in town. Relax in the sun when the waves are calm and feel the excitement of the churning tide when the water begins to erupt.
Next, play at the 3-story Toyota Beach House which features 200 water guns, nozzles, and sprayers or simply float peacefully along the 1780 feet (542 m) winding Sunset River—one of the longest water park lazy rivers in the world.
For a change of pace, lead your pint-sized surfers to Gremmie Lagoon, a hands-on water playground complete with giant-sized turtles, crabs, and a mischievous submarine-swallowing octopus.
If you choose to purchase the combination ticket, dry yourself off and make your way over to Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park next door to enjoy more than 165 world-class rides, live shows, and attractions. Read More close
Inside the Museum, scope out fossils from prehistoric creatures like mammoths, saber-toothed cats, dire wolves, ground sloths, and more. As you roam between exhibits, imagine Los Angeles during the Ice Age and get the chance to watch paleontologists working in the Fossil Lab on their most recent finds.
Find out how massive beasts might have ended up in the sticky tar and be sure to reserve a spot on the Excavator Tour, which offers a guided look at the history of the La Brea Tar Pits, the Fossil Lab, the Observation Pit, and Project 23, where you can see excavators unearthing new fossils that help unlock the mysteries of prehistoric Los Angeles. Read More close
Up next are LA’s world-famous beach towns of Santa Monica, Venice & Marina Del Rey. Not stopping at that, you’ll bike through Culver City for a bike-by of the historic movie studios that put the City of Angels on the world map. There is time to rest with several breaks, including lunch on the beach and several walking tours along the way.
This 32-mile, 6-hour excursion, which lets you enjoy the very best of LA leaving no sight unseen is definitely worthy of “bucket list” inclusion. Read More close
Check out mighty naval ships with up-close looks at the USS Iowa—a battleship that served time in WWII, the Korean War, and the Cold War—and the SS Lane Victory—a former merchant marine cruiser that crisscrossed the Pacific Ocean delivering supplies. Or, investigate the towering masts and wind-whipped sails of classic wooden tall ships at the Los Angeles Maritime Institute.
Continue your exploration of America’s armed forces with stops at the Drum Barracks Civil War Museum and Fort MacArthur, used as barracks and fortifications during World War I. Nearby, gaze at the stunning architecture at the Point Fermin lighthouse and the Greek Revival-styles prominently featured in the Banning House, built in 1863.
Get a few final stamps in your passport as you uncover bits of local history in the exhibits on commercial diving and fishing at the Los Angeles Maritime Museum. Make a final stop to greet the adorable sea creatures and colorful plant life on display at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium. Read More close
Visit movie stars, television stars, athletes, entertainers, directors, and Hollywood icons as you explore all the museum has to offer. This is a great way to get pictures without velvet ropes or bodyguards between you and your favorite stars.
Cozy up to Denzel Washington, hang with Snoop Dogg, dance with Audrey Hepburn, battle Hugh Jackman as the Wolverine, or do an ollie with Tony Hawk. With more than 100 stars and icons, you're sure to see some of your favorites. There are plenty of photo opportunities as you get up close with celebrities in this interactive wax museum.
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Journey through an epic evolutionary story that spans 65 million years as you investigate 240 specimens—including skeletons from mastodons and whales—and animal dioramas from North America, Africa, and more. See more than 2,000 spectacular specimens displayed in the Gem and Mineral Hall and enter into the vault to view diamonds, rubies, sapphires, gold, and other exquisite gems.
Find out how LA went from a tiny pueblo to a sprawling metropolis in the Becoming Los Angeles exhibit, and take a stroll past native plant species in the Nature Gardens, where kids and adults can take a closer look at how things grow in the Get Dirty Zone. Before you leave, don’t forget to scope out L. A. creatures scurrying about the Nature Lab, and try your hand at interactive touchscreens that let you explore stories about Los Angeles’ plants and animals. Read More close
From the lavish interior of your private limousine, gaze out tinted windows as you cruise down the palm tree-lined avenues and wide, bustling boulevards of Beverly Hills. Check out views of the iconic Hollywood sign and enjoy a stop at the Walk of Fame, snapping photos of the bronze stars that pay tribute to the industry’s biggest names.
Admire the ornate façade of the illustrious Chinese Theatre and imagine your favorite stars walking down the red carpet on their way to a new movie premiere. Nearby, cruise down the Sunset Strip’s collection of infamous theaters, bars, restaurants, clubs, and hotels. Take a break and grab some lunch before cruising down Wilshire Boulevard, past the La Brea Tar Pits, and into the luxury boutiques and high-end shops of Rodeo Drive and the Golden Triangle.
After you find out where the rich and famous shop, drive into the hills to see where they live. Sneak peeks at the sprawling estates and mega-mansions of renowned performers and entertainers before you wrap up your excursion at the Griffith Observatory. Perched on the steep slopes above LA, savor views of downtown from your lofty viewpoint before heading back to the city center. Read More close
Climb into your spacious Hummer limo and head toward Hollywood, catching glimpses of the iconic sign along the way. Listen to your experienced guide share stories about the neighborhood’s fascinating past as you make stops at the Chinese Theatre and stroll over the bronze stars of the Walk of Fame.
Kick back as you roll down the Sunset Strip toward the swaying palm tree-lined lanes of Beverly Hills, home to celebrities past and present, including Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, and Jennifer Aniston. Find out where the rich and famous spend their money on nearby Rodeo Drive, where high-end boutiques like Armani, Gucci, and Dior sell the latest fashions.
Before your day ends, cruise down Wilshire Boulevard, past the bubbling La Brea Tar Pits, and make your way into the hills above Los Angeles. At the top, reach the Griffith Observatory and admire stunning views from the wide balcony perched on the steep slopes beneath the building’s dramatic dome. Read More close
Climb into a private tour van for the ride toward downtown LA. Kick back as you roll down Olvera Street, a popular Mexican marketplace, and listen as your experienced guide shares stories from the radical changes that marked the city's history and culture from its humble beginnings up to the modern day.
Next, see impressive structures such as the Convention Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Nokia Theatre, and the largest music-themed attraction in Los Angeles, the Grammy Museum. Once you've snapped some wonderful photos, continue cruising along the famous Grand Central Market and past the Los Angeles Times Building.
Make your way to the financial district to admire the towering architecture of the iconic City Hall before your day comes to an end. Read More close
Hop aboard a comfortable tour van and head into bustling streets bursting with silver-screen legends. See the ornate façade of the Chinese Theatre, where big-budget films often make their debut, and roll by the Hollywood Walk of Fame, catching glimpses of the bronze stars that pay tribute to big name actors, actresses, and entertainers. As you ride, listen to your experienced guide as they share fascinating anecdotes about Hollywood’s storied past.
Check out legendary local hangouts like Whiskey a Go Go, the Viper Room, and the Chateau Marmont Hotel, where famous filmmakers and writers like Hunter S. Thompson, Sofia Coppola, Tim Burton, and F. Scott Fitzgerald have sought creative refuge.
Leave the searchlights of Hollywood behind and head down Wilshire Boulevard, taking in the sights of the Miracle Mile—home to famous museums like the Peterson Auto Museum—and snapping photos of the black, burbling cauldrons of the La Brea Tar Pits. In nearby Beverly Hills, find out where your favorite big-name celebrities hang their hats as you wrap up your tour with sneak peeks at their sprawling estates and monstrous mansions. Read More close
Hop aboard a comfortable tour van and set off into bustling streets that abound with silver-screen legends. Along the way, see the iconic Hollywood sign on a hill before stopping outside the Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, where big-budget films often make their debut.
Next, drive past the Hollywood Walk of Fame for a look at the 15 blocks of bronze stars embedded in the sidewalk to pay tribute to big-name actors, actresses, and entertainers. Along the way, listen to your experienced guide for fascinating insight into Hollywood's storied past.
Check out legendary local hangouts like Whiskey a Go Go, where bands like Mötley Crüe and Guns N' Roses climbed to fame in their music careers, as well as the Viper Room and the Chateau Marmont, a hotel well-known as a creative haven among filmmakers and writers like Hunter S. Thompson, Tim Burton, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Wrap up your tour with a drive along the shopping districts of Rodeo Drive and The Golden Triangle, and take a peek at the sprawling estates and monstrous mansions of big-name celebrities. Read More close
Your VIP treatment begins with complimentary valet parking. Pick up your Shopping & Dining Visitor Rewards Book, which is full of vouchers worth $500 in savings, as well as a $20 restaurant gift card, and tote your purchases in style with a Santa Monica Place souvenir bag.
After a day spent cruising shops like Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Huge Boss, 7 For All Mankind, All Saints Spitalfiends, Barney's CO-OP, Joe's Jeans, and Tiffany & Co. , stop-by the concierge to check your packages so you can explore the city without lugging your purchases around. Stop for a drink or a bit to eat at the rooftop dining deck, taking in ocean and city views as you dive into the delicious fare at eateries like Blue Stove, La Sandia, M. A. K. E. Raw Cuisine, Pizza Antica, Sonoma Wine Garden, Redwood Grill, True Food Kitchen, and Zengo. Read More close
Your VIP treatment begins with valet parking at Santa Monica Place. Pick up your Shopping and Dining Visitor Reward Booklet, which is full of vouchers for over $500 in savings. If you need a snack during your day of shopping, grab a refreshing gelato or frozen yogurt. Carry your purchases in a souvenir Santa Monica Place tote bag. You can also enjoy concierge services, including package check, package carryout assistance, wheelchairs, hotel and transportation assistance, help with restaurant reservations, and information on local events and activities.
Santa Monica Place offers something for everyone, with world-class retailers like a Bloomingdale's SoHo concept store, Nordstrom, CB2, and Nike. It also has an indoor and outdoor foot court as well as The Market, a unique collection of local shops and artisanal eateries.
Once you've hit all the shops on your list, go out to enjoy the SoCal sunshine and scenery. Spend a few hours pedaling along the shore with a Beach Cruiser bike rental from Perry's Bike Shop. Then make your way down to the Santa Monica Pier, where your pass is good for unlimited rides at Pacific Park on the Ferris Wheel, Pirate Ship, rollercoasters, and more. Read More close
Your VIP treatment begins with valet parking at Santa Monica Place. Pick up your Shopping and Dining Visitor Reward Booklet, which is full of vouchers good for over $500 in savings. Head to Ben Bridge for a ring cleaning, and tote your purchases in style with a Tory Burch canvas logo bag. You can also enjoy concierge services, including package check, package carryout assistance, wheelchairs, hotel and transportation assistance, help with restaurant reservations, and information on local events and activities.
After a full day spent cruising shops like Bloomingdale's SoHo concept store, Nordstrom, CB2, and Nike, take a seat at Venokado Wine & Gifts to sip on a wine flight and enjoy a delicious cheese platter. You can also luxuriate at Tikkum Holistic Spa, where you have full use of spa amenities like traditional saunas, infrared saunas, an ice room, and a purifying Himalayan salt room. Read More close
Depart from Starline Santa Monica Terminal or your Los Angeles hotel and enjoy a comfortable drive to one of the world's premier theme parks. After arriving at the Valencia location, marvel at the curving rollercoaster tracks towering over the 262-acre (106-ha) theme park. Let loose and head straight to breathtaking rollercoasters such as Batman: The Ride, The Riddler’s Revenge, and Superman: Escape from Krypton. If you're up for it, give one of the tallest drop rides on the planet—Lex Luthor: Drop of Doom!—a go.
With several fun themed areas, there's something for everyone. The kids can race their friends on a Cyclone 500 go-kart, ride on the mini coaster—appropriately-named Speedy Gonzales Hot Rod Racers—or slip and slide on the white-water Roaring Rapids. If rides aren't your thing, chill out in the entertainment and shopping district, with a chance to meet all your favorite cartoon characters from the Justice League and Looney Tunes. After a full day of excitement, journey back to the city center for a relaxing evening. Read More close
After a quick safety debriefing, a driver is ready to show you the brand new exclusive 1. 2 mile racetrack, designed with 8 turns and featuring a 1,600 ft. straight. Grip the passenger-side handle and hang on as your driver gives you a test run of the track in a brand new Porsche Cayenne. Listen closely to vital tips that help you during your solo drive.
Start your engine, grip the wheel, and test the limits of speed and sound in your choice of the following supercars: Ferrari, Lamborghini Gallardo, Audi R8 V10, or Nissan GT-R. Continued 1-on-1 coaching will be given to help you improve your technique with every lap.
Prefer to leave the driving to the adrenaline junkies? Family and friends are welcome to snap photos of courageous loved ones from secure areas near the track.
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As you wander the decks of the Queen Mary, quickly discover why this legendary ship was popular among the elite for transatlantic travel. From bow to stern, its immaculate design is a testament to how quality stands the test of time. Its authentic interior and original artwork have been lovingly restored.
Make sure to join one of the guided tours available throughout the day to learn the Queen Mary's darkest secrets and find out why she is also known as "The Haunted Ship. " Vivid storytelling and special effects transport you to a world of mystery, where you get to relive tales of ghost sightings, paranormal activity, and even disastrous accidents. You might even catch a glimpse of "The Lady in White," a ghost said to reside onboard. Read More close
Step back in time to 1912 and explore more than 250 exhibits, artifacts, and full-scale reproductions of ship locations. Go on a chronological journey through the life of the Titanic from its construction to life aboard and the disaster in April 1912. Entertaining actors in authentic period costumes serve as your guides as they portray passengers and deliver accounts of the ship's maiden—and final—voyage.
With your guides portraying notable Titanic crew members and passengers, such as Captain Smith and Margaret Brown, you hear stories of those who traveled aboard the most infamous ship in history. As you tour the museum, experience all the allure and spectacle of this doomed ship that still lies in the depths of the Atlantic. Read More close
Start in the glittering streets of Tinseltown aboard comfortable and private transportation. Cruise down Rodeo Drive and check out the luxury boutiques and shops where the rich and famous do their shopping. Stop and snap photos in front of the ornate pagoda-style Chinese Theater, and browse the bronze stars of famous entertainers on the Walk of Fame. Along the way, enjoy the energetic narrative of your experienced guide as they tell you stories about Hollywood’s glamorous past.
With the Hollywood sign at your back, head toward the water for a scenic tour of LA’s vibrant ocean-side communities. Check out the muscle builders pumping iron at Venice Beach, and stroll between the colorful stalls and kid-friendly rides of Santa Monica’s iconic pier. Finish the day with a relaxing visit to the sugary sands of Malibu, where million-dollar homes crowd the winding coastline, to get breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Read More close
Launched on February 24th, 1943, the USS Iowa was immediately put into service as a powerful gunship in the Pacific Ocean. Walk beneath the barrels of its now-silent 50-caliber guns and imagine the massive shells they once fired.
Step inside the maze-like interior to get glimpses of what life was like for sailors who manned this mighty battleship. Check out the captain’s chair and admire views out over the ship’s deck, hear about trips made by former presidents, and see the legacies of their visits—including the bathtub that was installed specifically for President Franklin D. Roosevelt for his voyage to the Tehran Conferences.
Every new deck and room beckons you to dive into its immersive exhibits and intriguing tales. And, with VIP treatment for veterans, as well as kid-friendly activities onboard, it’s the perfect way to spend a day with the family. Read More close
After convenient pickup, journey to the breathtaking San Diego Bay, just beyond the skyscrapers of downtown, where the USS Midway sits. Snap some photos of yourself outside the historic vessel, then it's time to climb aboard America's longest-serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century.
As you walk around, truly understand what it would have been like to be on a naval ship in 1945 by exploring the sleeping quarters, engine room, galley, bridge, and brig of the museum. Learn more about America's involvement in the Cold War with a self-guided audio tour narrated by former Midway sailors explaining each of the 60 exhibits.
Spend as much or as little time as you like inside the museum, making sure to grab a souvenir at the Jet Shop before you head out. Take time to venture down the nearby streets of downtown San Diego before heading back to the Midway pick-up point for the return ride back to your hotel.
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