Los Angeles tours, things to do and tickets
TourHarbor offers you the best Los Angeles online tour catalog. We'll help you to choose the most attractive things to do among the broad variety of day trips.
Compare guided tours and other fun experiences. Your Los Angeles visit will impress each tourist. You will collect lasting memories of many pleasing moments of life.
Visit famous sights, attractions, museums, and hundreds of shops. From classic Hollywood to the historic Downtown Los Angeles to the stunning coastal landscapes and legendary beaches of Santa Monica and Venice Beach.
Choose from 24-hour, 48-hour and 72-hour passes, giving you the freedom and flexibility to see the city on your own schedule while enjoying the comfort and convenience of our open-air double-decker bus service, delivering incredible adventure and great value for your money.
Our network is comprised of 3 main tour routes and 4 shuttle routes, moving guests from attractions and hotels at the edges of the city back into the thick of the action.
Our system is simple – just purchase your ticket, then board our buses at any of the stops we maintain throughout the greater Los Angeles area, sit back, and soak up the sunshine on our open top bus whilst we whisk you away.
Satisfy your twisted curiosity on this revealing ride featured on E!'s 'Hollywood Death Trip' Anthony Bourdain’s 'The Layover", "Ghost Adventures", "The Girls Next Door" "Mysteries at the Museum" and more.
Your ticket includes the Dearly Departed Tours Artifact Museum where we host a bizarre assortment of items including Mae West's dentures, Celebrity Prescription Bottles, Artifacts from disasters, murders and Helter Skelter ephemera. We have items used in the actual production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Also on display is the 1966 Buick Electra in which actress Jayne Mansfield was killed, along with 2 others, in 1967.
Hollywood Sign – Griffith Park Observatory – Greek Theatre – Mount Hollywood – Downtown LA – Famous Film Locations – Forest Lawn Mausoleum – LA River – Century City – Silverlake – Hollywood History and so much more
*(Observatory is closed Mondays)