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Walk of Fame & Chines Theatre Tour

Visit two of Hollywood’s most iconic and memorable sites on your L.A. The Walk of Fame and Chinese Theatre Tour! Pay homage to your favorite celebrities and visit 2 of the most recognized spots that honour celebrities who have truly carved out their own space in the industry. See the 2600 stars along Hollywood Boulevard and beyond on the Walk of Fame. Take in celebrity handprints and footprints on the cement on the forecourt of the Chinese Theatre (known as the TCL Chinese Theatre). Learn the history of the iconic cinema palace on a TCL Theater guided tour and explore the location of star-powered red carpet events in Hollywood. Search for the stars of your favourite celebrities and take selfies galore at the walk of Fame. Book tours with expert guides and see the best of Los Angeles by booking on isango! and grabbing the best deals and discounts!


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Our tips for Walk of Fame and Chinese Theatre

  • The ideal time to see the Walk of Fame and the Chinese Theatre is early in the morning. Since both are tourist hotspots; they can get very crowded during the day.
  • When in Hollywood, make sure you walk to Beechwood Drive and get a clearer view of the big Hollywood sign. Your Hollywood experience just isn’t complete till you’ve snapped a selfie with the iconic sign in the background.
  • Be prepared to ward off droves of tour agents trying to sell you overpriced Hollywood packages.
  • As you go searching for the stars of your favourite celebrities, keep a watchful eye as the homeless line the walks and sleep in the recessed windows and doorways of the buildings. 

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Best time to visit
  • You can visit the 2 iconic attractions throughout the year. However, the months of March to May, mid-September, and November are especially recommended as the weather is pleasant and crowds are friendly.
  • Wondering what time of the day is the best for a visit? Both attractions are best visited early in the morning if you want to avoid hordes of camera-wielding tourists. Another reason to visit early is to get parking as parking space is limited.
Getting there
  • You could either take the bus or the subway (B line, Red) to Hollywood Boulevard.
  • If you’re looking at a whole day of sightseeing, you could also consider renting a car.
  • To ensure a hassle-free Los Angeles sightseeing experience, you could also opt for a The Walk of Fame and Chinese Theatre guided tour package with transfers included in the package. Check out the tours on isango! and pre-book one that’s just right for you!
Money saving tips
  • Looking to save money? Keep your eyes peeled for great offers and discounts. Plan in advance and book your package accordingly. Last-minute booking always comes with a steeper price tag.
  • You could also book saver combos on isango! that shows you the best of Hollywood at best value prices.
Did you know?

The stars on the Walk of Fame are spaced 6 feet apart, so they’re perfect markers for social distancing.

  • The Walk of Fame originally had only 4 categories: Motion Pictures, Television, Recording or Music, and Radio. The 5th category, Theatre/Live Performance, was added in 1984.
  • The TCL Chinese Theatre has the biggest IMAX auditorium in the world.
  • There are nearly 200 handprints, footprints, and autographs in the Forecourt of the Stars at the Chinese Theatre. The most famous one is Marilyn Monroe’s. It is slightly darker than the other handprints as so many people have placed their hands there. 

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