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Santa Monica and Venice 3-Hour Electric Bike Tour

1. Santa Monica and Venice 3-Hour Electric Bike Tour

Try something new on your trip to Los Angeles and ride an electric bicycle around the neighborhoods of Santa Monica and Venice. Hop on a colorful Pedego electric bicycle for a relaxing ride in the sunshine, where you can enjoy the mild warm temperatures of Los Angeles. This 3-hour active and fun bicycle ride lets you choose whether to pedal or not, and takes you to places in the city often unreachable by car or bus. From the cushy seat of your cool comfortable Pedego beach cruiser you will ride along Santa Monica’s award-winning beach to the Marion Davies Guesthouse, Under the Santa Monica Pier, and through Venice to the Venice Canals. You will be accompanied by a storytelling guide with interesting facts about the local art, architecture, and history of the area while you soak in the sun, surf, sand, and ocean breezes. The bicycle allows you to choose your own comfort level between pedaling with 6 gears, using the electric motor power which puts the power completely in your control, or both. All bikes are equipped with state of the art disc brakes. The lithium power assist will ensure that you are never far behind. This 3-hour tour operates daily and is designed for bicycle riders aged 14 years and up who appreciate the joy of riding a bicycle with a surprisingly fun added option.

Los Angeles: Best of LA Bus Tour

2. Los Angeles: Best of LA Bus Tour

Take in LA's top attractions on a guided bus tour. See the sights you want on a customized tour with plenty of photo opportunities. Take in Hollywood, Paramount Studios, the Greek Theatre, and more. Stop at Santa Monica Pier and Beach, the Original Farmers Market, and the Griffith Observatory. Meet your guide on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Climb aboard the bus and head straight to Santa Monica. On the drive, listen to entertaining stories and take in Hollywood, the Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Rodeo Drive. See views of the affluent Bel-Air neighborhood and the Getty. Next, stop at Santa Monica Pier and Beach for an hour to explore the famous boardwalk, shop along the 3rd Street Promenade, and see why Southern California is famous for its beaches. Head back to the bus to take in Culver City and Museum Row. Get insider tips on the best restaurants and museums. Then, stop for an hour's lunch break at the Grove/the Original Famers Market, known for some of LA's best dining and shopping. Once sated, climb aboard the bus to be taken to your last stop. On the way, see the sights of Fairfax, Melrose, Paramount Studios, the Greek Theatre, and Griffith Park. Stop at the Griffith Observatory for an hour, where you can take in sweeping views of the Los Angeles Basin, including Downtown Los Angeles to the southeast, Hollywood to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. Take photos of the Hollywood Sign from the best angle. As you head back to the Hollywood Walk of Fame to end your tour, see the Capitol Records Building and explore more of Hollywood Blvd.

Los Angeles: The 420 Experience Cannabis Tour

3. Los Angeles: The 420 Experience Cannabis Tour

The 420 Cannabis Experience begins at Universal Studios Hollywood, near the Burbank studio tour. After meeting your group and presenting your passports, you'll climb aboard your comfortable chartered bus. Meet the knowledgeable guide who will give you the insider's perspective on the booming legal cannabis industry in California. Although each trip caters to the personality and vibe of each group, there are a few constants expected from every tour: Visit a High-End Dispensary Start your tour with a visit to MMD, a favorite of locals for its wide variety of cannabis products. Whether you're looking for edibles, flower, dabs/wax, concentrates, CBD or any other type of cannabis, you can rest assured that MMD has what you’re looking for. Enjoy a special 10% off your entire purchase in addition to a 50% tax break from the dispensary’s owner. Experience one of SoCal’s only licensed Cannabis Grow facilities Swing by a grow house famous for creating an iconic cannabis strain known as Skywalker OG. Here, you can get up close and personal with the cultivation process to learn firsthand how cannabis is grown for sale and consumption. Be prepared to come with questions for the master grower who oversees the entire production. Witness an AMG Glass Blowing Demo Ever wonder how luxury water pipes, rigs, and other glass paraphernalia are made? The demonstration at AMG (American Made Glass) will put you front and center of all the action. Shop and Smoke in Style Your last stop on the tour will be The System, the factory warehouse for AMG where you'll receive a generous and exclusive 50% off all items made in-house. This stop also includes a perfect bake session, where you can enjoy any products bought at the dispensary or anything you’ve brought along, and build up some munchies. This tour is the perfect afternoon for both the experienced cannabis aficionado looking to explore the best of what Los Angeles has to offer and the curious out-of-town visitor looking for a unique California experience alike. Enjoy LA's most professional cannabis tour offered by true insiders eager to share their local knowledge of this booming industry.

Los Angeles: 2.5-hour Arts District Bike Tour

4. Los Angeles: 2.5-hour Arts District Bike Tour

Get an insider’s view of Los Angeles’ most vibrant downtown neighborhood on a bike tour of the Arts District alongside a local guide. Take all the pictures your phone can hold as street art and murals are the stars here. Explore the warehouse walls that international artists flock to. On this 7-mile, flat ride you'll learn about the history of the neighborhood, future development, and all about the "crews" who claim alley walls with their colorful, multidimensional street art. Visit Hauser and Wirth's museum-caliber gallery and browse works of art in this converted former flour mill. As you stop at fascinating artwork and landmarks your friendly local guide will tell you interesting facts and anecdotes about the city’s past and the people who have lived here. Finally, arrive back at the Grand Central Market. Your guide will be happy to point you in the direction of the nearest subway station or bus stop. Or feel free to ask them for local recommendations on great places to eat or drink nearby.

LA: Santa Monica & Venice Beach Bike Adventure

5. LA: Santa Monica & Venice Beach Bike Adventure

Discover what makes Santa Monica and Venice Beach such alluring beach destinations by going on a bike ride led by a tour guide. Begin your tour in Santa Monica and start pedaling your way along the iconic Santa Monica beach bike path. Get the chance to see Santa Monica Pier and Palisades Park. Marvel at the breathtaking views of the Californian coast. Make your way towards Venice Beach, most recognized as the birthplace of skateboarding. See the famous Venice Canals, the boardwalk, and Muscle Beach. Take in the architecture, sculptures, and West Coast graffiti walls that have become a source of expression for world-renowned street artists. Visit hidden treasures often missed and overlooked as your tour guide provides insightful information about the culture, communities, and history of the area.

Los Angeles: 2-Hour Beverly Hills Segway Tour

6. Los Angeles: 2-Hour Beverly Hills Segway Tour

Add a little glitz and glamour to your Los Angeles adventure and take a Segway tour of Beverly Hills. Hollywood moguls, mavens, and movie stars began moving to the upscale neighborhood in the 1920s, and today it is renowned for its chauffeured Rolls Royce limousines and incredible real estate. After a short training session on how to stay upright on the easy-to-use self-balancing vehicles, glide through arguably the most exclusive neighborhood in the entire world. There is much more to see than just the elite boutiques of Rodeo Drive. Pass diverse architecture, restaurant hot spots, and beautifully manicured gardens. Your guide will give you a brief history lesson about Beverly Hills, as you cruise down notable streets, such as Wilshire Boulevard, and stop at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel, also known as the “Pink Palace.” Snap a picture at the Beverly Hills sign, look for stars around the Beverly Hilton, and make your way down Santa Monica Boulevard for a true taste of LA's energy and lifestyle.

Los Angeles: Little Tokyo and Arts District Food Tour

7. Los Angeles: Little Tokyo and Arts District Food Tour

Join a guided walking tour of Downtown LA’s incredible food scene, from Little Tokyo to Arts District. Boasting 1 of only 3 Japantowns in the US, this area of Los Angeles is teeming with delicious dishes, beautiful public art and architecture, and rich cultural history—ready for you to explore. Visit Little Tokyo and learn about its food, art, culture, history, and more. Along the way, enjoy the view of an incredible Japanese Buddhist temple and learn how this community has managed to maintain its historic traditions as the city around it has changed over the years. Then, it’s over to LA’s Arts District to take in the eclectic street art, revitalized industrial buildings, and stop for another appetizing bite from a food truck. End the tour with a visit to a captivating art gallery.

Los Angeles: 3-Hour Secret Food Tour

8. Los Angeles: 3-Hour Secret Food Tour

Begin by taking in the fresh ocean breeze on the pier. If you're feeling saucy the first local favorite will certainly satisfy your taste buds. Next your guide will show you the famous canals all the while pointing out stunning street art, both on the main roads and weaving through the city neighborhoods. Now its time for some seafood indulging in Tuna poke. Visit Muscle Beach for street artists and performers, graffiti and more. Spend time admiring a vibe unique to the Venice Beach boardwalk and be sure to take a picture under the sign. Next eat as the Italians do. Enjoy a crostini in a historic building. Abbot Kinney's "Venice Of America" is a fun place to eat al fresco. Then enjoy donuts or churros at the neighborhood café. It's Taco Tuesday everyday at your next stop. Finally wind up on the street named for the man responsible for creating this amazing city and have a secret bite.

Los Angeles: Venice Beach Sunset Walking Tour

9. Los Angeles: Venice Beach Sunset Walking Tour

Come explore Venice Beach and the classic Southern California beach community on a guided sunset walking tour. Visit the aptly-named Muscle Beach, discover the Venice Canal District, watch the sunset with a snack and a mocktail, and marvel at the natural beauty and eclectic street art around you. Loved by locals and dreamed of by visitors, the Pacific Ocean and its sunset views are a treat for the eyes. Start the tour by following your guide to Muscle Beach. Along the way, find out about the history of surfing in the area. Learn how the surfing community birthed skateboarding in the 1970s. Then, visit the Venice Pride Flag Lifeguard Tower, the perfect spot to snap a photo. See and hear all about the various counterculture and fringe movements that have laid their foundations here, with SoCal residents fostering a mentality of inclusivity, tolerance, and respect since the mid-1900s. To conclude your tour, enjoy sunset views from a blanket on the beach, as you relax to the sound of the waves with a refreshing mocktail in your hand. It’ll be harder than you think not to turn into a beach bum when the experience is over.

Los Angeles: Downtown Historic Highlights Bike Tour

10. Los Angeles: Downtown Historic Highlights Bike Tour

Hop on your dutch style bike and head off on a historic cycle of downtown Los Angeles. Pedal past the area's top sights and hear stories of each location from your local guide. Feel like a total local on your 8-speed Pure bike, exploring downtown. Embark on a round trip tour from Grand Central Market. Begin your bike tour in front of Angel's Flight, a functioning, iconic 1901 funicular. Saddle up on your 8-speed Pure bike, and start exploring like a local. First, ride through the Historic Core's vintage Vaudeville theater district, fast becoming a shopping and nightlife spot. Next make your way through LA's more modern neighborhood of South Park to the LA Live Sports and Entertainment Complex with a stop at Crypto Arena, home of the Lakers. Ride along Figueroa St. shopping destinations, past LA's tallest skyscraper, and stop at the eery Cecil Hotel of horrors and hear the mysterious goings on. Cruise through the Civic Center to Olvera Street, the city's oldest neighborhood, now full of quaint shops and food kiosks. Next head up to Union Station and its Mission Revival splendor that was the backdrop to the 2020 Oscars Ceremony. Ride through Grand Park up to Grand Avenue with its cultural spots like the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Broad Museum. See hidden gems you'd never see from a car, bus, or a walking tour. And after a mild workout, finish up at Grand Central Market, just in time for lunch.

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4.0 / 5

based on 5 reviews

Great for anyone wanting to see as much as possible in the shortest amount of time. If you have no idea what to do in LA start with this tour. You'll have a few ideas afterwards.

Our guide, Jeff, was great! Full of fun stories and great advice! 5 hours went by fast! Would do another tour with him again!

Chad was great and funny!! Definitely got some cardio in during our trip it was worth it!

Jeff was awesome! We really enjoyed the tour and gave us enough time at each stop!

Great place with chad being an amazing tour guide for us