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Sunrise Tour

Best morning views of The Hollywood Sign, Griffith Observatory, & the LA Skyline! Includes breakfast!

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Drive into the Sunrise!

Per Person
$140

A Perfect Start to an LA Day!!

Seize the day! You can sleep in any other time, but today, WAKE UP and experience the most inspiring Los Angeles events all in one tour!

First, drive your Scoot in darkness under the moonlit sky through Griffith Park, one of the most expansive urban parks in the entire country. Then scoot up to the most scenic overlook just outside of historic Hollywoodland. You will have plenty of time to see the Griffith Observatory up close, take pictures and learn some interesting LA history. Once you’ve explored, time to relax and enjoy breakfast as you take in the best views of The Hollywood Sign. The highlight of your tour will be watching the stunning sun rise over the sleeping Los Angeles city skyline. Seeing the sun light up the iconic Hollywood Sign is a sight you’ll never forget! After breakfast, time to hop back in your cartoon-like car and drive down windy mountain roads in the daylight to go explore the cages of an abandoned zoo. This tour finishes with even more driving in the fun mini-cars back to the starting point where you still have your entire day ahead of you.

This is by far the most dynamic and magical experience in all of LA!

Highlights:

  • Driving in the dark!
  • Beautiful sunrise views of the Los Angeles Skyline
  • See and take pictures in front of The Hollywood Sign!
  • Visit the famous Griffith Observatory that’s been featured in TV shows and movies such as Terminator, La La Land, Charlie’s Angels, Jurassic Park, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, The Amazing Race, and so many more!
  • See the Greek Theater
  • Explore ruins of LAs oldest zoo
  • Drive on windy mountain roads
  • Enjoy a yummy continental breakfast

Price:

  • $140 per person (2 people per car)

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More Information:

*Views of The Hollywood Sign and downtown Los Angeles are weather dependent. This tour does not go inside Griffith Observatory as it is closed during this time.