8.5 Hours | See and experience all the things that Walt Disney did in LA & Hollywood on this unique sightseeing tour!
Southern California was Home to Walter Elias Disney for over 40 years. From Los Feliz to Griffith Park, from Burbank to his final resting spot in Glendale, The Walt Tour takes you and a small number of guests (up to 7) to the places he worked, lived and enjoyed with his family, friends and co-workers. From his homes to his first Studio in his Uncle Roberts Barn to his first Store Front (Disney Brothers Studio), this tour is the complete experience that covers Walts’ places around Southern California. Included is Lunch at his favorite Restaurant, the Tam O’Shanter where there is still a table with a plaque where he ate lunch almost every day. Learn more about our stops below.
Please note that tourists must be 12 years or older to participate in the Walt Tour.
Saved from demolition, Walt’s first studio in Southern California was behind his Uncle’s home.
We’ll see Walt Disneys’ Star along Hollywood Blvd and other memorable places including the Pantages Theater.
We’ll go up into the Hollywood Hills to get the closest view of the Hollywood sign.
Walt’s work day started in the barn, then moved to the small storefront, then on to Hyperion Studios and finally, to this Grand Studio in Burbank. Although we can’t go inside (yet), we have a photo stop.
Sit where Walt sat as he watched his daughters ride this amazing piece of history. There are still photos of Walt here, where he dreamed of a place where parents and children could play, together.
See Walt’s’ Table and sit in the same room where he ate lunch almost every day in the historic Tam O’Shanter! Your lunch at the Tam O’Shanter Restaurant is covered, up to $25 per person!
A very special opportunity to pay our respects to Walt and his family, who gave so much to mankind (when we wrote that sentence – it really hit us… he wasn’t just a man who gave to his city or state or even Country – Mr Disney is truly a Citizen of the Entire World who impacted and continues to impact lives). An amazing opportunity to have a few quiet moments in a truly beautiful Memorial Park.
We know Walt never saw this building in person and may never have dreamed that such a Grand Building would bare his name but, it truly is a Grand Ediface and we’d like you to have the chance for a photo so, we’ll make a quick stop here!
An amazing Hotel that still stands and celebrates the history of Hollywood!