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Dolby Theatre (Kodak Theatre)

Renamed in 2012 when sponsor Eastman Kodak filed for bankruptcy, this 180,000-square-foot, 3,400-seat theater now showcases Dolby Laboratories' state-of-the-art sound technologies. Situated in the popular Hollywood & Highland mall complex, the ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2011

Great value! We purchased the 2 day Go Pass in LA and we really got our money's worth. We did the Kodak Theater tour, Red Lion Walking Tour, and the Hollywood Homes Tour on the first day. The second day we went to Santa Monica and used the bikes along the pier (very fun) and went on the Warner Brothers Tour in Burbank. Perfect weather and a wonderful vacation overall!

Doing what: Go Los Angeles Card

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
December 2008

We took the last tour of the day because we heard that you get to see extra things, and sure enough we saw the Chinese, the Egyptian, Kodak and Disney amongst others. The walk is not that bad either and do not worry if you walk slow, you have head phones on and you can hear everything while you catch up. Great!

Doing what: Hollywood - Behind the Scenes Walking Tour

4 star rating: Recommended
August 2011

This grand tour was GREAT and we really appreciated our guide (Johnathan, who REALLY knows his city) and our nice bus driver. One remark : why do we get into the bus, go around the block and get off to walk through the Kodak Theatre and see the Hollywood sign ? Why not do that before getting into the bus or at the end of the tour ?

Doing what: Grand Tour of Los Angeles

4 star rating: Recommended
May 2011

Used the 5 day card - excellent value! Saw Kodak Theatre, Madame Tussauds, Double Decker city tour, Stars houses tour, Universal Studios and Warner Brothers. Missed Paramount studios because we didn't give enough notice.

Doing what: Go Los Angeles Card

Jillian K
Australia

4 star rating: Recommended
June 2010

We enjoyed the tour immensely and it covered a lot of ground in the time. The only downside was not enough time allowed for Graumman Chinese Theatre and Kodak Theatre. Several tourists and myself would have liiked to climb the steps at Kodak Theatre, but there was not enough time. Perhaps time could be cut down at Olvera Street. Otherwise, a great tour and guide.

Doing what: Grand Tour of Los Angeles

3 star rating: Worth doing
July 2013

This was a good tour to get a general idea of what Los Angeles is like. However, most of the time is spent on the bus. We only made 1 stop to eat, and other 2 at Venice beach and Hollywood. I wish we had stopped at more places like Bevery Hills, Rodeo Drive, Kodak theater, and some other of the many interesting landmarks in LA. Good tour in general, and the tour guide was very friendly, but my family and I expected a little more of it.

Doing what: Grand Tour of Los Angeles

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
July 2013

Didn't do quite as much as advertised (no recolection of China town or Little Tokyo). Too little time in some places (only 40mins at Walk of fame, Kodak theatre and Graumans combine) and way too long for lunch (one hour in the Farmers Market). Didnt like being told what we must tip ($12) per person. Tipping is and should be up to the individual. What we did see was good.

Doing what: Grand Tour of Los Angeles

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