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Trick or Treat in Beverly Hills 150 150 admin

Trick or Treat in Beverly Hills

Our Private Beverly Hills Tour Visits the Spadena House Halloween is creeping up on us and here we are visiting one of the creepiest houses in all of Beverly Hills (true, there are very few creepy houses in Beverly Hills).  It is not a trick and definitely a treat to see this house amidst the…

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Celebrate Craftsman Weekend in Pasadena 150 150 admin

Celebrate Craftsman Weekend in Pasadena

Take Our Private Los Angeles Tour to a Craftsman Tour in Pasadena So many of our luxury tour guests express deep interest in architecture and design knowing how many remarkable structures are present in and around Los Angeles, Hollywood and Beverly Hills, our prime touring neighborhoods.  We always remind them of the importance of Pasadena…

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Ennis House – Our Private Architecture Tour Stops By 150 150 admin

Ennis House – Our Private Architecture Tour Stops By

Private Tour Goes to Great Los Angeles Home Most of our private Los Angeles tour guests love to see the large homes and gardens of the movie stars that we show them in Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Holmby Hills and Hollywood.  Some, we are pleased to say, prefer us to show them some of the…

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Beverly Hills City Hall — A Jewel 150 150 admin

Beverly Hills City Hall — A Jewel

Private Beverly Hills Tour Guests Love City Hall The beautiful and majestic Beverly Hills City Hall has gracefully towered over the city as a beloved landmark and symbol since 1932.  Designed by architect William Gage in a classic Spanish-Renaissance architectural theme, the structure is divided into three distinct sections: 1.  The low horizontal classical base,…

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A Heavenly Los Angeles Tour Stop 150 150 admin

A Heavenly Los Angeles Tour Stop

Pumpkin Bread for Our Hollywood Tour Guests The Monastery of the Angels is a Dominican cloister that has been in Hollywood since 1924.  The nuns now occupy a 1947 Wallace Neff designed building on Carmen Drive in the Beachwood Canyon area of Hollywood. This is just one of the many “off the beaten path” destinations…

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Happy Birthday, Frank Gehry 150 150 admin

Happy Birthday, Frank Gehry

Tour Frank Gehry Buildings in Los Angeles Frank Gehry is one of the most celebrated architects and designers of our time and today is celebrated on the occasion of his 84th birthday.  We talk about him and his designs regularly on our private Los Angeles tours.  The Santa Monica resident has numerous local examples of…

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Hansel & Gretel in Beverly Hills 150 150 admin

Hansel & Gretel in Beverly Hills

This Witch’s House Delights Our Private Tour Guests Named for the family that occupied the house when it was moved from Culver City to Beverly Hills in 1934, the Spadena House is a delightful example of storybook architecture that can be found throughout Los Angeles and southern California.  The structure was originally built in 1921…

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Blue, Green and Now Red at the Pacific Design Center 150 150 admin

Blue, Green and Now Red at the Pacific Design Center

West Hollywood really offers some wild new architecture.  The Pacific Design Center (PDC) has always been eyecatching with its blue and green geometrically shaped glass buildings and the fanciful and appropriate public art displayed throughout the property.  Now the red structure is complete and truly complements the existing structures.  Our private luxury sightseeing tours through…

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Los Angeles and Modern Architecture 150 150 admin

Los Angeles and Modern Architecture

Richard Neutra is just one of the celebrated architects who created notable and even historic structures in and around Los Angeles.  Our custom private tours are frequently designed to satisfy the curiosity of architecture lovers coming to southern California.  Of course they want to see Hollywood and Beverly Hills and Venice and Malibu, but their…

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Nat King Cole’s Giant Stack of Records 150 150 admin

Nat King Cole’s Giant Stack of Records

So many amazing artists have worked and created so much beloved and lasting music at this building over the past 56 years that even our knowledgeable tour guides have difficulty remembering all those who recorded here, even those with stars on the Walk of Fame right outside the building.  But we try.  We even will…

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