Fun and Educational Tours
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We will enjoy the US premier of the exhibition KING TUT and the TREASURES OF THE GOLDEN PHARAOH with over 150 artifacts from the famous tomb. The tour also includes the IMAX movie MYSTERIES OF EGYPT and time to see the space shuttle ENDEAVOR. Lunch on your own at the many eateries at the California Science Center. Great for kids! What a day of discovery!
We will tour the world famous Jet Propulsion Laboratory in the afternoon, visiting the Space Flight Operations Center and assembly room where the new Mars Rover is being constructed. In the morning, we will tour the famous Craftsman bungalow – the Gamble House by Charles and Henry Greene architects.
This architecture lover’s tour will explore six historic districts of Los Angeles, from the movie palaces on Broadway to the stately 1920s mansions of Hancock Park. With lunch on your own at Farmers’ Market and a cruise down Wilshire Boulevard, you’ll be amazed at how much beautiful and diverse architecture the City of Angels has preserved.
Cities are fun – especially when someone else can show you their hidden treasures! Hoffy Tours is dedicated to highlighting the best in cities and this is what I love to do.
The tours are educational, entertaining and unique – showing you hidden features of cities that you may have heard of but never quite had the time to explore.
Hoffy Tours, LLC, is an urban tour company whose primary goal is discovering the best in cities. The focus is on appreciation of the built environment – great architecture, interesting urban design, fun restaurants, engaging museums. Find urban treasures that many people pass up in their daily lives. Make the most of your Southern California journey.
“Bill is an incredible tour guide. He’s funny, engaging and really knows the area. Bill felt like part of our group. We loved the food and learned a lot about Laguna and Orange County.”
– Aaron Simpson
Official Private Tour Guide of Mission SJC
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