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Tours of the Los Angeles Theatre

Tours of the Los Angeles Theatre

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Go inside one of the most spectacular movie palaces in the country: the Los Angeles Theatre! This lavish, luxurious French Baroque style theatre hearkens back to the days of Versailles and Louis the XIV with its grand staircases, crystal fountain, sparkling chandeliers, and fluted columns.

It is also a famous filming location, having hosted countless movie, TV, and music video shoots: From “Everything Everywhere All at Once” to “Mad Men” to K-Pop sensation BTS’ 2020 music video “Black Swan.” Immerse yourself in the decadence of 1930s L.A. on this exclusive tour … while making your Instagram followers jealous. 

Covid-19 Safety and Important Policies
  • Tours will run, rain or shine.
  • Masks are recommended but not required
  • Social distancing of at least six feet should be maintained between L.A. Conservancy docents, staff, and other individuals who have not been isolating together.
  • You can change your reservation date if you contact us at at least 24 hours before your original reservation date.
  • No pets.
  • This tour is not recommended for young children.
  • Strollers not recommended.
  • If a member of your party is in a wheelchair, please let us know in advance by emailing
All participants in the Los Angeles Conservancy-sponsored Walking Tours knowingly and freely accept and assume all risks, both known and unknown, and AGREE TO RELEASE, DEFEND, INDEMNIFY, NOT SUE, AND HOLD HARMLESS the Los Angeles Conservancy, its principals, officers, employees, volunteers, sponsors, agents and other participants from any and all claims, damages (including medical expenses and attorneys’ fees), injuries and expenses arising out of, or resulting from your voluntary attendance/participation in Walking Tours.

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Los Angeles Theatre

The most lavish and last built of Broadway’s great movie palaces, the 1931 Los Angeles was designed by legendary theatre architect S. Charles Lee.