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TOURS & DISCOUNTS

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is adding special times for its Classics Made Here tour during the week of the TCM Classic Film Festival.  This exciting classics-themed tour focuses on Hollywood’s Golden Age, featuring award-winning titles shot on the iconic backlot throughout the years.  Early access to these tours is being offered for $14 off per ticket for TCM Classic Film Festival guests and will relaunch to the public on April 28.

During the guided portion of your tour, the knowledgeable guide will tour you around the backlot, focusing on the earlier years of Warner Bros.  You will learn about the history of the Warner brothers and how they revolutionized filmmaking as you retrace the footsteps of Hollywood legends.  After the guided tour, you will explore Stage 48: Script to Screen, where you can get up close and admire the costumes of Hollywood’s original leading ladies, including Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Crawford, and Bette Davis.  The final stop is at the Celebration of Awards Season.  Take this moment to see some rare props, costumes, and awards rich in history from the Warner Bros. archives.  Total-experience for this tour is about 3 hours (1 hour guided).

Offer:  Save $14 on Classic Studio Tour (regular $69) using the special link.

Dates:  April 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, and 25

Times:  9:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM, and 3:30 PM

Location:  3400 Warner Blvd.  Burbank, CA   91505

Offer link:  https://www.wbstudiotour.com/tour/tcm/

For more info about Classics Tour, visit https://www.wbstudiotour.com/tour/classics/ 

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is offering a special discount for TCM Classic Film Festival attendees. Passholders should use code TCM2022 upon checkout to receive two (2) discounted Adult General Admission tickets to the Academy Museum, for use on April 20–24. The special discounted price is $20 per ticket. This code may only be used once per visitor. Additional tickets may be purchased in the same order at full price.

To purchase tickets visit academymuseum.org/tickets.

Click here for information on current gallery closures.

“Icons of Darkness” is an exhibition of the largest private collection of sci-fi, fantasy and horror film memorabilia in the world. Screen-used artifacts, make-up effects heads, original costumes, and never-before-seen props create an unbelievable immersive experience for film fans of all ages.

This experience will offer visitors a walking tour of props, artifacts, and memorabilia from movies spanning 90 years of Hollywood history. Hundreds of films will be represented including Frankenstein, Star Wars, Iron-Man, Jurassic Park, Spiderman, Predator, Alien and Harry Potter.

Highlights include:

  • An original Xenomorph costume from Alien (1979), which features the designs of the (then-unknown and now influential) designer, H.R. Giger.
  • The full-sized Queen Alien from Aliens (1986), which solidified the sci-fi career of one of Hollywood’s most notable film directors, James Cameron.
  • Michael Keaton’s original Bat-suit from the Tim Burton classic, Batman (1989), which led to the birth of the modern-day superhero film.
  • Original items from Terminator 2 Judgement Day (1991) and Steven Spielberg’s dinosaur classic Jurassic Park (1993), which employed early CGI.
  • Characters from Stephen King’s It (1990), Clive Barker’s Hellraiser (1987), and William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist (1973).
  • Hugh Jackman’s battle arena Wolverine suit from X-men (2000). And a plethora of Gremlins (1990) and Orcs from Lord of the Rings (2001).
  • Special-effects heads from eight-time Academy Award-winning makeup artist Rick Baker, from films How the Grinch Stole Christmas, (2000), Planet of the Apes (1997), and An American Werewolf in London (1982).
  • A stable of props, figures, and costumes including life casts of Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney Jr., and Boris Karloff representing “Dracula” (1931), The Wolfman (1941), and Frankenstein (1931).

The “Icons of Darkness” exhibit is located on the Northwest corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue (right next to Footlocker). It’s a two-minute walk from the forecourt of the Chinese Theater.

The Deal: For TCM Festival Passholders, admission is $25 ($5 off our regular $30 ticket price)

Dates / Times:
The exhibit is opened 7 days a week
Monday through Thursday 11:00am until 8:00pm
Friday through Sunday 11:00am until 11:00pm

Location:
6801 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

How to redeem: For the week of the TCM Classic Film Festival, all TCM Passholders will get your ticket price discount by showing your pass at the Box Office.

For more information, go to www.iconsofdarkness.com  or our social media.

The Hollywood Heritage Museum is housed in the beautifully restored Lasky-DeMille Barn (c. 1895). The Museum features archival photographs from the early film days of motion picture production, movie props, historic documents and other rare movie memorabilia. Also featured are historic photos and postcards of the streets, buildings and residences of Hollywood during its golden era. The museum will have a special exhibit dedicated to silent screen star Theda Bara during the week of the festival.

On December 27, 1956, the Lasky-DeMille Barn was designated a California State Historic Landmark, No. 554, representing the birth of the Hollywood motion picture industry where in 1913 Jesse Lasky and Cecil B. DeMille began production of the first feature-length film to be shot in Hollywood, The Squaw Man (1914). Since 1985 Hollywood Heritage Inc. has funded the preservation, restoration and maintenance of this early Hollywood treasure. The organization also works to protect and preserve the historic built environment of Hollywood by actively interacting with city, state and federal agencies and by educating the public through its special programs on historical topics regarding preservation and film history.

The Deal: For the week of the TCM Classic Film Festival, all TCM Passholders will be admitted to the museum for FREE (you must show your pass at the Box Office). Plus, all merchandise in our Hollywood Heritage Gift Shop will be discounted and we have an amazing selection to choose from, including collector’s items. We are also offering free Media Mail Shipping for any purchase of books, DVD’s and Blu-Rays of $75.00 & over. (USA Shipments ONLY).

Dates / Times: The Museum will be open Thursday, April 21st – Sunday, April 24th from 11:00-3:00pm.

Location: 2100 North Highland Avenue (just across the street from the Hollywood Bowl and The American Legion Theater).

For more information visit: http://hollywoodheritage.org/,  or call: (323) 874-4005

See 10,000 Authentic Show Business Treasures spotlighting more than 100 years of Hollywood history – from the Silents to Talkies, to Hollywood’s Golden Era, Film Noir, Television and its Pioneer Years, through the rebellious 60s, special effects 70s, evolving 80s, involved 90s, technological 2000s, and beyond to current day heartthrobs!

The Hollywood Museum’s exhibits showcase the best in film, network and cable television, and new digital platforms featuring iconic and fan favorites! Named one of the top tourist attractions by LA Weekly, voted one of the Top 10 Museums in LA by the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board and annually receives the Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor.

Located in the heart of Hollywood, at the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave – The Hollywood Museum in the Historic Max Factor Building is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and is the “Official Museum of Hollywood” and offers visitors the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world featuring the glamour of Hollywood legends and stars – past, present and in the making… See one-of-a-kind costumes, props, photographs, scripts, stars’ car collections, personal artifacts, posters, and memorabilia from favorite stars, films, and TV shows.

And don’t miss the museum’s Historic Photo Gallery—see the largest collection of vintage black and white photos on public display, covering Hollywood’s early days, the first motion picture studios, movie premieres, and celebrities out on the town “wining and dining” in their favorite nightclubs, swanky restaurants, and studio commissaries, or “relaxing” at home – from the beginnings of the motion picture business through Hollywood’s Golden Era.

The Deal: $5.00 off regular admission

Dates / Times: April 21-24, 2022 – 10am to 5pm

Location: 1660 North Highland Avenue (just south of Hollywood Blvd on North Highland Ave.)

How to redeem: For the week of the TCM Classic Film Festival, all TCM Passholders will get your ticket price discount by showing your pass at the Box Office.

For more info visit us here, or call: (323) 464-7776

This free, 90-minute walking tour through Beverly Hills takes you back to an era when movie stars lived on every block. Filmmaker and Historical Society president Phil Savenick is your expert guide and storyteller on this insider’s trip through Hollywood’s bedroom. This hosted, in-person tour is a one-time special event exclusively for TCM Classic Film Festival attendees and their guests. It takes you past the former homes of legendary movie and TV stars including:

Lucille Ball, Jimmy Stewart, Jack Benny, Mary Pickford, Marlene Dietrich, Gene Kelly, Douglas Fairbanks, Ava Gardner, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Agnes Moorehead, Spencer Tracy, Rita Hayworth, Gary Cooper, Rudolph Valentino, Barbara Stanwyck, Fred Astaire and many more. The magical history tour begins on Sunset Boulevard at Will Rogers Memorial Park, a shooting location used by comedy greats Laurel and Hardy, Harold Lloyd, and Charlie Chaplin. The park is across from the world-famous Beverly Hills Hotel, another popular movie location. Other stops on the tour reveal the City’s darker side visiting the sites of gangster Bugsy Siegel’s killing, as portrayed in the movie “Bugsy” starring Warren Beatty, the Howard Hughes plane crash, as seen in Martin Scorsese’s “The Aviator,” and the Lana Turner mother-daughter murder scandal.

The tour is also featured on the free Beverly Hills Experience™ mobile app available from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Tour attendees can follow along on the app and enhance their experience with rare photos and fascinating videos. The app also has a self-guided Rodeo Drive tour with 29 points-of-interest including the chocolate shop that inspired the most beloved episode of “I Love Lucy.”

Sponsored by The Beverly Hills Historical Society®

The Deal: FREE in-person guided tour, but limited to 60 guests, so register early

Dates / Times: Saturday, April 23rd, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM for the in-person guided tour, or on your phone anytime using the FREE Beverly Hills Experience™ mobile app

Location: The tour starts at the Anderson Fountain in Will Rogers Memorial Park on Sunset Boulevard across from the Beverly Hills Hotel. It’s five miles west of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, about a 20-minute drive down the legendary Sunset Strip. The street address is 800 North Canon Drive. Two-hour street parking is available around the park.

How to redeem: Free tickets are available at this private Eventbrite link. Click here to reserve your spot.

For more information visit:
Beverly Hills Experience mobile app / Apple App Store
Beverly Hills Experience mobile app / Google Play StoreBeverly Hills Historical Society website
Eventbrite tickets

The Hollywood Roosevelt offers many unique dining options for our passholders.

The Deal: 10% off any food order (excludes alcohol, tax, and service charge) for passholders dining at 25 Degrees, Rosey’s Café, the Spare Room, the Tropicana Pool, the Grab & Go Garden Café, hotel room service, and Barish’s weekend pastries in the lobby.

Dates / Times: April 21-24, 2022

Locations: 7000 Hollywood Blvd.

How to Take Advantage: Festival badge must be presented when ordering. Open to all passholders, including those not lodging at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Offer excludes alcohol, tax, and service charge.

For more information visit: https://www.thehollywoodroosevelt.com/about/food-drink