Dearly Departed: The Tragic History Tour of Los Angeles
Reviewed by: Janet M, December 2014
Trip was really interesting. Brian was fantastic as our driver and guide and included lots of interesting commentary - not just about the dearly departed! We did the trip on Halloween (and visiting from England), it was so much fun to see all the effort taken to decorate the houses and gardens and Brian included an additional 'homes of the Stars' bit. The trip was full at 16 people which gave it a friendly, informal feel.
Well worth doing - and a bit different from the usual trips on offer. Make sure you arrive early and have a good look around at all the collected memorabilia in the mini-museum!!
Reviewed by: Rebecca L, October 2014
Absolutely loved this tour. I loved the gallery prior to our tour. I was thrilled to meet Scott and chat with him about Rocky Horror etc (I have been following his site since Girls Next Door) Our guide was Brian and he is absolutely hilarious and informative. I cant praise this tour enough thank you
Reviewed by: Melissa B, October 2014
Our tour guide, Brian, was so much fun! He was so knowledgeable and gave us information not only about the tour itself but other interesting items about Los Angeles. Well worth the time and money and would definitely take another one of their tours again!!
Reviewed by: kwarne23, Australia, September 2014
This tour was extremely enjoyable. Richard our tour guide was funny, very friendly, extremely knowledgeable and explained everything in great detail. Definitely one of the best tours in LA. Dearly Departed is a must do!
Reviewed by: Kathy R, August 2014
The tour guide was fantastic, the tour was interesting. I liked the fact that other points of interests were shown and talked about on the tour and the book was a good guide.
Reviewed by: Anna R, July 2014
The tour was fantastic....Brian and Scott were fantastic
Reviewed by: Leonard W, June 2014
We loved the tour and the information the guide gave was incredible. The one complaint we have is that the van did not have large enough windows to see the sites. Anyone sitting on an inside seat, or in the middle of the last row could not see the buildings that were being pointed out.