Los Angeles

Detour's immersive audio walks will show you a side of Los Angeles that even natives rarely see. Learn the city's secrets from the locals who know it best. Visit the spots that make Los Angeles famous, including the Venice Canals, the Venice boardwalk, Hollywood Boulevard, the Roosevelt Hotel, Disney Hall, Union Station, Grand Central Market, and more. Each Los Angeles audio tour lasts 30 - 90 minutes, and costs only $5. Take them on your own schedule and at your own pace, alone or synced with friends.

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Hollywood: Stars & Bars

Ben Svetkey, Senior Editor of The Hollywood Reporter, leads a time-traveling tour back to the golden era of Hollywood.

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Santa Monica: Designing a Pedestrian Utopia

Frances Anderton, host of KCRW's DnA: Design and Architecture, shows you how architects and residents are reclaiming Santa Monica for pedestrians and cyclists.

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Venice: Life On The Edge

Pro skater Eric “Tuma” Britton shows you why Venice is irresistible to outsiders -- from street performers and body-builders to pro skateboarders.

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Venice: Abbot Kinney's Impossible Dream

Discover how Venice was created -- and almost destroyed -- and meet the spirit of town-founder Abbot Kinney.

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Downtown: Gateway to the City of Angels

Writer Lynell George shares the path many immigrants have walked from Union Station into the heart of Downtown.

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Disney Hall: The City’s Better Angels

Grant Gershon, artistic director of the Los Angeles Master Chorale, reveals the secrets of the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

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DTLA: The Birthplace of Noir

Historian Eddie Muller uncovers how true crime and Hollywood moviemaking merged in downtown Los Angeles to create film noir.