"The Most Exciting Thing To Do In LA!"

If you are looking for things to do in LA as well as an exciting Helicopter Tour, then the local area certainly has plenty on offer. From history to arts and entertainment beyond compare.

Los Angeles Skyline

Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the second largest city in the United States of America. It is full of amazing things to do and see. A city steeped in history as well as on the cutting edge of technology and entertainment. The original name of the city was "El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de los Angeles" or "The Village of Our Lady the Queen of Angels", but the name was shortened for obvious reasons.The city now covers over 1000 square-miles composed of dozens of interconnected communities. High-rise buildings only exist in a few isolated clusters. From nearly every vantage point, you can gaze across miles of low rooftops with beautiful palm trees towering above.

The amazing sights that Los Angeles has to offer can be seen from all of our Helicopter Tours. Each Tour has it's own special points of interest

Beverly Hills

Well they got famous in Hollywood and built their homes in Beverly Hills. It's a beautiful area filled with wealth and prestige and list of celebrity homes I could fill this entire website with. Most of the homes are gated or walled but just driving up and down the streets you know you are surrounded by the new American Royalty. The homes are truly breathtaking.

Beverly Hills and some of these celebrity homes can be seen on the Complete Helicopter Tour

The Beverly Hills Sign
Downtown Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles

It's a metropolitan city. There are a ton of amazing things to see and do. Eat, shop, drink whatever you need...it's around, it's LA. For my dollar there is nothing quite like flying through the skyline in a helicopter, over the Staples Center, home of the Lakers (amazing at night) or over the Disney Concert Hall. But if you find yourself downtown and are in need of some refreshment check out the 7 Grand (great bar on 7th right downtown) or the rooftop of the Standard Hotel, two of my favorite places downtown.

Flying through the buildings and seeing all the other sites downtown has to offer can be done on the Hollywood Helicopter Tour and the Complete Helicopter Tour


Still a place of some major Celebrity homes, it's also everything you think it is plus a hefty dose of weird that you never would have expected. Hollywood is the entertainment capital of the world, or was at least before all the studios started moving out to the valley or south to save money. But every building, from the Capital Records building to the Kodak Theater (home of the Oscars and the Victoria's Secret Catwalk Show) and the Continental Hyatt House, and every side walk corner still has an amazing story. Check out the Sunset Strip (incredibly lit at night) and you may bump into the next big thing or rub shoulders with some rock royalty. Melrose Ave is the place to shop if you need to get all the new fresh threads but bring your credit card it isn't cheap. The nightlife all throughout Hollywood is amazing but like the shopping it can be a bit pricey, but you don't have to look far to find a good time that's for sure.

These can all be seen on the Complete Helicopter Tour, everything but Sunset Strip can be seen on the Hollywood Helicopter Tour

Mann's Chinese Theatre
Santa Monica Pier

The Westside

What would Southern California be without its beaches and LA area has some of the best. From Santa Monica down to Redondo and Manhattan Beach its sand and suntans as far as the eye can see. The water never gets that warm but on a hot summer day it can be refreshing. Santa Monica and Venice Piers are both staples in the history and formation of the surf culture of So Cal and to this day are full of some very interesting people. If you like people watching, cruise the boardwalk around Venice there is none better. Its dies down when the sun goes down as people head up to Main Street for dinner and revelry.

All these sights can be seen on the Complete Helicopter Tour

Long Beach

Long Beach is a coastal town that came into it's own in the 1920's when oil was discovered on Signal Hill. It maintains its industrial roots as a home to two of the world's largest shipping ports, the Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles. Not just another industrial city though, Long Beach has much to offer the would be tourist, from sites of interest such as the RMS Queen Mary and the Pacific Aquarium to Ferris Bueller's House (my favorite) and locations from the Transformers and Gone in 60 Seconds films amongst other notable ones. It's a good place to check out for the afternoon when you're getting tired of sun bathing on the OC's beaches. But it's a pretty big city, the largest in Orange County, so bring your walking shoes or rent a car.

This beautiful coastline, Port as well as the Queen Mary ship can all be seen on the Coastal Helicopter Tour and the Complete Helicopter Tour

Wide shot of Long beach

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