Pasadena Confidential Bus Tour -- Uncover the City of Roses' Alternate History
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The last date listed for Pasadena Confidential Crime Bus Tour was Saturday July 9, 2016 / Noon.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Amy C.
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Esotouric really presents L.A.'s finest tours of the city's crime history, noir influences, and other fun topics. I've recently been on two of their Raymond Chandler tours, and hope to book some of their current tours. The Pasadena tour was so packed full of information--some unbelievabley weird and entertaining that you go away with your head bursting with knowledge! Crimebo the Clown was also hilarious, and we enjoyed his creative sketch near the "suicide bridge" in Pasadena!
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This was generally not worth the money or the time. I felt the hosts were very unorganized and talked way too much the entire time and lost most, if not all people who were in attendance.
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Quotes & Highlights
“Discover LA’s lurid and fascinating underbelly on these hip, offbeat, insightful and entertaining tours.” —Lonely Planet
The Bus: The Esotouric bus is a luxury air-conditioned coach class bus seating 50 passengers in soft, roomy seats. There are video monitors to show historic photos and film clips, and a microphone so you will not have trouble hearing the tour guides. There is a bathroom in the back of the bus.
Running Time: Most tours are 3 1/2 hours long, 4 hours if the bus runs into traffic.
The Crowd: Because Esotouric doesn’t advertise and finds its audience through good press and word-of-mouth, you’ll find that your fellow passengers are an inquisitive and adventurous lot. Mainly Los Angeles locals, they are passionate about their city and curious to discover its hidden history. Esotouric has seen many friendships start on our bus, and recommends these tours for anyone looking to spend an interesting day out in good company.