spectacularly fun land tour begins in downtown Monterey where one
of our most historic sites, Colton Hall, has stood in as a girls
boarding school in the movie A Summer Place and a court house
in the movie The Big Bounce. Our Fisherman's Wharf area has
been used for scenes in several movies including I Cover the
Waterfront, Play Misty for Me, The Candidate and
P.K. & the Kid.
historic Cannery Row that has been the setting for many movies over
the years including Clash by Night starring Marilyn Monroe
and Barbara Stanwyck, and a few scenes in the movie, you guessed
it, Cannery Row! Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home was
filmed at our world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium where Humpback
whales where held in captivity.... no, just kidding here! Only Hollywood
and the magic of special effects can make that happen!
Monterey Bay where sailing scenes were filmed in the movies Captains
Courageous and Mutiny on the Bounty. And, least we forget
one of our most memorable movies... Monster from the Ocean Floor
(once you've seen this monster you'll see why it should have been
left on the cutting room floor)!
View the City
of Pacific Grove and its majestic coastline that was turned into
the fictitious town of "Cypress Grove" in the movie Turner
& Hooch. The resort seen in A Summer Place is also located
in this picturesque coastal community.
get busy on 17-MILE DRIVE® in Pebble Beach. The magnificent beauty
of this coastline has been used in many action driving scenes in
such movies as My Favorite Brunette, Julie, Chandler,
The Big Bounce, The Parent Trap, My Blood Runs
Cold, Susan Slade and many more! Several scenes have
been filmed in and around homes situated along this unbelievably
at Pebble Beach and the legendary Pebble Beach Golf Links have been
the location for memorable scenes in such movies as National
Velvet, Julie, Follow the Sun, The Ghost &
Mrs. Muir and In Love and War.
through the charming little hamlet of Carmel-by-the-Sea. The downtown
and residential areas of this quaint little resort community has
been used for scenes in It Seems Like Old Times, The Lady
Says No, A Summer Place, Play Misty for Me and others!
actual scenes where they were originally filmed on overhead monitors
inside our luxury high-back seat tour coach.
in our new air-conditioned
32-passenger motorcoach with
Tour Duration and
The tour is
approximately three hours in length, depending on traffic
conditions. All three of our stops are made on 17-MILE DRIVE® in
first stop is at Bird Rock,
the largest rock just offshore on the Monterey Peninsula and a
resting place for many of our wonderful marine mammals including
Harbor Seals, Sea Lions and our precious little Sea Otters. A
variety of birds including Black Brandt Cormorants and Pelicans can
usually be spotted on the rock or frolicking in the waters just
offshore. Love scenes between Sandra Dee and Troy Donahue in the
"A Summer Place" took place on the beach in front of
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second stop is at the
Lone Cypress Tree, one of the most treasured landmarks along
California's coastline. This magnificent tree is one of the most
photographed in the world and is more than 260 years old. This tree
has been used as a scenic backdrop in several movies filmed on the
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third stop is at the world-renowned
Lodge at Pebble Beach, originally built in 1919. You'll be able
to walk out onto the back deck of the Lodge to view one of the
greatest scenic settings in the world, the 18th hole of the famous
Pebble Beach Golf Links. Several movie scenes have been filmed
at the Lodge and on the 18th hole of this great golf course.
(Ages 16 to 64)
(Ages 65 and over)
(Ages 15 and under)
includes per person entry fees to Pebble Beach.
DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
While Monterey Movie Tours® makes every effort to
provide on-time service, it does not guarantee its departure and arrival
times, which may be delayed by any number of factors, including weather,
traffic, road conditions, mechanical problems or any other conditions
beyond Monterey Movie Tours® control. Monterey Movie Tours® is not liable
for any inconvenience or expense caused as a result of such delay.
Monterey Movie Tours® assumes no liability or responsibility for injury,
loss, or damage to persons or property, delay, or expense arising from
or caused by weather conditions, acts of God, war, accident, government
restrictions or regulations, from an act or omission of any individual ,
traffic, road conditions, mechanical problems, or any other cause or
condition beyond its control.
Monterey Movie Tours® reserves the right to cancel or change any tour,
advertised schedule, or route without notice and assumes no liability or
responsibility for any conditions beyond its control that may interrupt
or cancel any tour or strand individuals on the bus. Fares are subject
to change without notice. Monterey Movie Tours® is not liable for lost,
stolen or destroyed tickets. Tickets are non-refundable. Seating is on a
first-come, first-served basis.
POLICY AND RESTRICTIONS
Monterey Movie Tours® reserves the right to refuse to
transport or retain any person as a member of the tour. If you witness
any disorderly conduct or suspect any problem with any fellow passenger
during the tour, please notify your Monterey Movie Tour guide.
Any person under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a person at least
15 years of age or older at all times.
The use or consumption of alcohol products is strictly prohibited on the
bus. Federal and State law prohibit smoking on the bus.
Video and audio recording on the bus is strictly prohibited. Tours take
place on luxury coach buses. Buses are not equipped with lap or shoulder
belts or harnesses.
Bay Scenic Tours, LLC, (parent company of Monterey Movie Tours®) holds
a Public Performance Movie License that allows us to show productions
onboard our luxury coach. Movie Tours is the trademark of Movie
Tours, Inc., a Hawaii Corp. Used by permission. Pebble Beach®, 17-Mile Drive® and the Lone CypressTM and their underlying distintive images are trademarks, service marks and trade dress of Pebble Beach Company. Used by Permission.