Warner Bros. Studio Tour
Walk in the footsteps of past and present Hollywood stars at one of the most famous filming studios in the world -- the Warner Brothers lot in Burbank, just outside of downtown LA.
Visitors will have the chance to explore one of the busiest working studios in cinema today, alongside one of the company’s expert on-site tour guides who will show entertainment lovers a true “behind-the-scenes” look at this beloved destination which has been creating TV and movie masterpieces for nearly a century.
From the iconic “Central Perk” set from Friends, to “Sheldon's spot” inside the actual apartment 4A where The Big Bang Theory is filmed, this tour experience will transport guests into another (more fun?) world entirely, while bringing on-screen movies and television to life. “Off set” there are also a variety of educational museums, such as The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and DC Universe: The Exhibit, where guests can enter the world of Aquaman and Wonder Woman, taking in the real costumes and props that are seen on the silver screen -- all while learning new fun facts about these beloved TV and movie features. It’s a dream come true for film fanatics and celebrity lovers alike.
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