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3400 Riverside Dr, Burbank, CA 91522
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3400 W. Riverside Drive Burbank, CA 91522
3400 W. Riverside DriveUSCaliforniaBurbank91522
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood brings you closer than ever to the legendary entertainment you know and love. View the real sets and soundstages where the greatest names in entertainment made history. Get ready to touch, tour and explore the iconic 110-acre backlot that brought ARGO and BATMAN to the big screen. From THE BIG BANG THEORY to FRIENDS, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood takes you behind-the-camera for a revealing look at how the magic is made. .
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"Our tour guide, Caroline Anderson loved her job and was good at it."
"The Batman Exhibit was, with the lack of a better word, AWESOME!"
"The Deluxe tour was expensive, but totally worth it."
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Kaylie Jacobs
3 months ago
it was so much fun omg. maggie was super nice and we told her we were huge pretty little liars fans and she took us to the sets where all the outside exterior stuff was shot (like the outside of the church, city hall, and rosewood high) and she also took us inside the real set of pll as a surprise it was the best day of my life.
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Natasha Longair
3 months ago
Visited 13 Feb - Amazing place - AMAZING staff (can't remember his name sorry) - absolutely one of my favorite things that I did while in LA. Did the 8.15 am tour - went to Universal After wards - even got to go on Ellens set. Would reccommend to anyone x
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Scarlet Edition
a month ago
We spent the whole weekend there! A bit predictable...but that's Hollywood ;)
Cody Jang
5 months ago
i think you guys should make another Matrix moive it would be awsome think how manny people will go nuts we loved all of them
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Life is Better On Vacation
3 months ago
We loved seeing the places where so many of our favourite TV shows and movies were made. Whether you were paying attention or not you have seen these sets in countless films. From the original Gotham City Hall to Mrs. Deagle's house in Gremlins. From Hazzard County to the ER hospital bay. From Kermit's swamp to the theatre where Sheldon steals Raiders of The Lost Ark. From... The list goes on and on. We sat on the couch from Friends and visited The Big Bang Theory & Pretty Little Liars sound stages. Try to take as many pictures as you can as a little research will reveal that some movie or show you love came to life in that very spot.
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Jeannie Jennings
4 months ago
My friends and I took the tour today and loved it. Our guide was Caroline. She was funny, informative and just plain fun. She even did a little singing. I went so far as to write Ellen De Generes to let her know she should look her up because she has a great singing voice.
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Michael Watson
6 months ago
We came here twice a few days apart. On the first time, which was a weekend, we did the VIP tour. The weekend meant that we could go on the sets of weekday shows like Ellen, but you can't walk through muh of the prop department, and the whole site seems quiet. The VIP tour was fine, and well worth the money, but you miss out on a lot as well, such as not being able to walk around and take photos of the city streets that you know from movies and TV. The second visit was for the Deluxe tour, and was on a weekday. The Deluxe tour was expensive, but totally worth it. Our guide Thom was extremely knowledgeable and took us everywhere. We were able to walk all the city streets, taking great photos while he told us every TV show that's ever shot there, even explaining the episode and how they filmed it - it was so interesting and amazing. We were able to visit 3 sets currently in use, including major shows like the Big Bang Theory and Pretty Little Liars, and he explained all about the props and movie making techniques used there. We were even lucky enough to see a few stars, which was cool, and the complimentary lunch was delicious. If you're a fan of any Warner Brothers TV shows that are filmed in LA, you'll find it a thoroughly enjoyable tour, and well worth the Deluxe price tag! We had a totally wonderful experience on both tours, so even if you can't afford the Deluxe tour, the VIP tour is still very much recommended.
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James Hume
9 months ago
The tour content had some really good aspects worth seeing, however, our overall impression was negative. This was, in my opinion, a 40 minute tour made to take 2 hours. Too much driving around the outside of buildings all alike with only a comment about what show was in production here and there. Our tour guide was really annoying as she rambled off her well-rehearsed monotone script with many affectations which only served to irritate rather than inform. With only 40 minutes worth of content the $57.00 cost (an add-on $3.00 was included for some undisclosed reason) was exorbitant.
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