Warner Bros. VIP Tours
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- Warner Bros. VIP ToursMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2Sep 20, 2013
You get to tour the WB lot in small groups of 12 or less. After a quick video in the main building, you will be escorted onto a large cart where the group will driven onto the WB lot. Some highlights on my tour was the garage where they kept some of the famous vehicles from different tv shows and movies such as the flying car from the Harry Potter movie, Nerd Herd car from Chuck, and some of the Batman mobiles. I also got to see the props warehouse and got to step inside one of of the studios where they were currently using for a show taping. If you want to go to an actually taping of a show, the guide told the group that you have to reserve tickets in advance online. If you like tv and movies, you should consider taking a tour of WB. Lots of tv and movie history here.Recommended for:History Buffs
- Warner Bros. VIP ToursMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Feb 18, 2013
The VIP tour at Warner Bros studios was great. We got to see a lot of really cool stuff. Our tour guide Thomas was extremely knowledgeable and you could tell that he loves his job. We got to see all the batmobiles, the set of big band theory and the mentalist, as well as the museum (couldn't take pictures on the sets or in the museum). It was a lot of fun and you'll learn a lot! And if you like friends you'll get to see central perk!
- Warner Bros. VIP ToursFirst to ReviewOct 02, 2012
I had been on this tour when Lois and Clark and ER were in their heyday. So it was worth a redo at this point. Went again to see what's new.
It's not Universal Studios - which for about the same price you get the tour and the rides, however, this tour seems more personal.
My friend's mom, my friend and I had Ellen show standby tickets and instead of having to line up at the butt crack and wait all day - they gave us numbers and told us to come back in a few hours....oh okay. what the heck do we do now?
So we walked AROUND the studio from gate 3 where the Ellen show audience waits to the other side where the studio tour begins.
It is a bit pricey when you think about what you are actually being offered. I believe the NBC studio tour in NYC was a ton cheaper.
We hopped into a larger golf cart that held maybe 12-15 people for the tour. For the most part - you can take TONS of pictures, however, there are certain areas where you can't, and you can't sneak it either, the tour guide makes you put your camera in a locked compartment on the cart when you go to areas where you cannot take pictures.
the Harry Potter "museum" - I think museum might be too strong of a word - maybe display might be better. They had props and pictures. But the coolest thing was they had the hat that tells you what house you belong to - and it works.
Central Perk set up in the prop house. Obviously - Friends isn't filmed anymore, but it's so iconic - they set up a section in the prop house with the couch and all so that you can take a picture.
drive through the outdoor streets that were used in various shows, like Gilmore Girls, ER, Friends, etc was kinda cool. The street where they filmed the movie "Rent" 's opening song sequence was nice and very easily spotted. (Did I just kill that movie dream for you? Yes, most of the movie was filmed actually in NYC but there were certain scenes not. Sorry to kill that movie magic for you!)
We also got to walk through the main floor set of the show the Mentalist. It was quite cool - no pictures - but still.
Overall - it's worth it once in a long while. I can't imagine that much changes in their tour year over year, but considering I hadn't been in over 10 years, it was definitely cool to see how things were so different.