Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is a public attraction situated inside Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank close to Hollywood and part of the greater Los Angeles area. It offers visitors the chance to glimpse behind the scenes of one the oldest and most popular film studios in the world over a two to three-hour period. Warner Bros. Studio is one of the most iconic studios in the world. The company was founded by four brothers, Harry, Jack, Sam and Albert Warner, on April 4, 1923. Though the brothers found early success with movies, especially the many features starring the famous German Shepherd Rin Tin Tin, it was the October 1927 release of The Jazz Singer, the first feature-length “talking picture,” that elevated the studio to powerhouse status. In the early days of Warner Bros. Jack Warner would welcome friends and special guests to the studio for tours. If Warner could not provide the tour himself, Mail Room employees were entrusted to show guests around the lot.
About the Tours:
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood offers a three-hour visit where guests can tour a real working Hollywood studio. Explore the sets and soundstages that brought classic movies and TV shows like Casablanca, The Big Bang Theory, La La Land, Gilmore Girls, Friends and many more to life. Our knowledgeable Tour Guides will give you an intimate behind-the-scenes look at original props and costumes used in films from Justice League and Wonder Woman at the DC Universe: The Exhibit, to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and the Fantastic Beasts located inside the Warner Bros. Archive. Guests also visit the Picture Car Vault showcasing some of Batman’s most famous vehicles throughout the years. The tour concludes at the interactive soundstage at Stage 48: Script to Screen – an immersive experience providing a hands-on introduction to the world of filmmaking. Guests can re-enact a scene on the original Central Perk Café set from Friends, ride a bat-pod through Gotham City using green screen technology and so much more.