- 3 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
From The Big Bang Theory to Batman and beyond, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood takes you behind-the-camera for a revealing look at the magic of Hollywood.
You will visit The Warner Bros. Archive now featuring DC Universe: The Exhibit featuring original props and costumes from Aquaman and Wonder Woman. Explore The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts featuring actual props and costumes. You will enter the Picture Car Vault, currently featuring Batmobiles from the celebrated film series.
You'll explore Stage 48: Script to Screen, our interactive sound stage, where you can learn about the Film and TV production process. Sit on the couch at Central Perk on the actual set of Friends, become Hobbit-sized at our forced perspective special effect table, soar above Hogwarts on a broomstick and see the actual sets from The Big Bang Theory, sit in Sheldon's spot in apartment 4A, recreate his iconic knock in the infamous broken elevator lobby and see the CalTech cafeteria.
- ticket to Warner Bros Studio Tour
- hotel pickup in the nearby neighborhoods to the terminals.
- transportation to Warner Bros Studio
- Entry/Admission - Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
- Food and drinks
1: 6925 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
2: 1434 2nd St, Santa Monica, CA 90401, USA
3: 2232 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA
Traveler pickup is offered
This tour departs from 3 different terminal locations. Each location has the selected hotels for pickup and return in its own neighborhoods.
Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
Returns to original departure point
Enjoy admission and transportation to Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, a real working Hollywood studio where you get closer to the entertainment you love. Explore outdoor sets and soundstages where some of the most iconic Film and TV Shows have been filmed such as Ellen, The Big Bang Theory, Pretty Little Liars, La La Land, and Gilmore Girls.
Knowledgeable tour guides will take you behind-the-lens for a revealing look at how and where TV and Movie magic is made. Each Studio Tour includes exclusive access to original props, costumes, picture cars, and sets used from Batman to Friends. As part of the Studio Tour, guests will visit The Archive, featuring DC Universe: The Exhibit with authentic costumes and props from the blockbuster hit, Wonder Woman. On the upper level of The Archive guests can see The Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts exhibit and explore how J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World has been brought to life on the silver screen over the past 15 years.
The grand finale of the Studio Tour is a visit to Stage 48: Script to Screen, an interactive sound stage where you can learn about the production process of a film or TV show, step into an actual set of Friends and take a screen test on the Central Perk couch, become Hobbit-sized at our forced perspective special effect table, soar above Hogwarts on a broomstick and so much more.
*Sets and soundstages subject to change.
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Confirmation for this tour will be received at time of booking
- Picture ID is required for admittance to Warner Bros. Studio
- Warner Bros. Studio requires all guests to be at least 8 years old
- Wheelchair access bus must be requested to Starline 48 hours prior to the service date.
- Wheelchair accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- Transportation is wheelchair accessible
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 24 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Tour is so good I was travelling solo and really enjoyed myself.
Transportation was terrible.
I called before I left Australia to confirm the time. Was assured that I would be back by 4-30pm at the latest (I had a flight that night so needed to know I had time) called agin the night before was told the same thing.
Get picked up on time and we went to the office in Santa Monica to be told we would be on the 5-30pm bus back. Myself and another family on the bus were both told we would be back by 4-30 and we both had plans so this was not acceptable to us.
They were unapologetic and were the tour is not at 12-15 as advertised on Viator they do transport with that tour.
The other couple on the tour said they were happy to come back early so myself and the family could make it back was promised so they begrudgingly changed the time to 4.30pm pick up but said if we are all back to the bus early we could go earlier.
Viator needs to get the correct time off this company and the tour company needs to give people the correct information on the phone.
5 stars for Warner bros
1 Star for the transport
Bus that picked up from hotel was so below the standard. Bad ventilation. So if you are planing to have a hotel pick up, negotiate for the transport type. Tour itself was interesting but nothing epochal
Loved this tour! My husband is not a movie/tv fan and I forced him to go. He had a better time than me. Was not just about where movies and television stars have filmed etc but about how they make these movies and television shows come to life! Amazing!! The highlight for me was going into Ellen's studio not recording obviously and really feel where this show is made week in week out.
The tour itself was good but did not last the 3.5 - 4 hours as advertised. It lasted a little over 2 hours. However, Do NOT take the optional transportation. It was provided by Starline Tours and the trip to Warner Bros. was OK we stopped at one another hotel to pick up more tour goers. The bad part was when we arrived at Warner Bros. and was told by the shuttle driver that we would not be picked up for the trip back until 5:30 pm. The tour ended at about 2:30 pm and we spent about another 1/2 hour in with the interactive displays, leaving the studios for the tram ride back to the pickup spot at 3:00 pm. If the 2 1/2 wait for the shuttle bus wasn't bad enough, when we boarded we were told they were going to make a 'quick stop' at Universal Studios to pick up additional passengers. After waiting another 1/2 hour wait there we started dropping off the new passengers at their hotels. Bottom line: we finally arrived back at our hotel at 7:45 pm. We had a rental and wished we had driven there. Had we known or been advised upfront of the transportation concessions we would have to make, we would have driven ourselves and had almost 5 hours of additional time to do 'tourist things'.
I really liked the actual tour of Warner Bros Studio, but the getting there was a bumpy ride. While on the bus to the tour office we hit a pedestrian, which was a whole ordeal itself but that isn't the reason I'm only giving three stars. I was worried I would miss my tour because I was getting picked up at my hotel than getting on another bus to go to the actual studio. I missed the second bus but the company did have a bus just for me ready for when I arrived. The reason I am giving this tour three stars is because I missed a part of the tour at the studios and the pick up time never changed. I understand I was delayed due to unfortunate event however when I paid for this tour I didn't expect to have the driver hit someone on the way to the office. To this day I don't know what the first part of the tour was and I have to rush through everything at the end to get to the shuttle back to the office. I would have appreciated if they moved me to another time or offered to pick me up later since I got their late. All in all it was a lovely Studio and I would recommend anyone that watches movies to see it....but maybe find your own way there.
Fantastic tour great to see some of the well known sets from Friends and Big Bang Theory as well as the street used in Norbit!
The tour was very good and we thoroughly enjoyed it. However, the Viator website states that you are going on a VIP tour, but it is just the same tour that every visitor to Warner Bros takes - so the description that Viator gives, is somewhat misleading.
Horrible. I would like to give you an accurate account of the tour if I could.
But since they put my son and I on the wrong tour.. disorganized!!!!
We had the 9:30 tour for behind the scenes Warner brothers. We were told
Where to waist the guide came called out for those on the 9:30 tour. We were out on a bus and they next thing I know
We're on a tour of celebrity houses. No where near the cost of what I paid.
This was a fun tour. Worth the money. In depth look at Warner Brothers. Got to see the Batmobile, sit on the Friends couch, and ride a broom through Harry Potter World.
Dont be fooled. This isn't a viptour. This is the regular tour for much more money
Talked to other people who booked directly with Warner and they did the exact same tour as the so called VIP your. Shame on you Starline. As soon as I get home I will contact both Warner and Starline. For what it's W
I'm gonna split this review into 2, the tour operator and then the tour itself;
1. Starline tours are useless. Didn't pick us up, the drivers had no clue who was getting picked up - just useless don't bother.
2. Not a "VIP" tour at all , waited an hour, 14 on group.
Just get an uber there and do it
I think you would be better booking through Warner Bros directly. We were picked up in one bus then waited around for the next to take us to the studio. The trip involved a lot of waiting for the transport. Decided to make our own way back to hotel rather than waiting around longer. It would be better to organise your own transport to the studio. The guide that we had at the studio was also not very interested. He seemed to just keep rattling off a lot of shows many of whom we were not familiar with.
My family and I enjoyed the Warner Brothers Tour. If you are a big movie buff especially classic movies or watch a lot of television, this is a fun tour. Our tour guide was incredibly knowledgeable and energetic. This tour involves a 25 minute bus ride over to Warner Brothers and a 25 minute ride back. So the tour itself is about 3 hours, not 4 or 5 as the ad says. We saw many of the outside buildings / streets where outside shots for many shows and movies are done and the facades, including the café for LaLaLand. We toured a prop room and drove past a lot of sound stages on the outside big concrete buildings with numbers on them We went into one sound studio where a TV show we hadn't heard of films. At the end was the Friends set and some hands interactive displays which were interesting. There was a building filled with all the BatMobile vehicles and a costume area with a lot of SuperHero costumes and a whole floor of Harry Potter stuff including a sorting hat interactive. Overall we all enjoyed it. Here are the negatives....we specifically booked this VIP tour because it included Ellen in the description. This tour DOES not allow you to see the Ellen sound stage in any way. We couldn't even drive past it. We saw an office with her logo on it and a parking spot. We are huge Ellen fans so this was a big disappointment and false advertising. Overall we never saw anything being filmed or any actors or any real work happening, so if that is what you want, this is not the right tour. We never saw an active set with any filming. The VIP also said the group would be less than 12, it wasn't. It said a 4-5 hour tour but didn't mention the hour of bus/shuttle that happens from the Chinese Theater. If you could just drive to the studio itself, that would be better. If you are looking for specific shows or specific sets than do your homework very carefully. This tour DOES NOT include ELLEN.