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Warner Bros Studio Tour Experience

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Stacey Martin
Stacey Martin
June 3, 2022

The Warner Bros Studio Tour Hollywood is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Los Angeles. Millions of people visit the studios each year to take a behind-the-scenes look at some of their favorite TV shows and movies.

Four different types of tours are available: the Studio Tour, Classics Tour, Studio Tour Plus, and Deluxe Tour. Each tour offers a different experience, so it's important to choose the right one for you. Here's a look at each and how to make the most of your experience.

Studio Tour

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The Studio Tour is the most popular option and allows visitors to see some of the most iconic sets and locations from their favorite shows. This includes the Central Perk coffee shop from "Friends" and the Great Hall from "Harry Potter." You'll also see the soundstages where some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters are filmed. Other highlights include Stage 48: Script to Screen and DC Super Heroes and Villains.

This tour lasts approximately three hours, which includes one hour of guided time from an expert tour guide and a two-hour self-guided tour. The Studio Tour is the only tour held in both English in Spanish, making it an excellent option for Spanish-speaking guests.

Classics Tour

The Classics Tour is a great option for visitors who want to learn more about the history of Warner Bros from 1923 to the 1970s. This tour includes a visit to the backlot, where classic films like "Casablanca" and "Gone with the Wind" were filmed. You'll also see some original costumes and props used in these films.

This tour takes about three hours to complete and is conducted only in English. As with the Studio Tour, the three-hour time includes a one-hour guided tour and a two-hour self-guided tour. The ticket price and highlights of the Classics Tour are the same as the Studio Tour but with more of a historical focus.

Studio Tour Plus

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The Studio Tour Plus is a great option for visitors who want to add a little extra to their studio tour experience. In addition to the highlights of the Studio Tour, you will enjoy complimentary beverages and pastries and access to an exclusive screening room. Also included is lunch at Central Perk Café.

This English-only tour lasts around four hours, including a two-hour guided tour and two additional hours for the self-guided tour. The ticket price is higher than the Studio Tour but includes all food and drink and exclusive screening room access.

Deluxe Tour

The Deluxe Tour is the most comprehensive option and includes all of the highlights of the other tours, including the exclusive screening room and a historical focus. In addition, you'll enjoy a fine dining lunch at the Commissary and a snack at Central Perk Café. You'll also have the chance to visit the Property Department, which is not included on any other tours.

The Deluxe Tour is only offered in English and lasts around six hours. This includes one hour for lunch, three hours of guided tour time, and a two-hour self-guided tour.

How to Make the Most of Your Visit

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No matter which tour you choose, you can do a few things to make the most of your visit. First, be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you'll be doing a lot of walking. Also, if you have any questions, ask your tour guide. They're happy to help and can give you some great insights into the sets and locations you'll be visiting.

Finally, take your time and enjoy the experience. Warner Bros Studios is a truly magical place, and there's much to see and do. By following these tips, you're sure to have a great time on your tour. And if you're looking for more movie-themed fun in the Los Angeles area, you should check out Universal Studios and the thrilling Universal Studios Hollywood rides.

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