Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood Reopens this Summer
Delve into Warner Bros.’ nearly 100 years of TV and movie making history as their famous studio tour reopens this summer on June 26, 2021. With new ways to get closer to the entertainment you love, your experience will now be more fun than ever!
Here’s what you can expect during your visit:
Upon arrival, you enter the “Storytelling Showcase” and discover the world of Warner Bros. Here, you’ll get to examine the breadth of the studio’s film, TV titles, animation, and technological innovations from its origins as a cinema chain in 1923, through its nearly 100-year journey. Don’t miss your opportunity to take a selfie with a replica of the iconic water tower as you walk along an aerial view of the sprawling studio lot.
After touring the lot, you’ll soon arrive at Stage 48: Script to Screen, the Studio Tour’s interactive sound stage where you can immerse yourself in the technology and methods of production, and revel in the Central Perk set from Friends and Sheldon’s apartment set from The Big Bang Theory. From Stage 48, the journey continues to the grand finale “Action and Magic Made Here” where you’ll experience the universe of DC Super-Heroes and Super-Villains and step into the world of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts, with all new interactive experiences, props, costumes, and memorable photo opportunities. And pay attention all DC fans, this is where you’ll have the chance to explore the all-new Batcave, where you can get up close to the authentic Batmobile from Tim Burton’s original Batman, the Tumbler from The Dark Knight, and the Batwing from Batman v. Superman. And for all Wizard wannabes, this is the part of the tour where you get to test your wand choreography and hear the Sorting Hat call out your true Hogwarts house during the all new Sorting Ceremony.
Concluding the tour is an elegant display of iconic treasures from Warner Bros. most beloved films and TV shows in the “Celebration of Awards Season.” The exhibit spotlights iconic crown jewel props and costumes from WB’s classic films, such as the trombone that Robert Preston played in The Music Man, the jersey worn by the late Chadwick Boseman to portray Jackie Robinson in 42, and a painstakingly detailed miniature blimp from Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner.
Before you leave, don’t forget to stop by the brand-new Warner Bros. Studio Store, where you can purchase exclusive merchandise from legendary Warner Bros. films and TV shows. Bring your fandom to life in the Personalization Area, where you can choose from a host of personalization options, including engraving a wand, a replica award, and more.
The Studio Tour now welcomes families with children five years and older.
For more information about the tour, ticketing, and prices, please visit Warner Bros. own website.