Travel Updates from Burbank

April 9, 2021

We look forward to welcoming you back to Burbank! Our hotels, neighborhoods, restaurants, and attractions are ready when you are. Thank you for your patience as we continue to navigate through the rapidly changing conditions in place to keep us all safe and healthy.

What To Know Before Visiting

The health and safety of our visitors, residents and employees remains a top priority for Visit Burbank and the City of Burbank. We are continuing to monitor the news around the Pandemic and the recommendations of public health officials. Though our information was up to date at time of publication, we highly recommend that you reach out directly to the hotels, attractions, venues, ticket providers and tour companies that you booked with or are planning to visit. When you travel, be sure to practice precautions to prevent getting and spreading of COVID-19.

  • Cloth masks are required to be worn in public by order of the City of Burbank.
  • All of our 18 hotels are open and have implemented the latest health and safety protocols for staff and guests to ensure your visit is a great one. Most have also allowed for travel flexibility with free cancellation. Check out each hotel’s site for more details. See all Burbank hotels.
  • Universal Studios Hollywood will reopen on April 16th for California residents with a reservation. Buy your tickets now on our site.
  • In accordance with the L.A. County Health Department, Burbank restaurants are open for indoor dining at 50% max capacity and outdoor dining and continue to have options for curbside pickup, takeout, and delivery. Expect to be asked to wear a mask when arriving at the restaurant, ordering and picking up.
    • Of special note is that Downtown Burbank, with more than 100 eateries to choose from, has created communal dining areas on the AMC Walkway as well as expanded outdoor seating on San Fernando Blvd.
  • Bars that do not provide meals will be allowed to open outdoors and Breweries, Wineries, Distilleries that do not serve meals can remain open outdoors and can also open indoors at 25% capacity.
  • Burbank stores are open for in-person shopping up to 75% capacity.
  • Indoor Museums, Zoos, and Aquariums are open at 25% capacity. Movie Theaters are open at 50% capacity.
    • The LA Zoo is now open with reservations.
  • Enjoy the California sunshine with outdoor recreation! Just remember to wear your mask and maintain safe social distancing. Currently open:
    • Stough Canyon Hiking Trail
    • Wildwood Canyon Hiking Trail
    • Hiking in the Hollywood Hills and to the Hollywood Sign
    • DeBell Golf Course
    • Valley Skate Park
    • Tennis Courts at Burbank Tennis Center
    • Verdugo Aquatic Facility (by reservation only)
  • Fitness Centers can operate indoors at 25% capacity and indoor pools can now re-open. Masks are always required unless swimming.
  • Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood remains closed.

Our hotels and businesses have worked hard to prepare for your return and have implemented operational and physical changes with your health and safety in mind. Things might look and feel a little different than before the pandemic, but the hospitality you expect from Burbank is still going strong.

 

Most Recent Statements from Los Angeles County Department of Health

April 7, 2021: “Travel Advisory and Guidelines”

March 12, 2021: “Grades 7-12, Indoor Dining, Movie Theaters, and Other Sectors May Reopen on Monday with Safety Measures in Place – 101 New Deaths and 947 New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County”

January 25, 2021: “Los Angeles County to Align with State Health Officer Order Reopening Key Sectors, Including Outdoor Dining on Friday – Public Health Reports 43 New Deaths and 6,642 New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County”

December 28, 2020: “Public Health Officials Require All Travelers to Quarantine Upon Return to L.A. County 73 New Deaths and 13,661 New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County”

A Few Ideas to Support Burbank Businesses

Dine In/Order Takeout/Food Deliveries

Burbank offers an ever-expanding choice of restaurants, cafes and eateries. Be sure to support them by enjoying indoor and outdoor dining, ordering for takeout and enjoying meals in the comfort of your home! View our list.

Shop Local

Pay a visit to independently owned shops and markets for items you need at home. Burbank is packed with one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants such as in Magnolia Park.

Buy Gift Cards

Purchasing a gift card to your favorite store, theater, or restaurant is an immediate way to put cash into a business. Consider buying items from merchants sell clothing, accessories, vintage, cosmetics, items for the home, and more.

Sign Up for Future Classes & Events

Sign up for classes or events at your favorite place of business. Planning activities a few months out will help to support your favorite activities and give you something fun to look forward to.

Be Patient and Say Thank You

When you do go to the store to buy what you need, be sure to say thanks to the front-line employees who are hard at work.

 

For more information on how to support your local businesses and up-to-date closures, follow @visitburbank.

Download your copy of the Visit Burbank Visitor Guide here.

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Safe travels!

The City of Burbank and Downtown Burbank are not responsible for the content of and do not endorse any products or services of the companies listed including any information on the City of Burbank website and social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter) and Visit Burbank website and social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter). As such, we make no representation or warranty as to the accuracy, appropriateness or any other aspect of the information contained on the City of Burbank’s website and social media platforms and the Visit Burbank website and social media platforms. While we encourage promotion of local businesses and restaurants, citizens are reminded to comply with the Governor’s Safer at Home Orders.