Warner Bros. Studio VIP Tour, Burbank, California

3400 Riverside Dr, Burbank, California

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Submitted by: shikha d.

Not that great unless you are a movie buff and cra...

Submitted by: shikha d.

Not that great unless you are a movie buff and cra...

Submitted by: Rob R.

Major bore-fest.  I spent 98 dollars for my kid and i to be tortured for 2 hours. I could not get off this Golf cart tour fast enough. Was competing with some French family ( two teenage daughters and Mom) for my seat the whole time too after the tour guide told us it was ok to change seats on the cart when we stopped. I happened to like my seat behind the tour guide. It was a race back to the cart every time after we were dropped off. Eventually the mom insisted and I made space for her to sit in the middle between my kid and myself on the golf cart. Her daughters were laughing so hard in the seat behind us that one proceeded to choke from laughing......punch drunk, good old fun and best of the WB tour for ...

Submitted by: Bella S.

I am a soccer mom.  Last Thursday I had 3 nine-year olds to entertain for the day and I wanted to do something unique and educational, not the usual movies and pizza. I discovered the WB VIP tour the night before and decided that it would be exactly the thing I wanted to do with the boys. Overall, the effect it had on the kids is positive, entertaining, and educational. The huge plus is that it was available for the same day reservation to accommodate a group of 4. On the down side is that they don't have the kids or student ticket price. So, $52 for a child's ticket is a bit too much providing it is not an entire day entertainment, but 3 hours. On the positive side, the kids were really involved, the guide ...

Submitted by: John B.

I really enjoyed the WB VIP Tour. Unlike the Universal Studios Tour, you actually get the feel of actually getting a behind the scenes look at your favorite movies and TV shows.   The tour is about 2 and a half hours long and group sizes are actually relatively small (about 15).  You really get to know your tour guide.  He or she is easily accessible for questions.  Ours (Scott) asked what our favorite shows were and tailored the tour to those interests.  Two high school girls were madly in love with Ellen and he went out of his way to give us Ellen trivia.   The best part was that we got to sit on the actual Friends TV show Central Perk couch.  We actually got to go into the prop warehouse (HUGE!!!!).  I lo...

Submitted by: Julie F.

My family and I took the 10 am tour on June 22, 2011. Our tour guide was Gary. We had a fantastic experience! All 5 of us (parents and teenagers alike) agreed that this tour was, by far and away, the highlight of our LA experience. The tour begins with a short film detailing the past and present work of WB studios, as well as a brief history of the company. It was very interesting and got is all primed for our tour. The large group was then split into tour groups and sent off with their individual tour guides. Gary (our tour guide) was a wealth of information about Warner Brothers and their current and past productions. he answered all of our questions and made sure that everyone on the tour saw what they we...

Submitted by: Dustin C.

GO DELUXE! Dean, the guy from the tour website, was my tour guide today and he was AMAZING!!! I took to Deluxe tour (completely worth the cash) and he worked hard to let us see the things we loved. Another guest on my tour LOVED "Chuck" so he broke his back trying to have us see stuff, we saw the blonde chick from the show AND took us INSIDE "Buy More". He took us into the audience seating section of "2.5 Men" and when I told him how much I like "Big Bang Theory" he too us ONTO the set. We met Russell Brand who was with a guy I recognized from British crime movies, I bumped into Hayden Panettiere, ate lunch next to the new Superman (?name) I love old movies and this dude is the ONLY person I've ever met (bes...

Submitted by: Alison W.

Sometimes the stars align and everything works out so much better than you could've possibly imagined. This is how I felt after I went on this tour. Anyways, I had friends in town who have been the LA many many times and we were looking for something cool and new to do. So someone suggested a studio tour and this was the only one that was running on a holiday Monday. So I was kinda skeptical before going on the tour, because it seemed pricey at $48. Other studio tours are a lot less. But afterwards - so worth it, especially if you're a huge TV fan like I am. When we were driving there, you pass all a residential neighborhood and some office buildings so you're not sure this could be a movie lot. But it is - ...

Submitted by: Dania B.

We selected this tour over Universal and Sony in part to the reviews here. My son is a budding filmmaker, so he was looking for some action and this tour didn't disappoint. Our guide was great, super knowlrdgable and took his tim...

Submitted by: Amy D.

This was a really fun excursion that I could remember and share with friends and family. Our guide had tons of energy and information to share with us. Although we didn't see anyone famous they were filming the Mentalist while we we...

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