Warner Bros. Studio Tour
This post will provide information about visiting the Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood. We will cover tours, tickets, discounts, attractions to see here and other important details.
HOW MUCH WILL TICKETS TO WARNER BROS. STUDIOS HOLLYWOOD COST?
Depending on which tour you take, the cost will run between $69 – $79 per adult or $59 – $69 per child, though there is a deluxe tour for $295/person.
There are currently three tours you can take, each with a different focus.
Don’t forget that some of these tours are available with either combo tickets or Los Angeles tourist passes. Check our discounts section for more details.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour
This is the main tour offered at Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood. Visitors are given a 2 hour guided tour around the studio and 1 hour to explore the area on a self-guided tour.
Guests can expect to see various backlots and soundstages, as well as popular attractions like DC Universe: The Exhibit and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
These tours are offered in English, Spanish, French, and Mandarin. There are also ASL tours available upon advanced request.
- Ticket Prices: $69/Adults | $59/Children
- Tickets are $3 more when purchased on-site
- Availability: Daily at 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm & 2 pm
- Duration: 3 hours
- Purchase tickets or learn more.
NOTE: This tour is included at a lower price with the Go Los Angeles Card. Make sure to read our discounts section for additional information.
Classics Studio Tour
Unlike their main tour, this service will cover more of the history of Warner Bros. and some of the notable films that have been shot on the backlot from the early days of the studio until the 1970s.
Visitors can expect to see sites such as the cafe from Casablanca and Midwest Street, a set that has been used for several films such as Rebel Without a Cause and The Music Man.
The guided tour lasts for between 2 – 2 ½ hours, and you’ll be given another hour to take a self-guided tour with access to the Warner Bros. Archive.
- Ticket Prices: $79 per person
- Availability: Daily at 3:30 pm
- Duration: 3 ½ hours
- Includes champagne toast
- Purchase tickets or learn more.
Deluxe Studio Tour
This is an extended version of their main tour which includes a lot of additional activities.
Visitors who take the deluxe studio tour will see the costume department and the property department, and they will be treated to lunch at Warner Bros. Commissary Fine Dining Room.
Deluxe tickets also include access to an exclusive private screening room for a short presentation about the history of the studio.
- Ticket Prices: $295 per person
- Availability: Mon – Fri at 9 am & 10 am
- Duration: 5 hours
- Includes free lunch
- Purchase tickets or learn more.
In this section, we will cover some of the best ways to save money on tickets to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour.
We will provide details about tourist passes, combo packages, and other available discounts.
Tourist Attraction Discount Passes
There are a few tourist passes that offer admission to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour.
While some services allow you to pay one flat price for a variety of different activities, others offer a specific discount on popular attractions.
These passes also usually offer skip-the-line privileges at some locations, making it easy to save time while exploring Los Angeles
- Go Los Angeles Card
- Build Your Own Pass
- Starline Attraction Pass
Pass holders can expect to save anywhere from 20-55% off regular admission prices depending on the type of pass you purchase.
In addition to covering the price of this studio tour, these passes may also include the following activities and attractions at no additional cost:
- Universal Studios Hollywood
- Sony Pictures Studio Tours
- TCL Chinese Theatre Tour
- Six Flags Magic Mountain
- Aquarium of the Pacific
- Dolby Theatre Tour
- Knott’s Berry Farm
- Madame Tussauds
- And more!
If you plan on visiting even just a few of these locations while in the city, using one of these passes could save you a lot of money.
Read our post covering Los Angeles tourist passes for more information.
There are a few different combo packages available which include the Warner Bros. Studio Tour.
These services typically include 2-3 activities for one flat price, providing a discount on the overall cost of tickets.
Apart from their attraction pass, Starline also provides some combo packages that you can use to save money on popular activities.
- Warner Bros. Studio Tour + Transportation (affiliate disclosure)
- Ticket Prices: $104/Adults | $94/Children
- Includes transportation to and from the studio
- Warner Bros. Studio Tour + Movie Stars Home Tour – (affiliate disclosure)
- Ticket Prices: $139/Adults | $119/Children
- Includes a movie stars home tour in Hollywood
These are both excellent alternatives for visitors who don’t feel like paying for an entire tourist pass just to get a good deal on tickets to the studio tour.
THINGS TO SEE AT WARNER BROS. STUDIO
Some of the most beloved films of all time were shot at Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood. As such, there are a lot of notable sets and sound stages on the backlot.
This section will include details about some of the more notable attractions to see while you’re taking the tour.
Discover some of the most notable filming locations at Warner Bros. Studio by exploring their exterior sets.
Here are a few sites to look for while you’re here:
- Gotham City Police Headquarters | Batman (1989)
- Building 61, Embassy Courthouse
- Fire Escape | Spider-man (2002)
- Hennesy Street
- Leon’s Hotel | Blade Runner (1982)
- New York Street
- Hazzard County Courthouse | The Dukes of Hazzard (1979)
- Midwest Business Street
The Wizarding World
This exhibit includes a variety of interesting costumes and props used in both the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films.
Visitors can expect to see things like the sorting hat, Dobby the House Elf, and outfits worn by Queenie, Tina, Newt, and other popular characters.
You can also see original storyboards that were used during the filming process!
Fans of the Batman film franchise will cherish the opportunity to see some of the more notable vehicles from the past 30 years of movies.
Some of the more notable items on display include the original Batmobile from Batman (1989), The Tumbler/Batpod from The Dark Knight (2008), and Joker’s car from Suicide Squad (2016).
Many of these vehicle designs went on to inspire cartoons and comic books in the Batman universe, so it’s definitely a must-see attraction if you’re a fan of the superhero.
After you’re done checking out Batman’s vehicles (or perhaps before), head to this exhibit covering some of the other popular DC characters who have made an appearance in Warner Bros. films.
Currently, this exhibition includes two sections: one devoted to Aquaman and the other focused on Wonder Woman.
Visitors will have an opportunity to see several props and costumes used during filming for each movie, including the outfits worn by both popular superheroes!
Central Perk Cafe
Visit the cafe where the cast of Friends (1994) once hung out and take a seat on the couch to re-enact a scene during a screen test.
This set is a working replica, which means you can actually record a scene while you’re here.
There is also an actual cafe on site that sells coffee and a variety of items related to the hit television show.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
This section will help you plan your visit with directions to Warner Bros. Studio Hollywood, the best times to visit, and security measures to be aware of.
How to Get Here
Warner Bros. Studio is located just North of the Hollywood sign at 3400 Warner Blvd. in Burbank, California.
The closest bus stops are just a few blocks away on W Olive Avenue, and they are serviced by lines 501 and 549.
Alternatively, you can also take the Metro red line to North Hollywood station and take the 501 bus from there.
Needless to say, the Starline combo ticket which includes transportation to and from the studio is another easy option.
If all else fails, you can always use a rideshare service or drive up on your own – but it is important to note that parking will cost $15 per vehicle.
Best Times to Visit
Since they offer timed tickets for the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, you can rest assured that pretty much any time is a good time to visit.
That said, it should be noted that the studio is open daily from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm with tours available throughout the day.
The time you arrive will depend on what type of tour you take, and you can find more information about this in our studio tours section.
There are a few things visitors should keep in mind before they head to Warner Bros. Studio.
- All guests 18+ need a government-issued photo ID to enter a tour. This could be any one of the following:
- A Driver’s license.
- A State ID card.
- A valid passport.
- Children must be 8 years of age or older. All visitors age 8-17 must be accompanied by an adult.
- While some parts of the tour may be photographed, others will be off-limits to photography. Your tour guide will let you know when you can take pictures. Video is not allowed.
- There is no official dress code, but it is recommended to dress comfortably, as you will likely be doing quite a bit of walking.
- You will need to pass through a metal detector before entering the studio. Bags will also be subject to screening.