Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood reopens
Upon arrival, guests enter the "Storytelling Showcase" and discover the world of Warner Bros., examining the breadth of the studio's film, TV and animation titles, as well as the technological innovations from its cinema chain origins in 1923 through its nearly 100-year journey to become one of the biggest entertainment companies in the world.
After guests tour the lot with one of their expert tour guides, they will arrive at Stage 48: Script to Screen, the Studio Tour's interactive sound stage where they can immerse themselves in the technology and methods of production, revel in the Central Perk set from Friends and Sheldon's apartment set from The Big Bang Theory before dining at their very own Central Perk Café.
From Stage 48, guests will head to "Action and Magic Made Here" grand finale, where they'll experience the universe of DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains and step behind-the-scenes of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts with all new interactive experiences, props, costumes and memorable photo opportunities.
DC fans will enter Batman's secret lair and explore the all-new Batcave, where they 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.
Memorable photo ops include the Lasso of Hestia from the hit sequel Wonder Woman 1984, Jared Leto's Joker and Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn costumes from Suicide Squad, Poison Ivy in front of the actual Arkham Asylum gates featured in Joel Schumacher's Batman and Robin and so much more from Aquaman, Superman and Zack Snyder's Justice League.
The journey continues as guests explore recreated sets from Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts where fans can dabble in the art of potion-making, snap an unforgettable photo inside Harry's cupboard under the stairs at 4 Privet Drive or be surrounded by Hogwarts acceptance letters at the Dursleys' fireplace, test their wand choreography skills, and learn more about the magical creatures from Fantastic Beasts in Newt Scamander's Shed of Magical Creatures.
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 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.
In the Personalization Area, fans can bring their fandom to life and choose from a host of personalization options, including engraving a wand, a replica award, and more.
Upon reopening, the Studio Tour will be open on weekends, from June 26 through July 11, with the Tour also being open on July 5. From July 15, the Studio Tour will operate 5 days a week and remain closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Tours will depart from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM with departures every 30 minutes. Tickets are available online for $69 for adults (ages 11 and up) and $59 for children ages 5 to 10 at wbstudiotour.com (advanced reservations will be required). Additionally, Southern California residents are eligible for a special rate of $57 on weekdays only, through September 30, 2021. ■