Upon takeoff enjoy full panoramic views of the Sydney skyline, Pacific Ocean and the historic Port Botany. Within 5 minutes your professional pilot will have you over the beautiful Sydney Harbour flying past icons such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House before heading North over Sydney’s glistening Northern beaches, en route to the Australian Walkabout Wildlife Park.
After landing, get up close and personal with the kangaroos and koalas that are waiting for you, before going on a bush tucker and bush medicine tour with your own personal ranger. Most of the animals at the Australian Walkabout Wildlife Park are not caged or fenced in, so see how many you can spot whilst wandering around the grounds.
After your tour, sit amongst the animals and enjoy a bush tucker morning tea including delicious damper, bush jams, spreads and refreshments.
Following morning tea say goodbye to your new animal friends, before returning to your helicopter for your flight back to Mascot Airport.
WonderWorks Orlando began as a Top Secret research laboratory on a remote island in the Bermuda Triangle. As legend has it, the world’s greatest scientists – led by Professor Wonder – were given the task of creating a man-made tornado and harnessing the POWER of it. During this experiment, something went awry and the power of the tornado was unleashed throughout the laboratory. This created a swirling vortex that was strong enough to rip the laboratory from its foundation. It was carried thousands of miles away and landed upside-down on the top of a brick warehouse in Orlando, Florida. Remarkably, all of the experiments remained intact and functional.
When you enter the building, everything will be upside-down, so in order to participate in the fun, you must be inverted. Step inside the inversion tunnel and be turned right side up to begin your journey. Once you are properly aligned for your adventure, family fun awaits with more than 100 hands on exhibits. Make WonderWorks a stop on your Things to Do list when visiting Orlando.
The Outta Control Dinner Show
Expect to be impressed with the Magic and Comedy of professional entertainer Tony Brent. Entertaining audiences for over fifteen years, Tony Brent combines a mixture of amazing magic, impersonations and high-energy improvisational comedy during his award winning show. Minds will be read, predictions will come true, and audience members' personal items will vanish and re-appear.
The Outta Control Dinner Show provides one-of-a-kind entertainment experience to the Orlando area with non-stop audience paricipation. The crowds don't just watch the show, they become part of it. Guests to the show receive table side service with unlimited fresh hand-tossed cheese and pepperoni pizza, salad, popcorn and unlimited beer, wine, soda and dessert.
A day of fun in the sun on the Gulf Coast of Mexico at Clearwater Beach
Enjoy a relaxing day at the beach
Café lunch to enjoy at your leisure
Free time to enjoy the beach, walk along the pier, take a swim etc
SANDWICHES (served with French fries & coleslaw)-Hot & Cold varieties
SALADS Greek-Caesar-Chef-Chicken or Tuna
PASTAS-Choice of Spaghetti-Ziti (Variety of sauces)
GREEK SPECIALS-Chicken Souvlaki-Gyros
SEAFOOD (served with French fries & coleslaw)-Fish & Chips-Grilled Grouper Sandwich
KIDS-Burgers-Hot Dog-Chicken-Fingers-Fish & Chips
Pirate Cruise (Duration 2 hours)
Go back in time and travel around the way the seafaring seadogs did. Board the famous Captain Memo’s pirate ship and join his crew of pirates for and adventure you won’t forget. Listen to the cool sounds of island reggae as you sail through the open waters keeping an eye out for dolphins. Every guest will get their choice of a soft drink, beer or wine whilst on the ship
The Paris Museum Pass will allow you free entry, without queuing and as many times as you like, to more than 60 museums (permanent collections) and monuments in Paris and the surrounding region.
Visit Paris monuments and museums as much as you like
Gain free entry
Avoid queues and cash desk
Avalailable in Paris and surrounding
You will be given a flyer gathering all you need to know about the featured museums and monuments
The Paris Museum Pass includes entrance tickets in about 50 monuments and museums, among the followings :
In Paris: Orsay Museum / Notre Dame de Paris Towers / Conciergerie / Arc of Triumph / Panthéon / Quai Branly Museum / Rodin Museum / Pompidou center ...
Paris surroundings: Vincennes Castle / Chantilly Castle / Saint Denis Cathedral / Rambouillet Castle / Versailles Palace and Trianons / Fontainebleau Castle
2 days pass available for 2 consecutive days from the first use
Exchange your printed voucher at PARISCityVISION and get the pass, 2 rue des Pyramides 75001 Paris
Metro : Pyramides, Palais Royal, Tuileries
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Entry to museums is free for children under 18 - You will not require to purchase a ticket.
Explore and absorb all the major classic sights of Melbourne - Melbourne Zoo, Royal Botanic Gardens and Melbourne Cricket Ground
professional audio tour guide
We also recommend the following experiences: SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium, Melbourne Zoo, LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Melbourne.
Want an entirely different NightLife experience? Get involved in the VIP nightlife Tour
Express entry into the Academy and access to NightLife event
30-minute private reception and two complimentary cocktails per guest
Complimentary light bites
A one-hour, behind-the-scenes tour with private viewing of the Vault—home to highlights of the Academy's renowned gem and mineral collection
Interactions with Academy researchers in the Project Lab
A reserved pass for the 8:30 pm Planetarium show
Anyone yearning to geek out inside a multimillion-dollar science museum with the added bonus of booze should head to Golden Gate
Park on Thursdays for NightLife at the California Academy of Sciences.
Since 2009, the Academy has stayed open late once a week to give the 21+ crowd full run of the place, with an ever-changing series of themed events and several temporary bars spread throughout the gigantic building.
Entertainment / Music
Multiple DJs and/or live bands performing in a variety of styles tied to the night’s theme, from house to swing to everything else under the sun.
One hundred thousand square-foot museum packed with incredible exhibits, aquariums, a replica of a rain forest, and the largest all-digital projection screen on the planet in the planetarium.
Food / Miscellaneous
Food stands offer a handful of snacks and entrées that can change weekly but usually include items like pork buns, chicken with fries, and vegetarian dishes. Private lounge available for rental.
What to Wear / Dress Code
Casual to trendy: everything from white t-shirts and jeans to dolled up duds.
Hot Nights / When to Go
Only open on Thursdays, but patrons should arrive early to avoid the lines and to check out the rainforest, which closes at 20.00
Duffy Square - Statue of Lt. Colonel Father Francis
TKTS Discount Theater ticket kiosk
Statue of George M. Cohan
Times Square Alliance Information Center
Marriott Marquis Hotel
Toys R Us
Hard Rock Cafe
One Times Square
NASDAQ Market Site
Thomson Reuters Building
New Amsterdam Theater
Conde Nast Building
Knickerbocker Hotel Building
Bank of America Building
WR Grace Building
Bryant Park Hotel
Bryant Park Cafe
Library Lions - Patience & Fortitude
New York Public Library
Lord & Taylor
Empire State Building
Little Korea aka Korea Town
51 Madison Avenue - New York Life Insurance
41 Madison Avenue - site of Jerome Mansion
Haier Building - former Greenwich Savings Bank
Statue of Dr. Jose Bonifacio Andrada
Statue of Benito Juarez
International Center for Photography
Clubhouse Row - Hotel Algonquin et al
William Jenkins Worth Cenotaph - obelisk
Madison Square Park
Metropolitan Life Insurance Tower
William Seward Statue
Ladies Mile District
Parsons School of Design of the New
Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University
Forbes Magazine Headquarters
First Presbyterian Church
Church of the Ascension (Episcopal)
Washington Square Arch
Grace Episcopal Church
The Wall by Forrest Meyers
Prada Flagship store designed by Rem Kohlhaas
Bloomingdales SoHo branch
Top Shop/Top Man store
International Culinary Academy/French
Culinary Institute with L'Ecole Restaurant
Chinatown Information Kiosk
George Westinghouse Vocational High School
WNYE Radio & Television - New York City Department of
Education Radio & Television studios
New York Technical College of the City University of New York
Brooklyn General Post Office
Fox Cable News Building
McGraw Hill Building
1251 Sixth Avenue - former Exxon Building
Barclays Capital Building - formerly Lehman Brothers HQ
Crowne Plaza Times Square Hotel
Morgan Stanley HQ
W Times Square Hotel
Museum of Sex
Marble Collegiate Church
Church of the Transfiguration ("Little Church Around the Corner")
Theodore Roosevelt United States Federal Courthouse for the
Eastern District of New York
Brooklyn War Memorial (World Wars I & II)
Old Fulton Street
Brooklyn Eagle Warehouse
Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory
Fulton Ferry Landing
Continental Army Evacuation (August 29, 1776) Marker
Fulton Ferry marker
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry railing inscription
Brooklyn Heights Promenade
Brooklyn Queens Expressway
Former St. Vincent's Home for Boys
Brooklyn House of Detention
Society of Friends (Quaker) Meeting House
Kings County Supreme Court
Brooklyn Borough Hall
Brooklyn Bridge Marriott Hotel
New York Municipal Building
AIG (former Cities Service) Building
70 Pine Street
Thurgood Marshall United States Federal Courthouse for the
Southern District of New York Hong Kong Bank Building
10 Downing Street
Winston Churchill Square
Father Demo Square
Blue Note Jazz Club
3rd Street Basketball Courts
Golden Swan Gardens
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church
Jefferson Market Courthouse Library
New York Foundling Hospital
Siegel-Cooper Building - Bed, Bath & Beyond, TJ Maxx and
Grand Lodge of the Masons (71 West 23rd Street)
Manhattan Mall - former Gimbels Department Store site
Horace Greeley statue
City University Graduate Center and Oxford
University Press (former B Altman Dept. Store)
Shearwater is a classic Newport-style schooner yacht, only recently recognized as a national landmark in 2009. The vessel was built by Rice Brother Corporation in East Boothbay, Maine, back in a time when yachting was a rare combination of elegance and adventure; Rice Bros. were well known for building luxury pleasure yachts and produced some 4,000 hulls over a period of 64 years. The keel was laid down on January 4, 1929 and a news clip from the Boothbay Register reflects alongside a photograph "Tyler Hodgon at the old Tide Mill is getting out timbers for the schooner to be built at Rice’s. Vessel to be built of native white oak." Traditionally built from hand-hewn native white oak, she was the last boat to be constructed at that yard - likely due to the ensuing Great Depression brought on by the Stock Market Crash that occurred later that autumn. East Boothbay was a small coastal town with shipbuilding being its only industry. About 40 workmen were employed for the construction of SHEARWATER.
Her designer Theodore Donald Wells was born in Hudson Falls, N Y on October 22, 1875. He was a naval architect and marine engineer, a member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and also the Institute of Naval Architects London. His education included post-graduate work at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. He began his career as a member of the firm Herreshoff and Wells, N. Y. City in 1902. Working with Herreshoff no doubt had an influence on his designs, which bear similarities to many of the famous Herreshoff designed yachts of that time. From 1903 to 1907 he worked for Wintringham and Wells and then began practicing his profession under his own name. Mr. Wells joined the Navy Department in March 1917 and became Superintending Constructor of the Baltimore District U. S. N. Notable yachts designed and constructed under his supervision are "Viking" a 272 foot steel motor yacht built for George F. Baker in 1929 by Newport News and "Karina" a three masted schooner built for Robert E. Tod in 1932 by Staten Island Shipbuilding. Mr. Tod was a well-known offshore yachtsman as was his former yacht ‘Thistle", which competed in the Emperors Cup ocean race.
SHEARWATER was launched on May 4, 1929 and photographs in the Boothbay Register reflect her graceful and elegant lines. Her first Captain, Leon Esterbrook of Edgarton, MA, arrived to take charge of the fitting out. Her owner Charles E Dunlap was a member of the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, Oyster Bay, NY and this became SHEARWATER’s first homeport after her completion in late September 1929. It was there in Oyster Bay that she first started to thrill those who sailed in luxury aboard her and those who were privileged to crew her on race day.
Since her launching and documentation in Lloyd’s Register of American Yachts in 1929, she has had a colorful history and has been carefully maintained and restored to standards that few contemporary vessels are able to match and is truly a piece of American Maritime History.
On November 7, 1942 SHEARWATER was requisitioned by the War Shipping Administration and became a member of The United States Coast Guard’s Coastal Picket Patrol during World War Two. She was painted gray and bore the numbers CG67004. Based at Little Creek, Virginia she patrolled the waters east of the Chesapeake Bay entrance and south towards Cape Hatteras. Her skipper during that period reflected on how they used their free time while out on submarine patrol to race against other yachts and in his own words "sailed in tandem with the schooner Lord Jim, racing in and out of port, up and down the east coast and winning." She was designed and built as a gaff rigged schooner but during this period was changed to a Marconi rig. She carries over 2,550 square feet while under full sail.
A true veteran world cruiser, she first transited the Panama Canal in July 1946 and in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s completed a two and a half-year global circumnavigation.
In December 1971 Mrs. John B. Thayer of Rosemont, wife of a former trustee and treasurer, donated SHEARWATER to the University of Pennsylvania’s Institute of Environmental Medicine. She was used by the university as a laboratory for research on physiological responses to the stresses of living and working underwater. Captained by James Shearson, she was fitted with compressors, generators, monitoring instruments and a small decompression chamber.
She has participated in many Ancient Mariner and Classic yacht races in U S waters as well as racing in the Bay of Islands in New Zealand while on her circumnavigation in the early 1980’s. It is rumored she was once dismasted in the famous Newport to Bermuda race. She was last raced by the current owners in San Diego in May 1995 in the American Schooner Cup and finished second overall.
She entered the yacht charter industry in 1966 whilst on the West Coast sailing to the Channel Islands and was again used to generate income to keep her shipshape while owned by the University of Pennsylvania. During the chartering industry’s infancy in the Caribbean, SHEARWATER was known as the " Queen of the Fleet". Today she continues this tradition offering the most unique sailing experience and has passed rigid Coast Guard inspections and can carry up to 49 passengers.
We welcome you to join us for an excellent opportunity to experience the ambiance of a vintage sailing vessel while delighting in the splendors of The Manhattan sky-line, the Statue of Liberty or the beauty of the oceans beyond.
Ultimate Drive (a subsidiary of supercar and luxury auto distributor EuroSports Global Ltd SGX Symbol-5G1) is pleased to bring Supercars to the mass market so that “Everyone can drive a Supercar”. Experience the thrill of driving on the official F1 circuit in a supercar! We offer thrill seekers the opportunity to drive our fleet of exotic cars from manufacturers including Ferrari, Lamborghini, and more. Unleash the power of the straights of the freeway, or cruise the coastline. Test your mettle behind the wheel or sit back and let one of our Experienced Professional Drivers show you what these cars can do.
The Official F1 Circuit goes by Bayfront Avenue, Esplanade Drive, City Hall & Raffles Boulevard! Unleash the power roaring on the straights of the town or simply cruise along the city feeling the wind in your hair.
This booking is valid for the Lamborghini Huracan for 45 minutes only:
Customers MUST bring along their original driving license, with a min of 2 years driving experience.
Madam Tussauds Amsterdam
Enjoy the glitter and glamour of Madame Tussauds Amsterdam.
With 10 interactive zones and an amazing television studio, you will have the opportunity to meet and greet your heroes. From the Dutch Royal Family, world famous DJ’s Martin Garrix and Armin van Buuren, artists like Vincent van Gogh and Rembrandt van Rijn and of course your real Marvel superheroes.
Dive into the studio and sing a duet with Adele, take a picture with your favourite actors such as Michiel Huisman and Ryan Gosling or project your face on Zayn Malik’s chest.
Step in front of the camera in the brand new television studio and create your own talk show. The autocue is ready for you. Time for action! Time for superstars! Time for Madame Tussauds Amsterdam!
The Amsterdam Dungeon
Do you have a great sense of humour and nerves of steel? Then you are at the right place in the Amsterdam Dungeon.
Come face to face with over 500 years of Amsterdam’s darkest history. The chillingly amusing characters of the ‘bad old days’ come to life before you in all their glory. You will be able to see and sense them during the thrilling attraction
The Gallows Fields
The place where the bodies would be put on display for the people; a reminder of your fate if you were ever to commit a crime. The dangling corpses were the hallmark for an “effectively functioning” legal system.
You would think this place would be avoided by everyone, however, the contrary was true, it was an attraction.
Murder on the Zeedijk
Immerse yourself into this ghost story and meet the ravishing Dina and her less refined sister Helena, in the oldest streets of Amsterdam with it's haunting history
Hell on the Batavia
Feel the fear creep up on you aboard the 17th century VOC ship, the Batavia
With 38 tour stops across the 7 routes offered, there’s plenty to explore! Passengers can hop-on and hop-off at any of the tour stops during the time-period covered by their chosen ticket.
Some of the many notable tour stops include:
1 - Dubai Mall
2 - Etihad Museum
3 - Jumeirah Mosque
4 - La Mer Beach
5 - Mercato Mall
6 - Public Beach Umm Suqeim
7 - Burj Al Arab
8 - Souk Madinat Jumeirah
9 - Dubai Police Academy Museum
10 - Mall of the Emirates
Upon arrival, you will receive a map with a full list of the tour stops covered across each route.
If you’d prefer, stay on the tour for a full loop:
Loops vary between 1hr 30 minutes to 2hr 40 minutes.
• Green Route is available to cruise passengers only.
• Vouchers must be printed to be exchanged for a City Sightseeing bus ticket in location.
• The audio commentary is available in the following languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Hindi, Turkish, Farsi, Arabic
• Buses are wheelchair accessible.
Hollywood Made Here!
Touch, tour and explore the iconic 110-acre backlot
Visit the actual working sets and soundstages
Explore the legendary Prop Department
Sit in the iconic couch from FRIENDS
Discover the expansive Picture Car Vault
Learn how we make movies - Stage 48: Script to Screen
The Legacy Room
Tours are French. Also available in English daily and in Spanish (Monday to Friday at 09:30/12:00/15:00)
Backlots and soundstages
Housed on our 110-acre studio backlot, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Archive features two floors of iconic memorabilia that tells the story of how all of your favorite movies and TV shows came to life.
NOW OPEN! DC UNIVERSE:THE EXHIBIT
This interactive exhibit pays homage to the origins of DC Comics, including original comic books featuring all seven Super Heroes of the Justice League. Studio Tour guests will be able to play three of WB Games' most popular DC games: Batman: Arkham Knight, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and Lego Batman. Additionally, guests will be able to explore authentic props and costumes from "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and an exclusive sneak peek at David Ayer's upcoming "Suicide Squad" on a rotating basis.
Highlights of the interactive experience include the original Belle Reve prison cell set once occupied by Harley Quinn (portrayed on-screen by Margot Robbie) in “Suicide Squad,” as well as the Bat lab in the Batcave from Ben Affleck’s first outing as Batman in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" Guests will have the opportunity to interact with Kryptonite, Superman’s sole weakness and see striking Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman costumes.The authentic costumes of Lois, Clark, Alfred, and Bruce Wayne, original Bat Lab in the Bat Cave set pieces, and much more will also be on display.
THE HARRY POTTER EXHIBIT
Reveal the magic of the celebrated HARRY POTTER film series when you visit the Archive. For a limited time, you’ll see many of the costumes and props that appeared in all eight blockbuster movies. Get sorted by the sorting hat and see what house you belong to.
The Picture Car Vault
Our Picture Car Vault has been transformed into the BATCAVE. For a limited time, you can see all the incredible Batmobiles used in the celebrated film series like the TUMBLER, the BATHAMMER, the BAT-POD, and more.
The Prop Department
Home to more than 450,000 registered artifacts, the Warner Bros. Prop Department contains countless treasures used in nearly a century's worth of entertainment. From Casablanca to The Hangover, you'll see history unfold right before your eyes during your journey through the largest prop department in the world.
Stage 48: Script to screen
Our L.A studio tour guests will be able to discover firsthand how our TV programs and movies are created from start to finish in this new interactive soundstage.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood proudly presents Stage 48: Script to Screen. This interactive soundstage explores phases of the film and television production process. Here is where you see how Hollywood is made.
Our knowledgeable tour guides will happily answer all of your production-related questions—and reveal even more of Hollywood’s best-kept secrets—during this 45-minute, self-guided experience at one of the best things to do in Los Angeles.
FROM SCREENWRITING AND CASTING, TO AUDIO MIXING AND THE GLORY OF AWARDS SEASON, GUESTS WILL ENJOY A TRULY IMMERSIVE LOOK AT HOW THE MAGIC OF HOLLYWOOD IS MADE.
Before the first camera rolls, the writing and casting phase must be picture perfect. Our pre-production soundstage brings these key components into focus. Here, you can build your very own Batmobile at one of our interactive design stations and shift your creativity into overdrive!
As you experience one of the best attractions in LA, you’ll gain insight into the craft of costume design from the talented artists behind the wardrobes featured in Sweeney Todd and Man of Steel. Plus, our interactive design stations let you design your own costume with styles inspired by the fabrics, headpieces and gowns seen in Camelot, Sweeney Todd and The Great Gatsby. Our pre-production experience also includes a high-definition touch screen casting table where you can view the authentic headshots and audition reels from some of your favorite actors like Oscar® winner Leonardo DiCaprio, the cast of The Vampire Diaries, and more!
In production, you’ll learn firsthand how actors and directors make the unforgettable scenes that keep you glued to your seat.
Our production soundstage features the authentic Central Perk set from the hit TV show Friends where you can record a real screen test and reenact scenes from one of the funniest episodes.
Fans of The Lord of the Rings films visiting the Los Angeles can return to Middle-earth and be a part of the mind-bending special effect known as ‘forced perspective filming’, as seen in The Fellowship of the Ring. Don’t forget to take plenty of pictures! Our production soundstage also includes the famous Malibu beach house set from Two and a Half Men, the authentic Russian Soyuz capsule from the 2013 science fiction thriller Gravity, and much more.
The final finishing touches that turn a director’s vision into reality are added in post-production. Join in the movie making magic yourself by riding the Nimbus 2000 or Firebolt brooms seen in the Harry Potter film series or ride the Bat-pod through the streets of Gotham in our green screen experience just like the actors do while filming. We’ll also reveal the secrets behind the visual effect known as ‘motion capture.’
You’ll also see how green screen technology was used to create the celestial, deep space visuals in Gravity and the thrilling fight sequences in The Matrix. Our post-production soundstage includes a fully equipped, state-of-the-art recording studio. Once inside, you’ll learn how speech, sound effects and music are all added to film by examining the soundtrack from Gravity, which won Oscars® for Sound Editing and Sound Mixing.
THE WARNER BROS. LEGACY ROOM
The Warner Bros. Legacy Room is a striking visual testament to the passion, creativity and determination of the studio’s four founding brothers—Albert, Jack, Sam and Harry Warner. Along with a towering collection of awards the studio has earned, the room features many iconic costumes and props from some of the biggest movies and television shows in entertainment history.
On display, guests will see Harry Callahan’s handgun from Dirty Harry, Maggie’s boxing gloves from Million Dollar Baby, the authentic Blimp Model featured in the science fiction classic Blade Runner, and many more unforgettable pieces from the Warner Bros. archives.BATMAN
Amenities Studio Cafe
Studio Retail Store