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 in Spanish (Monday to Friday at 09:30/12:00/15:00) Also available in English.
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
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