The Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood will welcome back visitors startingJune 26.
The Burbank entertainment company will initially host tours of its backlot and buildings on weekends only through July 11. Starting July 15, the tour will run five days a week, remaining closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Tours will depart every 30 minutes from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.New to the tour are the “Storytelling Showcase,” where guests can explore the evolution of Warner Bros.’ nearly 100-year history; and “Action and Magic Made Here,” grand finale, where they’ll experience the universe of DC superheroes and super-villains and step behind-the-scenes of “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” with interactive experiences, props, costumes and photo opportunities.
Concluding the tour is a display of treasures from Warner Bros.’ most beloved films and TV shows in the “Celebration of Awards Season.” The exhibit spotlights props and costumes from classic films, such as 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.”Danny Kahn, general manager of the tour, said that the studio is thrilled to welcome back visitors after being closed for 15 months due to the pandemic.
“Our new experiences will take guests on a journey through our history, show them how we bring stories to life and explore beloved memorabilia from the DC Universe and Wizarding World (of Harry Potter),” Kahn said in a statement.
The newly refurbished Welcome Center includes the studio store, which will be open to the general public not taking the tour. The store offers the only in-person shopping experience with exclusive merchandise from the studio’s films and TV shows. Merchandise from the store will also be available to purchase online later this year.Tickets are available online for $69 for adults (ages 11 and up) and $59 for children between 5 and 10. Additionally, Southern California residents are eligible for a special weekday-only rate of $57 through Sept. 30.