Feel like a movie star for the day as you explore the Warner Brothers studio lot and get a taste for LA celebrity culture on this 4- to 5-hour excursion. Explore Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, a real working Hollywood studio where you get closer to the entertainment you love. Explore outdoor sets and soundstages where some of the most iconic Film and TV Shows have been filmed such as Ellen, The Big Bang Theory, Pretty Little Liars, La La Land, and Gilmore Girls. Then visit the current or one-time homes of celebrities like Halle Berry, Tom Cruise, Ozzy Osbourne, and check out landmarks like the Hollywood Sign, Chateau Marmont and Rodeo Drive. Round-trip hotel transport for morning tour participants is also covered.
Full-day Hollywood combo including the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood and celebrity homes tour
Get a behind-the-scenes look at TV and movie sets with a guide
See current and former homes of iconic celebrities like Halle Berry, Tom Cruise and Marilyn Monroe
Explore Hollywood hangouts like Rodeo Drive and the Chateau Marmont
We were visiting Universal Studios with our 10 & 11 yr old sons and wanted to take a day and let them see the sights in Hollywood and Beverly Hills. They both enjoyed it, but were definitely ready to call it a day 7 hours later! The bus picked us up at the hotel at 8:30 and dropped us off at 3:45, I would recommend a good breakfast before that and make sure to eat at the warner bros café before you start the 2nd tour. Phil was our guide for the Movie stars' homes tour. He was fabulous, very knowledgeable about the area and the stars' homes. My boys said their favorite part was doing a U-turn in Lady Gaga's driveway! (it was more like in her cul-de-sac!)
The Warner bros part was good but the movie stars one was very long and bit much to see. Just went into their neighbourhood's. They could of done drop off with that tour straight after as we went past all the hotel places but it dragged on as we were all taken back to base and then dropped off which is so much longer in the la traffic
I give this Starline shuttle service a resounding ZERO I would give them negative stars if that was possible. The service from our hotel to LAX was disastrous and the driver point blank refused to help and so did the company when I called. Dispatch was too chicken to speak to me at all and Reservation had no control over anything, according to them, so they did nothing also. Nabel was a very old man that kept telling me not to upset him because he had to drive so after about 10 times I told him that he should not be doing this job and that finally shut him up. I realize that I have not provided specifics but there is too much to explain, the fact that when there was a problem my description of how it was handled should be enough! Besides this transfer we also took a tour with them and we had to change buses 5 times it was ridiculous!! I highly recommend that no one use this service and maybe they will go out of business because they definitely do not know how to run a business.
The movie star's homes tour was overbooked. I had to sit in the cab with the driver while my husband had to sit in the very last seat because of the way we were told we needed to board the vehicle. Sitting in the cab next to the driver impaired my view of the sights and prevented me from taking pictures of anything but the head of the driver and the cab of the vehicle. The vehicle also whizzed by most of the houses so we were unable to look at them.
The driver of the vehicle was wonderful, happy and entertaining.
We booked the Warner Bros. Studio tours and Stars home through Trip Advisor. The website brought us to Viator. Our excursion is through Starline Tours. It seems that Starline Tours is a reputable company. Well organized. The agents are professional and knowledgeable. In speaking with our agent, she told us her favorite tour and why she liked it so much. This was a great insight for us. We booked an additional tour based on her recommendation and she was right. We enjoyed it.
Warner Bros. was fascinating. Our three teens were star struck. Meg, our tram tour guide is a doll. She is enthusiastic and knowledgeable. She provided fascinating tidbits regarding sets and film industry as well as behind the scene information. She clearly enjoys her job and did her homework.
The tour takes you around the lot. You stop and get off at Small Town, USA where Meg took us through homes and explained the use of the homes and the magic of filming. Production companies are very economical. We enjoyed listening to the many uses of each home .
At the end of the tour Meg dropped us off at Central Perk and we visited the Friends couch and took photos. We walked around took pictures various exhibits. Our favorite is the Perspective table. Really cool!!
Its like a mini museum. Props and sets full of information.