La visite des studios Warner Bros. à Hollywood vous rapprochera du monde des divertissements que vous connaissez et appréciez. Touchez, visitez et explorez les plateaux emblématiques qui s’étendent sur 44 hectares, où ont été tournés Batman, Friends et The Big Bang Theory. Ensuite, vous aurez la possibilité de vous promener dans les rues bordées de palmiers des banlieues luxueuses, comme Beverly Hills, pour découvrir les maisons de nombreuses célébrités. Cette excursion est limitée à 13 personnes, pour vous garantir une expérience en petit groupe avec un guide.
I found out the night before that I wasn't just going to Warner Brothers, but I would be going to the Hollywood area for about two and a half hours first. I had already been there earlier in the week, so I wasn't too happy about that. After arriving at the company's main office at 8:30 a.m., I was told I'd be back at the Anaheim hotel by 6:00. Once I got on the bus, I found out that I would first have to go to Universal Studios for a drop off, then Hollywood for the two and a half hours, then I'd do my Warner Brothers Tour and then I'd have to go to Universal City Walk at 5:00 and wait for the Universal Studios people from our bus who wouldn't be meeting us until 7:15. We would then get back around 8:45 to 9:00 p.m. I told the bus driver that I was told I'd be back at 6:00 p.m. Later she arranged for me to ride back to Anaheim with another employee and a family of four. We left at 4:45 and arrived back at 6:30. This was very nice of them, but it would have been nice if the company would have been upfront about the timeline of the day. It would have been almost a twelve hour day when all I wanted to see was the Warner Brothers Tour. Make sure you ask questions about this tour. It is not as stated as online.
We were picked up on time at our hotel in Anaheim, dropped off at the Starline tours depot and then we boarded a large greyhound style bus which we took to Hollywood Blvd. drop off point right by the Madame Tussard's. We opted out of the Stars Homes tour and instead we had around 2-3 hours to look around. We went to Madame Tussard's Wax museum which we all enjoyed - 2 adults and 3 teens, and then to lunch at The Hard Rock Cafe. Only wish we'd had a bit more time to shop as they had a fantastic Marshall's store right across from where we were picked up from our bus with some nice discounted designer bags Kate Spade and clothes. The Warner Bros Studio tour was really enjoyable. It was quite different from the Universal Studios Tour. Lot's of behind the scenes things to see ie. props department, sound stages and then you end up at the museum/cafe. Overall, a really fun day.