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Classics Made Here

Friday, March 16, 2018

Starting May 4th, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is debuting a new addition to the lineup of tours with "Classics Made Here". This exclusive classics-themed tour will be focused on Hollywood's Golden Age, featuring award-winning titles that shot on the iconic backlot throughout the years. 

The tour starts with a champagne toast to celebrate the legendary history of Warner Bros. Throughout the tour, re-trace the steps of Hollywood legends such as James Dean, Bette Davis, and Edward G. Robinson, and hear stories from behind the studio gates as you learn the history of how Warner Bros. revolutionized the entertainment business. 

Concluding at Stage 48: Script to Screen, get an up close and personal look at rare, never-before-exhibited costumes from the Warner Bros. Archive, featuring costumes worn by Audrey Hepburn, Humphery Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, and many more.

Experience Classics Made Here beginning May 4, 2018, available Fridays and Saturdays at select times. 

Romance Made Here

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Reenact the famous scene or simply relive your favorite moments on the last known exterior set from Casablanca. For one day only (Feb. 14), Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood will offer the perfect Valentine’s Day photo-op with “Romance Made Here” and a tribute to Casablanca’s 75th anniversary. Taking you closer than ever to the entertainment you love, Valentine’s Day guests will be able to pose in front of the iconic façade for a keepsake photo.

Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights

Wednesday, September 13, 2017



This past Halloween, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood transformed the backlot into a fun festival of frights featuring music, drinks, food trucks, night tours and skin-tingling walkthroughs from iconic horror movies like "IT," "The Conjuring," and "A Nightmare on Elm Street." Guests experienced a chilling look at the original props and costumes that created some of the scariest moments in the horror genre, including Pennywise's wagon and the Losers’ costumes from "IT." If you missed out on the excitement this year, be on the lookout for even more scares during next year’s 2018 Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights. 

Pretty Little Liars: Made Here - Extended Thru Sep 15th

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Our special Pretty Little Liars exhibit has come and gone, same as the show, but the memory and magic behind the scenes still live on at Stage 48: Script to Screen. As we transform the exhibit, we're adding a new mix of unforgettable costumes from the lead characters, just in time for the Halloween season. Come check out the new costumes and props from the most spooktacular Pretty Little Liars episodes that will get you in the mood to binge watch our fave teen murder mystery.


La La Land - Walk in Mia and Seb's footsteps.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Here's to the ones who dream. Along the tour route, 'La La Land' fans can still rejoice in a visit to “Café Sur Le Lot” from the Oscar winning film. Come see the outdoor location where Mia worked and shared scenes with Seb. 

Please note that this set location may be closed to the public from time to time due to production requirements.


Take a step back in time to honor the iconic and classic films that have shaped modern day film and television production. Get an in-depth look behind-the-lens of Warner Bros. Studios’ legacy with our new “Classics Made Here” Exhibit inside Stage 48: Script to Screen, featuring rare, never exhibited before costumes worn by some of the greatest stars of all time.  On the red carpet you’ll see exquisite costumes worn by Warner Bros. leading women that changed the face of film: Elizabeth Taylor, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Lauren Bacall, Olivia De Havilland and Natalie Wood.  We have beautifully crafted a recreation of the Ascot Race scene from My Fair Lady with over 20 costumes from our archive. Our leading men are memorialized with original costumes and set pieces including items worn by James Dean, Humphrey Bogart, Marlon Brando and James Cagney. Experience “Classics Made Here”  now open as part of the Studio Tour.