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I don’t think the $42 was too pricey as I L-O-V-E Gilmore Girls and enjoyed every second of the tour. We got to watch a scene from Cold Case with Danny Pino, and our tour guide was really funny.
Was inside of Lorelai’s garage while the others stayed in the cart, haha.
The WB museum wasn’t that huge, but quite fun anyway. An entire floor was dedicated to Harry Potter, and I was sorted by the original sorting hat from the first movie into Hufflepuff. I always thought I was a Ravenclaw..over 6 years ago
I didn’t pay for the Studio Tour. We have a friend who works the museum as a docent, so she gave us a private version.
The museum was disappointing – very small for it being the only one of it’s kind for WB. The second floor is entirely dedicated to the Harry Potter films, which was interesting, but nothing more.
The talent in the special fx makeup was amazing though.
But, why I list this as not worth visiting is because I found out the price of a tour – and that’s just silly. They’re just studios! Sets and stages and fronts of houses!
Anyway, it was a fun day regardless of where we were.over 6 years ago
We went on a really hot day in April 2001 when most of the people in LA were at the beach. We didn’t have to wait in a queue for a ticket. We had fun going round the studios in a cart. We went inside the wardrobe dept and the props/furniture dept.
I learnt a lot about studios and the film industry. A good eyeopener. No rollercoasters or rides but this studio tour is about the studio and films.
My best moment, which I had to wait ages and ages for as it was near the end of the tour, was visiting the ambulance bay of the ER set. WOWover 7 years ago
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