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Sunday morning, my parents and I headed over to Burbank for the Warner Brothers VIP tour. It was on my LA Bucket List, so I was pretty excited to finally check it off my list.

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We got to the Warner Brothers Studio around 9:30, about a half hour earlier than our tour was scheduled to start. There were some openings left for the 9:45 tour, so we had a short wait.

Our tour started with a short video about the history of Warner Brothers. Then we met our tour guide and headed to our tram. Our tour guide was friendly and very knowledgeable.

Some highlights:

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Look! It’s the church from Gilmore Girls!  Sadly, Luke’s Diner was under construction, so I couldn’t embrace the full Gilmore spirit. I was still pretty psyched. (Note: I was lame and didn’t take many pictures…this one is credited to: tripadvisor.com)

We weren’t allowed to take photos inside the sound stages, but we were able to see the sets for Two and Half Men, Big Bang Theory, and The Ellen Show. So cool!

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The tour wrapped up on the Warner Brothers museum. There were costumes and artifacts on the first floor, which included a Haley James CD from One Tree Hill and the piano with Charlie’s ashes from Two and Half Men. The second floor was devoted to Harry Potter. I got to see his wand! And Aragog. Man, that thing is creepy.

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It was a great tour! I’m not really into movies, so I didn’t recognize a lot of the sets, but it was still fun nonetheless. If you are a TV/film fan, I highly recommend the tour.

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