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4.3 / 5

based on 907 reviews

This by far was on my to do wish list.... ✔check now accomplished! I had such an AMAZING experience flying around some of California in the helicopter on my Birthday for the very first time ever! The whole entire crew/staff and my helicopter pilot were very hospitable and courteous to me upon my arrival. I even received a courtesy call on my way there to the helicopter charted tours from Trevor Perrin the Operations Mgr at "Orbic Air" just to confirm my reservation for that day as I was running a bit behind my reserved schedule due to LA traffic. I HIGHLY recommend anyone who may be thinking about flying in a helicopter someday to just do it, and do it with THIS particular professional chartered company. I believe that you won't regret it.

I was in town for business and went for a tour by myself. You get to see the lot and walk around a bit. The tour guide is really engaged and energizing. I wore shorts and a T-shirt because it was warm at first but I got chilly in the shadows. So pack a sweater or something. It was cool to see sets like the Ellen show, Friends, Big Bang Theory, etc. When the tour guide dropped us off at studio 48 I noted that I was the only one who gave him a tip. Please don’t forget to do this before you enter studio 48.

Really informative studios tour. You have the chance to see the most famous movies sets, pros and costumes. Also a part dedicated to visual and sounds effects was really interesting. Highly recommended

The pilot was awesome he recommended sky diving and I just jumped off a plane and landed safely amazing experience gentleman your lady needs to experience this!!!

Great tour, though very disappointed in the Archive, as it focused on very few recent movies. I would have expect an archive to be more wide-ranging.