This 110-acre studio on the Valley-side of the Hollywood Hills has served as the home of Warner Bros. since 1928. Since then, the studio has hosted production on a seemingly endless list of iconic movies and TV shows, including Casablanca, Looney Tunes, Friends and Ellen. Today, you can tour the backlot and soundstages on the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood.
Don't be fooled: there are more things to do in Burbank than movie studio tours. In fact, neither Disney nor Nickelodeon offer tours, and NBC has moved most of its productions out of the city. That leaves you with plenty of time to explore the rest of what the San Fernando Valley city has to offer. Positioned between Griffith Park and the Verdugo Mountains, Burbank is one of the most walkable cities in the Valley, with its tree-lined main drag on San Fernando Boulevard and its eclectic mix of storefronts on Magnolia Boulevard. Get to know the city's best parks, museums and more with these great things to do in Burbank.
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