Frequent question: How do I book a Universal Studio tour?

How much is Universal backlot tour?

There is a special VIP tour of the back lots at Universal Studios where they do take you to actual sound stages; do a search at the Universal website. Its pricey, about $300 per person, but if that’s what you’re looking for, it doesn’t require theme park admission.

How much does a VIP pass cost at Universal Studios?

The VIP Experience is the most exclusive way for someone who’s not related to Steven Spielberg, to go behind the scenes at the world’s largest movie studio and theme park. It’s the ultimate way to visit Universal Studios Hollywood but it’s not cheap … it costs $299 per person.

Do you have to pay for the rides at Universal Studios?

Yes the rides are included as well as the tram tour of the studios. Parking is not included, general parking is around $10 a car and you walk through the shopping/restaurant area to get to the park entrance.

Can you walk around Universal Studios for free?

Universal CityWalk isn’t just the place to be — it’s also completely free thanks to complimentary admission all day, every day.

Can you visit Nickelodeon studios in LA?

You can book your tickets online. Paramount’s two-hour studio tour costs $45 and takes you around the facility where “Glee” and Nickelodeon’s “Big Time Rush” shoot. There’s no online booking; you’ll have to call 323-956-1777 to reserve a date and time.

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Is the Universal Studio Tour scary?

The tour is pretty difficult to gauge with regard to intensity. While not traditionally intense like Universal’s other thrill rides (such as Jurassic Park or Revenge of the Mummy), the Studio Tour definitely not for the faint of heart. Expect very loud sounds and intense shaking, coupled with water and fire effects.