The magic happens all over LA, but if you’re hoping to stay somewhere close to the birthplace of many of your favorite movie moments, you’re going to want to visit Warner Brothers Studios in Los Angeles. This historic location is the place where the very first talking motion picture was filmed: “The Jazz Singer”, in 1927. Because of this, it was recently deemed a Historic Cultural Landmark, and as such, is opened to visitors from all across the world.
It’s worth noting that the studio itself is no longer used by Warner Brothers in the modern day, but that, after a short hiatus in the 1930's when it was converted into a sporting arena and bowling alley, it is once again part of the entertainment world thanks to Paramount and KTLA, who both use the premises to shoot television programs. Visitors can see these studios in action and also find quite a lot of memorabilia from the stars of yesterday including Gene Autry, Cecil B. DeMille, and more.
Address: 3400 Riverside Drive, Burbank, CA 91505, United States
Phone: (877) 492-8687
Open hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm