• January 6, 2017 at 7:09 pm #2918
      Team YOLO !

      Part of the set from How the Grinch Stole Christmas on the Universal Studio TourUniversal Studios is where the idea of a studio tour was born—in 1915, during the Silent Movie era, when tours cost only 25 cents ($6 today).

      The tour died off during the advent of Talkies, but was resurrected in 1965 to popular demand. Over time more stops, stunts and features were added, spawning the creation of the Universal Studios Hollywood theme park.

      1-Day Park Admission $105-$110+ (includes access to the Studio Tour). Skip long lines by purchasing your tickets and a parking pass online

      Park hours vary and are viewable online

      You can splurge for the VIP Experience ($329+), which includes a VIP studio tour, front of the line access to every ride, valet parking, breakfast and lunch

      (800) UNIVERSAL

      Metro Rail: Universal City / Studio City (red); plus free shuttle bus to the park every 10-15 min

      Parking $18+

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