A Day with Friends at Warner Bros Studio, LA


If you’re a fan of the iconic TV show “Friends”, then a visit to the Warner Bros Studio in Los Angeles is a must! This blog post will guide you through the experience, including costs and travel tips, to ensure you have an unforgettable time.

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The Experience

The Warner Bros Studio Tour is a unique opportunity to visit some of the most iconic sets from Friends. This isn’t a 100% Friends-themed tour, but rather a studio tour that takes you to various sets and backlots, including ones seen in Friends. As of 2021, there’s even more to offer for Friends fans, including a full-on “Central Perk Café” and Friends boutique, where you can grab a coffee amidst recreated apartment sets.

Central Perk Cafe

I managed to get The Joey which one will you prefer. Some context in the cafe you can order your favrouite drinks which are named on your favrouite F.R.I.E.N.D.S characters.

Central Perk Cafe Warner Bros. Studio LA

You can even get your image clicked on the iconic sofa set in central perk or at the original  Fountrain used in the show’s begning 😀 I just loved it 😌 😍

Central Perk Cafe Warner Bros. Studio LA
Central Perk Cafe Warner Bros. Studio LA

There is also a Friends butique where you can shop, relax and the fun fact is it is designed same as Monica’s and Joey’s appartment. 

Central Perk Cafe Warner Bros. Studio LA


The Warner Bros Studio Tour is located in Burbank and tickets start at $69 per person. The tour lasts approximately 3 hours total (1 hour guided, 2 hours self-guided), and is capped at 12 people per tour to ensure a more personal experience.

Travel Tips

  1. Book in Advance: This attraction is wildly popular, so make sure you book your tour in advance online. There are very limited tickets available on-site, so buying in advance these days is 100% the way to go.

2. Location: The Warner Brothers Studio is located in Burbank just off the 134 freeway near Riverside Drive. The tour has its own entrance that is separate from the “working” studio gates.

3. Time Management: Allow about two hours for the interactive exhibits.  You’ll ride two carts: the first is your main studio tour from the arrival to the Stage 48 exhibits, and the second is (mostly) transportation from Stage 48 back to the building where you started.

4. Photo Ops: Don’t miss the photo ops at the “Friends fountain”. However, be aware that the “couch” is made of fiberglass so it’s hard as a rock and can be blazing hot as it sits in the LA sun.

Conclusion -

The Warner Bros Studio Tour is a must-visit for any Friends fan. Not only do you get to see the sets of your favorite show, but you also get to learn about the magic of film and television production. So, grab your tickets, plan your visit, and get ready for an unforgettable Friends experience! Please note that prices and details are subject to change, so always check the official website for the most up-to-date information.