Nearby Movie Studios
See the Film Studios that Made LA Famous!
Los Angeles is the place for movie and television buffs, where guests can go behind the scenes on public tours of well-known film studio back-lots! Learn behind the scene facts, view cool props and sets, and possibly get a glimpse of a celebrity.
Below are a list of LA movie studios to visit during your stay at The Carlyle.
Sony Pictures Studios - 3 Miles Away
10202 W Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
Step back into a legendary time with Sony Pictures Studios Tour. The walking tour gives a rare glimpse of Hollywood's yesteryear and an insider's view of a state-of-the-art motion picture studio. Filled with movie, television, and commercial productions on any given day - you never know what (or who) will be just around the corner!
Paramount Pictures - 5 Miles Away
5555 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Movie buffs and celebrity hunters can usually find what they are looking for in Hollywood. Be chauffeured in a shaded tour cart and later discover sound stages, the back lot, and iconic landmarks - but don’t forget to book ahead! Guests of our hotel near Paramount Studios in Los Angeles can choose between the Studio Tour or the Paramount Pictures VIP Studio tour. Both tours are intimate and give you details about this historic Hollywood studio, which is celebrating its 100th year!
Universal Studio Hollywood Tour - 5 Miles Away
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608
The difference between this tour and the others studio tours is that admittance is through the Universal Studios theme park. Jimmy Fallon is the video host on the tram which guides you through 13 city blocks of studio history. The tour includes the King King 360 3-D attraction, a visit to Wisteria Lane from ABC’s “Desperate Wives,” a drive past the Bates Motel from “Psycho,” and a possible a visit from a famous great white shark.
Warner Brothers VIP Studio Tour - 10 Miles Away
3400 Riverside Dr.
Burbank, CA 91522
Warner Brothers treat guests to behind the scenes news, visits to sound stages, sets and black lot streets. This is home to TV shows such as “Friends,” “Gilmore Girls,” and “Big Bang Theory.” Harry Potter fans will also be delighted to visit the Warner Brothers Museum, which has one floor is dedicated to this popular movie!