PHOENIX – Bazinga! Make scientific discoveries as you explore the set of The Big Bang Theory as part of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour.
The show may have ended its running earlier this year, but you can still reminisce over the fond memories of apartment 4A with this new addition to the studio tour.
Take a seat in Sheldon’s spot, reenact the iconic knock, see the famous broken elevator, and explore the CalTech Physics Lab Cafeteria. You can also see costumes worn by Sheldon, Penny, Leonard, Raj, Bernadette, Howard and Amy!
Go behind the scenes and explore the intricate level of detail the show’s creators put into the design of these iconic sets from the show that made you laugh, cry, rethink scientific discoveries and want to order Siam Palace take-out. The Big Bang Theory sets become a permanent experience as part of the Studio Tour’s finale at Stage 48: Script to Screen.
The tour lasts for three hours total, two of which you will follow a tour guide through the behind the scenes sets while the last hour is spent on your own. And yes, you can take pictures.
Ticket costs will differ by age. Those older than 12 will cost $69 and 12 and under will be $59. You can purchase tickets here. The tour operates from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. daily in Burbank, California.
Other parts of the tour include grabbing a coffee at Central Perk, the Friends groups’ favorite spot, being sorted into your house in the Wizarding World, or checking out the Batmobile!
The Big Bang Theory ran for 12 seasons before airing its last episode on May 16, 2019.
The new set will join the studio tour on June 28. Be sure to check it out. I don’t know about you, but I can smell Siam Palace take-out already!