Attention, Friends fans! If you have any interest in traveling to sunny California to check out the Warner Bros. studio tour in Hollywood, now would be the time to start planning your trip. Fresh off the heels of the highly-anticipated Friends reunion special, the popular tour is now getting an upgrade with new features and experiences for fans to check out!
As fans of the long-running show will know, although it takes place in New York City, Friends was actually filmed in Los Angeles! Primarily shot at Warner Bros Studios at Stage 5 for season 1 and Stage 24 for the following seasons, the studio has since become a tourist attraction for the most diehard of fans to check out. And now, new sets and experiences have been added. Could we BE any more excited?!
As reported by Entertainment Weekly, these new features include recreated sets reminiscent of Joey and Chandler’s apartment, as well as Monica’s apartment. Over at Central Perk, EW reports that there will be a new menu filled with “New York City deli-inspired” items, such as Central Perk coffee, Rachel’s Thanksgiving trifle (promised to not include the meat), along with “corn beef melts, pizza wedges, fries, and more.”
EW has a full gallery of photos from the tour’s new features, which you can check out in the tweet below. Click on the link to see all the images provided by the publication.
The Friends tour is set to reopen with these new additions on Saturday, June 26, so don’t wait to book your trip to Hollywood to check it out! This seems like a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience for fans of the beloved sitcom.
Though the series has remained relevant since its finale back in 2004, Friends has truly seen a resurgence in popularity this year thanks to the reunion which brought the six main cast members — Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc, and David Schwimmer — back together again, along with other actors from the show. You can now stream Friends: The Reunion on HBO Max.
Will the cast members reunite again sometime soon, perhaps for a Friends movie? We’ll just have to wait and see! In the meantime, learn more about how you can visit the Warner Bros studio tour right here.