Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is getting scarier when the “IT” Neibolt House makes its way to the “Horror Made Here” section of the tour for six nights only.
The Neibolt House comes from the popular The IT Experience: Neibolt House Hollywood, which will move to the Warner Bros. Studio backlot to delight horror enthusiasts. In addition to the Neibolt House, the tour will also include Halloween-themed activities, food trucks, music, interactive walkthroughs and a chance to “float” in the “IT” VR experience.
“Horror Made Here” will run from Oct. 19-21, and Oct. 26-28 for six nights of fright as guests immerse themselves in the world of “IT,” “A Nightmare of Elm Street” and “The Conjuring.” Fans can get a close up look within the sewer pipes to Pennywise’s circus wagon, and his three doors of scares from the film. Guests will also be able to take a photo with Freddy Krueger.
Guests will also be able to tour “Stage 48: Script to Screen” to take a look at costumes, set pieces and props from some of the scariest moments in horror films, including the Demon Nun costume and zoetrope from “The Conjuring 2,” Bill Skarsgård’s Pennywise costume, as well as George’s raincoat from “IT,” and more.
There are two different Studio Tour routes that guests can take, which will give them different properties to explore, like “Pretty Little Liars” and “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?”.
Tickets are on sale now for $69 per person, and “Horror Made Here” is designed for guests 18 and older. Valid ID will be required upon starting the tour.
To purchase your tickets, visit wbstudiotour.com.