The VIP Experience at Universal Studios Hollywood
Reviewed by: Machere, December 2014
A little bit pricey but worth it as we cover all the rides before we leave as we only have a day there.
Reviewed by: Sue, December 2014
Best way to experience Universal Studios. Starting from the amazing breakfast to the guided, front of line experience. Would recomend
Reviewed by: MJ H, United Kingdom, December 2014
This is a must do at universal the backlot was fantastic, the guide Larry was friendly and brilliant at explaining and very knowledgeable about universal. Having food in with the price was a bonus and also having front line passes and vip seating at the shows was great. The whole experience was amazing from start to finish I would definitely do this again
Reviewed by: crazygroup, Australia, October 2014
The VIP experience was well worth the money for people who want to see as much as possible in the one day while being fed with nibbles for breakfast and exceptional buffet at lunch ,with personal commentary from knowledgeable guides. Front of line access to all rides and plenty of free time at the end to wander and souvenir hunt.
Reviewed by: shannon.iszlaub, September 2014
Great tour!! Very worth the $$$ our guide was amazing and we got to learn a lot about movies and how they're made. The lunch was fantastic!
Reviewed by: Christine B, September 2014
A truly amazing day well worth paying the extra for the vip tour you got to see both sides of universal studios the behind the scenes and front of queue on all the rides the Buffet lunch was amazing there was so much choice I would say it was definitely the best food on the whole park. Our guide for the day was Mark he was very informative and really knew stuff definitely a trip to do if you are ever in Los Angeles
Reviewed by: Lizzi H, September 2014
This is definitely the best way to visit Universal Studios! We had a lovely breakfast with plenty of choice and was then met by our guide for the day. He took us to the different rides and walked us straight to the front of the queues, he also gave us plenty of information. We then stopped for a brilliant buffet lunch, again with plenty of choice and the food was delicious. Then it was time for the studio tour where we saw the different sets and got to have a wander around them, it was interesting to hear the different films sets had been used in that you didn't realise. We then had the rest of the day to ourselves and it was a definite bonus to still be able to jump the queues for rides. It was a brilliant way to spend my sister's birthday and I would recommend it to anyone visiting Universal Studios, it is well worth the money!