They had a much, much cheaper version of the VIP tour a few years ago. I would have gladly paid the 70 bucks or so each visit to do that. The biggest difference was that you did not get front of the line, behind the scenes visits or meals. In the two times I went on the tour, we did the sound department, walked a bit of the front lot, visited the Tonight Show set before Conan got the boot, Bud Westmore building, prop warehouse and walked Little Europe, Wisteria Lane and War of the Worlds. It was a fantastic tour!! Too bad they discontinued it. VIP seems good too but I'm not willing to fork out that much!
boise. which time and did it have a star because in a schedule you see the times for the shows and one of those is to have a star.
Alexshow.... sorry, I am not sure I am understanding what you are asking. When we were on our tour, we were with a tour guide the entire day, we didn't follow a general "park map" with show times. After the tour was over, we could have done anything in the park on our own with VIP seating. Does this help to answer your question?
I did the VIP Experience on 21st August and absolutely loved it. I'm sorry to hear you didn't have a fantastic time.
Our guide was a great guy and even while we greeted him in the breakfest room we asked him if we could visit Wisteria Lane. And we did, we walked on the street for about 5-10 minutes and I was able to take pictures from every house You should have asked your guide when you were there again.
We also walked the Parenthood set, the prop department and we visited a green-room-stage. I'm also glad we were able to use the first-in-line pass unlimited times after the tour ended.
A lot of what I've heard is that you need to ask the host - what discretion they have is hopefully applied based on what the group wants, so if someone really wants but doesn't ask for Wisteria/Colonial but someone else and their kids really want to stare at Falls Lake for an hour...
Credibility is to be sought for. Credulity is not. Sadly the latter is our normal human state.