5 Best Movie Sets at Universal Studios

Multitudes of films and TV shows have been made at Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles. But what are the biggest films shot here? And what sets and locales can be experienced on the studio tour? Los Angeles County Limousine will highlight the best productions on the backlot, where all can be seen on the Studio Tours.

5) Desperate Housewives

When transferring tourists by limousines to the park, Wisteria Lane is a common topic of conversation. The street, as shown in the TV show, is a beloved tram stop.

4) War of the Worlds

An epic set is the airplane crash scenes from this 2005 Spielberg classic. The wrecked airplane, smoke and sirens – all sighted in the movie – still appear untouched to be seen on the tram ride.

3) The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

Limousine chauffeurs regularly hear about this 2000 comedy from travelers. The fictional town of Whoville was erected on the backlots and is consistently visited.

2) Jaws: The Revenge

Maybe the most famous release to be filmed on-site, this 1987 masterpiece has iconic sequels done at Universal. The fictional Amity Island and pier scenes were recorded by a manmade pond, which is a stop for trams. Los Angeles limo services have been booked to the sets simply due to the presence of the infamous Jaws’ Pier.

1) Psycho

Los Angeles limos are used for lots of activities. From wine tastings, weddings, and even visits to the notorious Bates Motel from this 1960 classic. Perhaps the most notable site, visitors may have an opportunity to see Norman Bates himself.

SEE ALSO: 6 Things Everyone Must Do When in LA

The City of Angeles has an abundance of adventures awaiting. What’s better? Experiencing the LA landmarks by Limos, obviously!

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