We had Friends visiting us from New York for a week and we did some of the touristy things with them while they were here. One of the things we did was take the Sony Pictures Studio Tour. Here is the spill from their website; Take the Sony Pictures Studios Tour and step back into a legendary time. Located on one of the world's most famous studio lots, our walking tour gives you a rare glimpse of old Hollywood's glory days and an insider's view of a state-of-the-art motion picture studio. Not only is this the studio where the Yellow Brick Road once wound through Munchkin Land, it is also the place where the agents from "Men In Black" battled aliens from outer space and Spider-Man catapulted from skyscraper to skyscraper. Our dynamic studio tour guides will shed light on the film and television production process by taking you to various soundstages and by sharing tales of days gone by. You may even have the chance to visit the sets of the hit game shows "Jeopardy!" or "Wheel of Fortune." Filled with movie, television and commercial productions on any given day, you never know what- or who- will be just around the corner! Tours depart daily Monday through Friday from Sony Pictures Plaza Regular studio tour times are 9:30am, 10:30am, 1:30pm, and 2:30pm (call for availability) Summer Twilight tour time is 6:30pm, June 14-September 28, 2007. Reservations highly recommended Admission is $25 per person Children ages 12 and older are welcome Free parking in Sony Pictures Plaza Includes visit to our exclusive Studio Emporium Customized group tours available Here is the outside of Sony Picture Plaza Here are a few shots of inside After checking in for the tour we were given our lanyard tags to identify us as tour guest and told we could walk around the lobby and look at the many displays of movie memorabilia. Spiderman Here are some things from Talladega Nights Hey Blue is this what Grumpy looked like? Ghost Rider Da Vinci Code Battlestar Galactica Stuart Little Jumanji And Sleepless in Seattle I have reached my picture limit so stay tuned for the next installment.