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Even More Wonderful and Cool Things to Do in Burbank!

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Are you looking for things to do during your stay in Burbank? Here are a just few things to do in Burbank CA during your stay!

Burbank is known for a lot of things, but perhaps one of the biggest things they’re known for is that they are home to the Warner Bros. Studio. Learn the in’s and out’s of the studio with the Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour. For over two hours, you’ll ride on a Star Cart – the same ones used by stars on set – and see sets from some of your favorite films, such as Casablanca and much more.

If you are looking for a way to relax after a busy day of sightseeing, perhaps a day at the George Izay Park is just what you need. Recognizable to locals is the Air Force Jet that is gloriously mounted at the entrance. The park is also known for their tennis courts, handball courts, softball fields and picnic grounds. There is also a playground for children of all ages that features a rubberized play surface.

Something that can be fun for the whole family is a visit to the World of Color Ceramic Painting Studio, where all ages can explore their creative side. Choose your own ceramic piece such as a mug or bowl, and then paint it however you like! If you’re up for it, you even create your own ceramic piece. Afterwards, the piece is glazed and you get to take home the finished product.

Nearly everyone has heard of Bob’s Big Boy, but have you ever actually gone to one? The Bob’s Big Boy Restaurant in Burbank was built in 1949 and is one of the oldest remaining Bob’s in America. Dine in the same place as Bob Hope and Mickey Rooney, as they were regulars at this establishment. Even artists such as the Beatles and the Beach Boys ate here, so come enjoy the burgers and milkshakes, and don’t forget to take a picture with Bob!

Interested in aviation? Then, stop at the Burbank Aviation Museum where you can learn all about Burbank’s aviation history. The center is run completely by volunteers who are dedicated to preserving memorabilia and sharing it with future generations. Hours vary according to season, so it is best to call or visit the website for hours. Their number is (818) 954-0540.