Dive into the Aquaman Exhibit at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Explore the world of the King of the Seven Seas

Aquaman exhibit | Photo: Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood


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Atlantis opens to the public! The new Aquaman exhibit at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood invites guests to immerse themselves in the world of the King of the Seven Seas, both above sea level and below.

"Aquaman" exhibit at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Aquaman exhibit | Photo: Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Fans get a close-up view of the actual costumes and props used by Jason Momoa (Arthur Curry), Willem Dafoe (Vulko), Amber Heard (Mera), Nicole Kidman (Queen Atlanna) and more in the highest grossing DC Extended Universe movie of all time. The exhibit offers a visual swim through the home of the half-Atlantean/half-human superhero, featuring recreated sets from the movie’s most memorable moments, including the Sunken Galleon, the Ring of Fire, and the epic underwater battle between Aquaman and King Orm (Patrick Wilson).

Dead King's Throne from "Aquaman" at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Dead King's Throne and Trident of Atlantis from Aquaman | Photo: Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

The brand new interactive exhibit allows visitors to seize the Dead King’s Throne and snap a selfie with the Trident of Atlantis that Momoa wielded as Aquaman - it's the actual one he broke at the film’s L.A. premiere.

Get a glimpse of where the origin story itself originated in the form of the 1962 Aquaman comic book, shared by the DC archives, among other artifacts from the watery realm.

Costumes and props from "Wonder Woman" at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Costumes and props from Wonder Woman (2017) | Photo: Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

After re-living the story of cultural diversity, environmental advocacy and fighting for the greater good, say hello to fellow Justice Leaguer Wonder Woman, another member of the DC Extended Universe (and still part of DC Universe: The Exhibit), before stepping into The Wizarding World, where props from the original Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films will appear before your very eyes.

Aquaman is but one of the many stops on the Studio Tour, which runs Monday through Sunday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with tours departing every 30 minutes and extended hours offered during the holiday seasons. Advanced bookings are strongly recommended and children eight years or older are welcome. The Studio Tour is offered in English, Spanish, French, and Mandarin. For the best value, book your tickets online at www.wbstudiotour.com or by calling 818-977-TOUR (8687).