Universal Studios Hollywood part of the Universal Parks and Resorts group is a multipurpose complex that serves as film studios and a theme park, it is situated in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles County. The film studios are some of the oldest Hollywood studios still in use with the opening in 1916, over the years they have shot many famous films and television series. The theme park opened in the 1960s and has a similar vibe to the other universal theme parks in operation.
You can drive to the studios, it is made accessible by the freeways of LA. Parking is available on site, prices vary depending on the distance of the car park to the entrance, you could pay 50$ to park up close or 25$ to park in the general car park. Parking prices also vary on time, after 6 pm parking is cheaper. If using public transport the best option is to use the metro and then use the free shuttle buses that take you from the local stops to the park entrance.
Opening Times and Admission
The complex is open to visitors daily, Monday-Tuesday-Thursday 9am-7pm, Wednesday and Sunday 9am-9pm and Friday and Saturday 9am-8pm. Tickets cost 124$ for adults for a one-day general admission with discounts available on concession tickets, if you want queue jump tickets then there will be an extra fee. VIP tickets are also available. Tickets can be booked via the website.