Images courtesy Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour and DC Entertainment are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Caped Crusader with a behind the scenes look at the costumes, vehicles and props of all seven Batman movies in a special attraction called The Batman Exhibit, located on the studio's historic Burbank lot.
For a limited time, you'll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with six iconic bat suits including the original version worn by Michael Keaton and the final costume worn by Christian Bale in The Dark Knight Rises. A collection of bat-vehicles will also be on display as well as a working bat signal that visitors can operate.
If you made it out to the Dark Knight Legend Exhibit in downtown Los Angeles back in 2012, you'll have seen most of the items relating to the Christopher Nolan-directed movies, except for this epic bat suit armory.
I highly recommend the Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour, even if it's been a few years since you've been. The museum pieces are always changing (the Batman Exhibit takes up one of two floors), and it's one of the best and most intimate studio tours that I've ever been on. You won't find any ropes or barriers around the displays so you'll have to find a babysitter for the kiddos that are under 8 years old.
Tickets for the VIP Studio Tour are $54 and reservations are highly recommended. Go HERE to learn more about the tour and to reserve tickets.
Head over to Collider for extensive photographic coverage of the exhibit.