Take a one hour guided walking tour of a real working studio that is located on 32 picturesque acres and has been home to ... More
North Carolina Studios Tours
Take a one hour guided walking tour of a real working studio that is located on 32 picturesque acres and has been home to over 300 productions. The tour includes a visit to the Dawson Creek sets and tours are available on Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00 noon and 2:00 p.m.
I loved being able to see the sets from One Tree Hill and see behind the scenes. The tour was actually very informative and interesting because they showed us how they film and we got to see 4 or 5 sets. We couldn't take pictures or meet anyone, but it was stil cool to see everything and feel like we were actually in Tree Hill!
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Screen Gems Studios for the tour of the sets of One Tree Hill and Dawson's Creek. If you are not a fan of either of the shows then you shouldn't bother going. You are not allowed to take pictures of the One Tree Hill set because they are still filming it. You are, however, allowed to take pictures of the Dawson's Creek set (I was not a huge fan of that show like I am with OTH). I went during the fall of 2006. I'm returning again this summer (2008) with my best friend who I recently got into the show. The sets you are allowed to see vary so this time I will see different sets than I did before. I am very excited about my trip and if OTH is your favorite show then I highly recommend this tour. Oh yea, it will be hot so wear light clothes, preferably with no sleeves and carry some water.
The Studios where they filmed Dawson’s Creek and now One Tree Hill was very disappointing. As expected they don’t have any Dawson’s Creek sets but they do have OTH. When we were there we only saw three sets and the guide was trying to fill the time with idle conversation as they didn’t have much to show you.
We paid $12 each and I don’t think anyone left feeling like they got value for money. No photos are aloud and the tour does really only last 1 hour.
It may have been good in the Dawson’s Creek days but not any longer. Save your money and visit the beach instead.
The most spectacular example of Antebellum architecture, this mansion is one of North Carolina's premier historic treasures. Beautiful Victorian gardens
are also on the property and tours are available. The mansion contains changing exhibitions on history and design arts. ...
Beautifully restored building that was built in 1858 and houses three performance venues including the Grand Ballroom, the Main Stage,
and the Studio Theatre. Over 250 performance events including local and traveling musical and theatrical productions are held here ...
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