If you ever wanted to have Thanksgiving at Central Perk then Warner Bros. is about to make your dreams come true.
The studio has announced they’re launching a “Friends”-themed holiday tour and meal to commemorate the show’s upcoming 25th anniversary that also coincides with Thanksgiving, according to Entertainment Weekly.
On six select dates in November, fans can enjoy “Friendsgiving at the Studio” which features a 90-minute tour through the backlot visiting some of the NBC show’s most memorable locations.
Included is a visit to the iconic coffee shop Central Perk, were you’ll be able to take pics on the infamous orange couch and enjoy “Friends”-themed coffee beverages and pastries. You’ll also get to set foot in Studio 24, now known as the “Friends” stage, where they actually filmed the sitcom.
There will also be authentic costumes worn by the cast on hand, as well as, the opportunity to sing-along to Phoebe’s signature jam, “Smelly Cat.”
In addition, the fountain from the show’s opening credits is being brought in to allow guests to recreate the classic montage with rainbow umbrellas. It’s the first time the fountain is being displayed on the main lot for the public.
After geeking out over all things Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe, the tour will wind down off with a holiday-themed meal prepared by a private chef and consisting of turkey, ham and all the typical Thanksgiving fixings.
“Friendsgiving at the Studio” will take place on Nov. 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23th, 29th and 30th at 10:30am, 1:00pm and 4:00pm.
Tickets costs $139 and are available to purchase here.
So call your friends and book your tickets, because the “Friendsgiving” tour is a must-see!