Besides his 12 sound stages, he’ll be able to show off back lots featuring retail shops, a baseball field, a jail, a trailer park, a four-sided mansion and a duplicate White House.
There are also historic buildings from the time it was Fort McPherson, an army base. He purchased the property in 2015 for $30 million and has invested more than $250 million into the site with more to come.
This could become a popular tourist site on top of places such as the Georgia Aquarium, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park and the Coca-Cola Museum.
For comparison, in Los Angeles, Sony Pictures Studios offers tours Monday through Friday four times a day for $50 per person. VIP tours are priced at $175 apiece. A more modest "coffee tour" is $135 per person.
A Paramount Studios two-hour tour is $60 apiece seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (The 4.5-hour VIP tour is $189 per person which includes lunch and greater access to behind-the-scenes areas.)
The Warner Brothers studio tour starts at $69 per person and runs up to 14 a day. There is a "classics' version at the same price and a deluxe $295 tour.