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icon50 minutes  (Approx.)
iconOffered in: English and 10 more

Overview

Get a behind-the-scenes look at CNN’s global headquarters in Atlanta with this guided studio walking tour. Learn how CNN’s news is written, produced and delivered—and maybe even find some of the anchors hard at work on a live broadcast. See all the news feeds from CNN bureaus around the world and check out the high-tech special effects studio. Take home a souvenir photo behind a news desk and don’t forget to explore the shops and restaurants in the CNN Center before or after the tour.
  • Inside CNN Studio Tour in Atlanta
  • Take a behind-the-scenes look at CNN's global-headquarters on this 50-minute guided walking tour
  • Learn how television news is written, produced and delivered, with the possibility of seeing anchors at work in a live studio broadcast.
  • Get a souvenir photo of you behind a CNN anchor desk!
  • Explore the shops and restaurants in the CNN Center before or after your tour
This tour takes place at One CNN Center in downtown Atlanta—where the main newsrooms and studios for several of CNN's news channels are located. Take the voucher to the tour box office and receive a timed ticket for entry to CNN’s worldwide headquarters.

On this exciting Inside CNN Studio Tour, get an in-depth look at the CNN headquarters and learn about the history of the network from the guide. CNN is known internationally as the first television channel to provide 24-hour news coverage and the first all-news television channel in the United States. In the control room theater, learn how news broadcasts are assembled. Check out the newsrooms and studios and see how a television news broadcast is written, produced and delivered to the world. Some of the CNN anchors or correspondents might even be seen working on a live broadcast.

Then, inside a special effects studio, see the technology behind the weather maps and on-air graphics that highlight the broadcasts and find out how they are created. Watch news feeds from live broadcasts and see journalists at work in the main CNN newsroom.

There will also be an opportunity to have a souvenir photo taken behind a news anchor’s desk.

Before or after the tour, don’t forget to explore the many shops and restaurants in the CNN Center.
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CNN Studio Tours
Present your voucher at the tour box office at the base of the escalator and receive your timed ticket for your journey into the heart of CNN's headquarters. On the Inside CNN Studio Tour, you'll get an up-close, in-depth look at the pioneer of the 24-hour television news format. The studio tour is an approximately 50-minute guided walking tour that provides a view into the newsrooms and studios to see firsthand how CNN gathers and reports the news. Learn about CNN's history from your informative guide and visit a control room theater, where you'll learn all about how news broadcasts are put together. Next, head inside a special effects studio to see how weather maps and on-air graphics are created. Watch live news feeds, see journalists at work in the main CNN newsroom, and maybe even see newscasters broadcasting live. Don't miss the chance to get a souvenir photo of you behind an anchor desk! Before or after your tour, explore the many shops and restaurants at CNN's massive headquarters. With tours running approximately every 10 minutes throughout the day, this fun, educational tour is easy to fit into your schedule and ideal for the whole family!
Duration: 50 minutes
Admission Ticket Included
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What is the maximum group size during CNN Studio Tours ?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers.

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Traveler Tips


  • "Focus too much on technology and nothing about the news reporters." See review
  • "Because of the brevity of the tour - 50 minutes - combined with the knowledge the tour guide had to report to next tour group, time to ask questions appeared limited." See review

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Jkim14
, Jan 2020
The tour guide lost her voice and she knew her information. However, since the job requires talking, I believe it would have been best to have a host who didn't lose their voice. Overall, it went well!
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Excellent!
mccauley1370
, Oct 2019
A life-long "news junkie", I could not wait to visit CNN upon arriving in Atlanta to celebrate my wife's 50th birthday. We scheduled a tour and our tour guide Patrick Martin, could not have been more informed or entertaining. We recommend a visit to CNN to any and all visitors to the Atlanta area, Thank you.
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Connector61191339159
, Sep 2019
It was an informative and interesting tour. The host did an amazing job as she explained how the process of the news is done
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CNN studio tour
opeodusanya
, Aug 2019
We went on a family vacation in ATL and visited CNN world headquarters. It was an amazing experience and I loved the pictures!
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cswilliams706
, Jul 2019
Not as much to see of actual broadcasting as expected. It appeared that all of the live productions were coming from NY or elsewhere.
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Very nice!
Odyssey46498550181
, Jul 2019
We had a very informative tour guide, who was very funny. The history of the building and how the inner workings of how news is brought to the public was interesting. It's just a short, 50 minute tour. I truly enjoyed myself. Thanks Matthew
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Good Tour
Exploration789520
, Mar 2019
I enjoyed the tour by Mike however it would have been very nice and worth all the walking if we had seen the broadcasting in action or at least one anchor. I took my best friend on the tour because all she does is watch CNN 24 hours a day and knows all the anchors on a first name basis.
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So so
Sunshine58792399637
, Mar 2019
Nothing very compelling. Focus too much on technology and nothing about the news reporters. Not good value for money
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It's too restrictive and short tour.
, Sep 2018
It's too restrictive and short tour. I'm not satisfied the tour. They showed us just 3 spot. Price is too high.
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Teresa H
, Jul 2018
Not a great tour, was not worth the money. Did not see much of anything, and would not recommend going.

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