CNN Studio Tour
CNN Studio Tour
CNN Studio Tours:
Get behind the scenes of Cable News Network (CNN), which is based right here in Atlanta, Ga. A 50-minute guided walking tour lets you peek into the newsroom, control room and much more. Be sure to keep your eyes wide open; there's no telling who you might see while walking the halls.

Behind-the-Scenes Tour
Get exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to the world headquarters of CNN with this tour experience. You will take a 50-minute walking tour with your very own guide through the halls of CNN Center and get an inside look at how a live broadcast is produced and sent to viewers all over the world. You will also get a more in-depth look at how the world’s largest news organization operates. From the historic first newscast to the now living legacy, learn how CNN became the worldwide leader in news.
Tour Price       Adult $15      Senior ( ages 65+ ) $14
Student ( ages 13–18 or with College ID ) $14
Child ( ages 4–12 ) $12     Toddlers ( ages 0–3 ) Free
VIP Tour
Enhance your experience with VIP treatment and get expanded access into live newsrooms, the HLN control room and a state-of-the-art studio that CNN uses daily.
Tour Price:     $33* Price does not include local sales tax
Tour Times: Monday - Saturday at 9:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm.

Tour Details
Reservations are highly recommended
Maximum capacity per tour is 12
Children under the age of 12 are not permitted on this tour
Group discounts are not available for this tour

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5 Reasons to Take the CNN Studio Tour
  1. Your tour begins on a long ride up the world's largest freestanding escalator (which, before CNN, used to take visitors up to "The World of Sid and Marty Krofft," an indoor amusement park). In fact, during the Sid and Marty Krofft days, the space that is now CNN's main newsroom was a human pinball machine. The escalator is 196-feet long and eight stories high.
  2. You'll see how a teleprompter works.
  3. You'll find out how the weather map works.
  4. You'll watch the action inside Studio 7, the largest studio CNN has ever built anywhere in the world.
  5. You'll get a better understanding of how newsman John King moves things around on the touch-screen on election night.