Is a great way to get to know how CNN works. Shame is a too short, and pictures are allow, also I felt the pictures on place were to expesive $40 for only 3 pictures. But overall is a must see in Atlanta.
This CNN studio tour packs a ton of fun into less than an hour, so it’s easy to fit it into your travel schedule and leaves you with plenty of time to explore other areas of Atlanta, too. With special behind-the-scenes information, such as which special effects are used when, get the most out of visiting CNN Center with this guided tour.
This CNN Atlanta guided tour meets at CNN Center. Take your paper voucher to the tour office for a timed studio tour admission ticket.
On your tour, you’ll see how CNN news broadcasts are made. You’ll visit the main studios and newsrooms for CNN’s news channels. As your guide leads you through the building, you’ll learn about founder Ted Turner and how he created the first 24-hour news network in the US.
You’ll also take a look at a special-effects studio for creating weather maps and other on-air graphics. Learn how the video, sound, and special effects happen.
Then, you can play news anchor. Sit at a CNN anchor desk, and pose with a microphone for a souvenir photo.
Your tour ends where it started, and from there you can explore the rest of the CNN Center or visit other downtown Atlanta attractions.
A very enjoyable tour of the CNN Atlanta Studio. A thorough insight on how the latest stories are pulled together before they are shown on air. Impressed with the robotic cameras that are able to film from different angles. We went on the VIP tour...More
This tour is interesting learning about the news studio and going behind the scenes but once you have seen 1 studio and office they all look the same regarless if it is international, local or Spanish news! It is a pitty you cant take many...More
We found the building to be very impressive and were booked onto the "standard" tour option. The tour was good, it lasted about 45 mins and we saw a mock control room and a mock studio. We also saw a couple of other studio areas...More