CNN Tour Atlanta

CNN Tour Atlanta is one of the popular attractions among tourists. CNN is located in downtown Atlanta at One CNN Center next to Centennial Olympic Park.

The CNN tour is highly exciting and educational. It is a 55 minutes guided walking tour that descends 8 flights of stairs, the world’s largest free-standing escalator.

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The visitors can look down to the floor of the atrium from the walkaway used on the tour. They can see the over look of news room.

The tour guide takes you to the control room theatre to show a video replicating the fast pace of the TV news and the world, also encourages questions from the visitors.

The tour provides a chance for the visitors to learn about how the different news are produced and the different techniques used for the purpose. You will get to see a fascinating glimpse of news making.

The tour guides are very helpful. They will answer your questions patiently and politely.

At the end of the tour, you are guided to the exit through the Turner Store where CNN souvenirs and memorabilia are sold.

Here you can dine in a variety of eateries and shop for unique items the center's stores.

CNN Center has a huge center atrium with a food court. While enjoying lunch one can view one of the several jumbo screens with CNN broadcasts.

Photography is not allowed inside the studio.

To avoid the rush, tickets for CNN tour can be reserved early. Those who take Atlanta City Pass, CNN tour is included as one of the attractions.

The tour is open from 9 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. every day, (except on main holidays) departing every 10 minutes approximately.

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