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Take the NBC Studio Tour that's been wowing lovers of radio and TV since 1933. You'll learn about NBC's early radio days and its transition into television during this tour of the New York studio's operations.
- 1.5-hour tour of NBC's New York studios
- Learn about the past in the NBC History Theater
- Visit some of NBC's most famous studios
- Guided tours run daily throughout the day
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
The NBC Studio tour will be closing December 31, 2013 to begin exciting renovations that will continue through 2014. Don't miss this chance to get an insider's look at NBC's studios before it closes.
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What You Can Expect
This historic tour takes you through the halls and into the studios of NBC's New York operations. An NBC page will be your guide to the world of the Peacock Network. Some NBC pages have gone on to become famous entertainment personalities, including Willard Scott, Ted Koppel, Regis Philbin, Steve Allen, Marcy Carsey, Kate Jackson, Michael Eisner, and Dave Garroway.
The first stop on the tour is the NBC History Theater, where your NBC page will tell you about the network's early sound-effects techniques. Then Katie Couric and Matt Lauer (on video) will take you down memory lane to show you NBC's past and present.
The tour gives you the opportunity to visit some of NBC's most famous studios such as Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Today Show, Football Night in America and MSNBC. Also included is a viewing of:
- Studio 3C: Home of NBC Nightly News
- Studio 3B: Home of Dateline
- Studio 3K: Home of NBC Sports
- Studio 8H: Home of Saturday Night Live
Note: Studio availability is limited to those studios that are not being used at the time of the tour. Typically, two or three studios are available for viewing, but this is not guaranteed. There is a maximum of 30 people per tour.
Fun hour and 1/2 of tour. Simple and uneventful but worth the time seeing behind the scenes studios, halls and dressing rooms.
This was great! Very informative about the different "goings on" in a working television studio. Saw the sets that weren't currently being used-- SNL was in hiatus, so we got to see that studio, which was fun. Also Brian Williams news desk from the Nightly News. Teen daughter loved it!