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New York, NY 10112
Latitude: 40.75851 Longitude: -73.979004
Email Address: [email protected]
Ever wonder what happens on the other side of the tube? Since 1933, NBC
guides have been guiding visitors on a behind the scenes look at NBC's
New York operations. The hour-long tour takes in some of the world's
most famous studios, including:
Studio 1A Home of Today Show
Studio 3A Home of MSNBC
Studio 3C Home of Nightly News with Brian Williams
Studio 8G Home of Football Night in America
Studio 6B Home of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Studio 8H Home of Saturday Night Live
Tracing radio and television back to 1933, the tour brings some of NBC's
classic programs back to life -- programs that were created in the same
studios that bring us today's entertainment.
The tour guide might be a celebrity in the making. Michael Eisner, Steve
Allen, Kate Jackson, Regis Philbin, Ted Koppel, Marcy Carsey, Dave
Garroway and Willard Scott all were NBC Pages in their early days.
Tours begin and end in the NBC Experience Store.
Monday-Wednesday 8:30 am-5:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 am-6:00 pm
Friday-Saturday 8:30 am-6:30 pm
Sunday 9:15 am-4:30 pm
Tours depart every 15 minutes (times are subject to change and may be
extended during holidays)
Children (6-12): $16.25
Groups (10 or more): $16.25 a person
Children under six are not admitted. The tour runs on a "first-come,
first served" basis at the 30 Rockefeller location in New York.