BBC Television Centre Tours

BBC Television Centre
Wood Lane, White City
Greater London
W12 7RJ


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You have been inviting the BBC into your homes for many years, and now it's your turn to come to visit us! On the award-winning tour of BBC Television Centre you will get the chance to immerse yourself in the fascinating world of broadcasting.

Take an exclusive look into the BBC newsroom, see our famous studios, and take part in making your own bit of TV in our interactive studio. You'll be able to see memorabilia from BBC programmes such as EastEnders and Doctor Who, and venture into the dressing-rooms or green rooms that have hosted so many famous guests over the decades.

Our well-informed guides will entertain and surprise you as you walk in the footsteps of your favourite stars. They will make sure that you see the most interesting areas available on the day of your visit, as well as giving you a fascinating insight into how TV really works. We also recommend that you keep your eyes peeled because you never know who you might bump into along the way!


Adult £9.95

Concession £8.95

Students £7.50

Children (between 9 and 15 years) £7.50. We offer a CBBC Tour for 7-11s. This tour is not appropriate for children under 9.

Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children) £30.00

Group rates available

Prices are valid until 31 December 2010. All bookings taken for 2011 will be charged at the 2011 ticket prices.

Your tour will last between one and a half and two hours.

Attraction Details

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VenueBBC Television Centre
AddressWood Lane, White City, London, Greater London, W12 7RJ
Opening timesTours run throughout the day from 10am - 4pm
Entry costs
Attraction typeTours

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