NBC Studios

30 Rockefeller Plaza

Since 1933, NBC has offered this historic tour that 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 entert... more

Since 1933, NBC has offered this historic tour that 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 Theatre, where you will learn about NBC's early days in radio. Your NBC Page will tell you about some of the network's early sound effect techniques and NBC's transition into television. Then Matt Lauer (on video) takes you down memory lane to show you where NBC has been and where we are today. The tour gives you the opportunity to enter and visit some of our most famous studios, including those of: - NBC Nightly News - Dateline - NBC Sports - Late Night with Seth Meyers - Saturday Night Live Note: Studio availability is limited to those studios that are not being used at the time of the tour. Typically, 2-3 studios are available for viewing; however, that is not guaranteed. Further, spotting NBC talent is also very rare but... more

Since 1933, NBC has offered this historic tour that 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 Theatre, where you will learn about NBC's early days in radio. Your NBC Page will tell you about some of the network's early sound effect techniques and NBC's transition into television. Then Matt Lauer (on video) takes you down memory lane to show you where NBC has been and where we are today.

The tour gives you the opportunity to enter and visit some of our most famous studios, including those of:

- NBC Nightly News
- Dateline
- NBC Sports
- Late Night with Seth Meyers
- Saturday Night Live

Note: Studio availability is limited to those studios that are not being used at the time of the tour. Typically, 2-3 studios are available for viewing; however, that is not guaranteed. Further, spotting NBC talent is also very rare but not impossible.


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30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10112
(212) 664-4444
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Admission And Tickets

$19.99 - Adults
$19.00 - Children (ages 6-12)

Special Combination Rates available with other tours
Call (212) 664-7174 to reserve spaces.

This Week's Hours

Mon-Sat: 8:30am-5:30pm
Sunday: 9:15am-4:30pm
Tours depart every 30 minutes

Nearby Subway

  • to Rockefeller Center 47-50th St.
  • to E. 51st St. and Lexington Ave
  • to 50th St. and Broadway
  • to 49th St. and Seventh Ave
  • to Fifth Ave. and 53rd St

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