Photo: Amanda Slater

On the award-winning tour of BBC Television Centre, visitors get the chance to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of broadcasting.

Founded in 1922, the world’s largest broadcasting corporation still records much of its television output from this base at White City.

Primarily an operational building, tours are arranged around the broadcasting activities of the day, so change from one day to the next, but will include a trip to the newsroom, weather studio, famous doughnut and a number of recording studios.

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.
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.

Tours last between one and a half and two hours, and with the Television Centre being a working building, no two tours are the same!


BBC Television Centre, Wood Lane, London, W12 7RJ
Tel: +44 1732 42 7770
Times: Regular tours daily.