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Welcome to the World Headquarters of CNN! Adjacent to Centennial Olympic Park and Philips Arena, CNN Center offers a variety of dining and shopping opportunities. CNN Center is in the Luckie Marietta District of Downtown Atlanta!
The tour is incredible! I highly recommend!
Breakfast at TJ'S is the best in here
The gifts are $. The tour was nice - we get to see how the weather report is done. Tour guide was funny but sometimes felt like it was scripted. Well, of coz it would be - it's a news tour.
The VIP tour is an amazing value! Unbelievable access. Photos allowed everywhere! Several opportunities for a photo-op as an anchor, weatherman, etc... See control room, newsroom and studios!
Always stop here before a gate at Phillips. The beer and food are half as much as inside the arena.
I like the gatherings, during the week.
Not a big fan, of CNN
Take the VIP tour. More time in the control and newsrooms, plus an included photo.
I had a great time speaking in front of the play TelePrompter and enjoying the tour of the studios.
They're in heaven!
Literally a mall in the ATL. Great place to get anything you need while you're downtown for tourists and locals!
Learning g about the green screen
I did not make the tour but souvenir shop is fun!
I remember being here for the Summer Olympics in 1996. Good place to get out of heat.
Be sure to use Marta when coming into town with multiple events going on.
Really great tour and facility with great food court for groups
Nice place to bring your visitor
Cool place to tour!
Packed w/ people eating & drinking. Beat the Rush.
Lots of place to eat from low to high.
Nice place, boring tour.
Ask about the military discount. +1 for looking out for those who serve.
Guide Colin is hot
Tour was awesome. Lindsay was a great tour guide. Quick funny and to the point. Definitely a to do in ATL.
The CNN Tour is great!!
Relive the days when CNN was revelant...
There's a secret cafeteria for CNN employees — super helpful on days the Center Atrium is packed with tourists.
Go here for lunch and people watching. Don't think the tour is worth it. Go to the CNN store for souvenirs and take picture by the large CNN logo.
It opened in 1976, housing a hotel, fine shops, restaurants, and two 14-story office buildings. It also offered an indoor amusement park and an ice-skating rink.
Neat place to tour- free!
Don't mess with security..
Get a VIP tour other Jason.
Buy the combo passes. Totally worth it and motivates you to see all Atlanta has to offer.
The tour is nice, but kind of over priced unless you have a city pass
You'd be surprised how many successful projects CNN has launched! It's a great place for adults and children to visit!
Lots to do here. Coming when there's big news and events going on in town, and you'll certainly see a newscast / spot in and around the food court!
Breaking news 24/7
Eating here will make you Fat.
Catching up with my Dr friends at seco.now we can hang out again. I miss these guys.
Really awesome place to visit! It's huge and there is a MOE's here! :)
Atlanta residents and out-of-towners should check out the Inside CNN Studio Tour for a behind-the-scenes glimpse of TV magic. $15 for adults; $14 for seniors and students; $12 for kids.
Anderson Cooper does not base here, :(.
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Ask for Wes! He's a great tour guide!
Nice spot for people watching!
Try to find Carl Azuz! CNN Student News baby!!
the tour is great
The CNN tour was the biggest waste of time and money, didn't see or learn anything of interest. Best part was the elevator ride at the beginning.