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BBC Cymru Wales Tours

Step into the future of broadcasting at BBC’s newest and most advanced studios at 3 Central Square, Cardiff, CF10 1FT.

Ever wondered how sound effects are added to your favourite podcasts? Or what it's like to read the news? Join our friendly guides for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of BBC Cymru Wales. Visit our state-of-the-art television and radio studios to discover the secrets of making BBC programmes.

On your journey you will:

  • Visit one of the largest BBC newsrooms, packed with cutting-edge technology including augmented reality, virtual reality and robotic cameras
  • Take a sneak peek at TV galleries and other broadcast facilities

Each walking tour will last approximately 90 minutes. As a live and working broadcast centre, no two tours are the same, so every visit will be unique.

For group bookings, or for specific access requirements please call 029 2087 8444.

Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Tours are suitable for children over 7 years.

All adult visitors attending tours must bring photo ID. Large bags, rucksacks and shopping bags are not allowed on the tour.

Bags will be searched, so to avoid delays we recommend visitors do not bring large bags or unnecessary items.

  • Adult: £13.00
  • Family ticket (1 adult and up to 3 children or 2 adults and 2 children): £38.00
  • Student | Under 26 years | Claimants: £10.00
  • Disabled person | Over 65: £12.00
  • Group 10 + tickets - Adults: £12.00
  • Group 10 + tickets -  Students | Under 26 | Claimants: £9.00
  • Group 10 + tickets - Disabled people | Over 65s: £11.00
  • Time Credits (please contact Box Office on 02920 878444): 2 credits
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