CBBC Interactive Tours (London) Reviews
Description:Address: BBC Television Centre / Wood Lane / London / W12 7RJ / England
Newest Review: ... ladies who my friend thought was The Saturdays (I wouldn't know them if they had a sign round their necks saying 'The Saturdays') and Chris Hollins (I know him!) Then your tour guide arrives and the first thing they say is 'What do you do if you see a star whilst in the BBC?' To which the children had various answers such as 'Scream', 'Ask for their autograph', 'Faint' or possibly all three! ... more
Customer CBBC Interactive Tours (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 283 readings)
Ever fancied seeing the Blue Peter garden? Having your photo taken by the TARDIS? Taking part in the making of a TV programme? Then this is the tour for you. It's fantastic. This tour is aimed at children aged between 7 and 12 but I did this recently and I loved it, and I'm a pretty big grown-up now (outwardly at least). To take the tour you have to visit the BBC studios in Wood Lane. The nearest tubes are White City or Wood Lane depending on which line you use. it is probably advisable to book and you can do this by following the link on the BBC website. Cost Adults £9.50 Children £7.00 Family £27.00 (2 adults, 2 ... Read the complete review
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