Tour NPR Headquarters
Get a glimpse of the life behind your radio speakers by taking a tour of NPR’s Washington facility. See the studios of Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Talk of the Nation. Learn how news stories evolve into programming on 975 public radio stations across the United States and how we reach 26 million listeners every week.
From January through May 2013, no public tours will be offered while NPR relocates its Washington, D.C. headquarters. Check back here in late spring for an updated schedule of public tours, which are expected to resume in June 2013.
635 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
Closest Metro Stop:
Gallery Place/Chinatown; Yellow, Green and Red lines.
For groups of more than five, or to request specialized tours for university groups, media students and other organizations, please call (202) 513-3232 at least four weeks in advance.
The NPR tour is most interesting for those 16 and older. However, younger children are welcome to participate with parental supervision. For school groups, students should be involved in radio and TV productions or taking communications, political science, journalism classes, or related studies.