The Voice of America Studio Tour is a behind-the-scenes look at live broadcasting in radio, television, and the Internet in several of our 45 languages. Tours are guided with audio and video features, and last 45 minutes.
L'Enfant Plaza Metro (Yellow, Green, Blue, and Orange lines)
Take the 7th Street/Maryland Ave. exit and walk east to VOA's entrance on Independence Avenue, between 3rd and 4th Streets.
Federal Center Southwest Metro (Blue & Orange lines)
Exit onto 3rd Street, turn left and walk three blocks to Independence Avenue. Turn left onto Independence. VOA's entrance is in the middle of the block, between 3rd and 4th Streets.
"It was great seeing one of the biggest newsrooms in the world and also seeing the Albanian Service whom I've been watching on TV my whole life. Thank you VOA for this opportunity." Gentiana, Kosovo
"I listened to VOA as a teenager in the Soviet Union in the late 70's. It was a porthole into a different world, a different way of thinking. It was exciting for me to see the actual place where those programs had been produced. Thank you very much." Yena, Russia
"The studio tour was extremely informative and most professionally done. The tour is modern, well-organized, and efficient. The range of languages used to communicate with the world is amazing. Keep up the good work!" Carrol, Maryland, USA
"I enjoyed bringing my university interns here in Washington, DC on a very educational tour. Thank you VOA for what you do for the citizens of our world." Stephanie, Kansas, USA
"Thanks for the tour. This was a lot of fun, an interesting insight into a complex process."Jonathan, United States
"The VOA tour was an unforgettable experience and taught me how to be a professional reporter and a broadcaster. Thanks for the visit." Jose Panama City, Panama