Children taking a tour of CBC Kids Studio K


Book a Studio K Tour

Come visit us at the CBC at 25 John St. in Toronto! 

We're offering two different tours, both are free. 

Please note that our tours are very popular, and are booked on a first-come first-served basis. Selecting your preferred date on this form is not a guaranteed registration, but we will do our best to make sure that everyone who wants to come has a chance to do so! 

Public Tours

The brand new CBC Kids' Studio K is a vibrant, 360-degree, public-access studio that has been outfitted for fun! With its retro style, colourful palette and kidified versions of all things TV, Studio K offers a fun and interactive experience for visitors — grownups and kids alike.

School Tours

The CBC Kids Studio Tour is a world-class tour the likes of which you won’t find anywhere else in Canada. Classrooms are welcome to visit the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in downtown Toronto to have a tour of the brand new 360-degree Studio K, connect with CBC Kids News and visit the CBC Kids Digital Media Lab! This tour is appropriate for students in Junior Kindergarten up to Grade 6. Please check dates for any specific age recommendations — if your desired grade is not yet available, please check back. More dates will be released in the near future. Note that school buses must come to 250 Front St West.

For more details and to register, please click the links below.
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