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700 Club CBN Shows

The 700 Club

Visit CBN

Visit CBN

For 700 Club Reservations or Information:

Call (757) 226-2745

 

The Christian Broadcasting Network is a fascinating all-in-one stop for the entire family. Free guided tours Monday through Friday offer a behind-the-scenes look at this international television network and its multifaceted ministry.

Experience the energy of live TV as a studio guest of The 700 Club. This fast-paced, nationally televised program covers a wide variety of interesting and provocative topics that motivate audiences to join in with questions and comments.

Later, as you take a walk through the Georgian-style buildings, note the original, specially-commissioned oil paintings and sculptures on display. And visit the adjoining campus of Regent University, the graduate level training ground for tomorrow's leaders.

CBN's beautiful 685-acre complex includes the TV Studio Headquarters Building (SHB), the Corporate Support Building (CSB), the Regent University campus, including a magnificent state-of-the-art library, and The Founders Inn and Conference Center.

Come to CBN and see international television in the making. When it comes to family attractions, we're a site to behold.

CBN Center Tours Monday - Friday

8:30 a.m.
Seating for The 700 Club
STUDIO HEADQUARTERS BUILDING
9:00 a.m. The 700 Club
10:00 a.m.
Tour of Studio Building
(Meet in Chapel Area)
11:00 a.m.
Graduate Tour of Regent University
(Meet in Welcome Center Reception Area of the Regent Divinity Building)
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