Have you ever wondered how your packages get to you so quickly? With Amazon Tours, you can go behind the scenes to meet the people and see the innovation behind Amazon’s speedy delivery.

There is a lot to explore, so wear your walking shoes. Amazon’s buildings can stretch almost 1 million square metres in size, and they hold an average of 4 million products for sale. On the tour, you’ll learn how we use cutting-edge robotics technology to move millions of items every day.

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“Being a tour guide makes me feel proud and gives me a sense of accomplishment!” said Pau Porta Poveda, an Amazon tour guide based in Dartford, England. “I love being able to welcome our visitors and family members to our ‘home’.”

Every tour lasts approximately one hour and features overviews of key processes and technology, safety and wellness innovations, Amazon’s peculiar culture, and a Q&A session. The tours are also supported by Amazon leadership.

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Robert Kowalik, Amazon’s Vice President of Operations for North America, said, “I’m extremely excited for more communities to see how we make the Amazon magic happen. Amazon is an exciting place to have a career. Tours allow us to share some of that excitement with our customers.”

Tours are opening in new buildings all the time, so check amazontours.com to see if one is available in your area. In-person tours are now available in over 30 new locations across the U.S., Canada, the UK, Italy, and Germany.

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Federica Perito, FC Tour Manager in TRN1 (Torrazza, Italy)
Patricia Schade, FC Tour Manager in FRA7 (Frankenthal, Germany)
Patricia Schade, FC Tour Manager in FRA7 (Frankenthal, Germany)

Sign up today for a free fulfilment centre tour. Registration is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.

And if you can’t join us for an in-person tour, we welcome you to join a livestreaming virtual tour. Sign up today.