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The MZTV Museum and Archive seeks to protect, preserve and promote the Receiving Instruments of Television History. Whereas other North American Museums of Broadcasting feature Programs, ours is unique in its focus on the History of the Technology...more
Hours Today: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
64 Jefferson Ave, Toronto, Ontario M6K 1Y4, Canada
We visited this wonderful small museum as a family of 4 (with two teens). We all learned a lot of new fascinating facts about the Technology of TV and how it evolved in the 20th Century.
Darryl was a great tour guide and gave us...More
I visited this museum during March Break with my 15 year-old son. It was fascinating to see the history of TV. There are some one-of-a-kind relics that were amazing. Darryl was great as our tour guide.
took our grandchildren to this tv museum in Liberty Village in Toronto ,,to let them see where their phones and ipods started,,its all in one big room AND WHAT A
FANTASIC SELECTION OF TVs thy have,, Darren (or Darrel ) has a loud clear voice...More
This museum is one of Toronto's great cultural treasures. It gives a visitor appreciation for the remarkable impact television has had on modern society. Technology, design, pop culture, information and entertainment, all in one gallery. And the original RCA Felix the Cat! If there was...More
Great museum! Darryl was super helpful and passionate about the museum. Fascinating collection with amazing information, and the interactive app to guide visitors around the museum was extremely helpful. Highly recommended!
What a great hidden spot in Liberty Village! We had Darryl give us an amazing overview of this TV Museum. Darryl also made sure we had the app loaded which happens to be narrated by Darryl it is informative and well organized.
The museum is...More
Well organized and outlined Museum of Television right in the Heart of Liberty Village in Downtown Toronto. Some old TVs are even in operating conditions. Nice to see the images on the screen, how it used to be during the time of Black and White...More
This is a very well curated museum containing a large collection of vintage TVs including the very first displayed at the World Fair just before WWII. The exhibits are organized beautifully and documents the development of television since its invention. A downloadable app narrates and...More
It is a really nice collection of old TVs dating back to the 1920's when it was a "mechanical TV". Don't know what that is? Check it out at this museum.
It is a single room, but I did manage to spend 2 hours there...More