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MZTV Museum of Television

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MZTV Museum of Television

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64 Jefferson Ave, Toronto, Ontario M6K 1Y4 Canada
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Drew H wrote a review Jan 2020
Toronto, Ontario, Canada20 contributions5 helpful votes
MZTV Museum is a gem in the Liberty Village district of Toronto. It gives the history of the two early TV pioneers. Baird developed a method of mechanical TV and Farnsworth figured out how to make it electronic. There are many examples of early TVs up into the 1960's and the emergence of colour screens. Our hosts gave a great tour of the ZoomerPlex facility including the radio stations and TV studios as well as an overview of the museum that is housed in the buildings. This would be an eye opener for youth on how smartphones and digital TVs started out about 100 years ago. At less than $10 a person its a bargain.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Barbara-Anne P wrote a review Dec 2019
Toronto, Canada9 contributions1 helpful vote
Check it out! It is very, very fun........ The ticket price is about $12, but you can often fine a coupon on Groupon
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Glenn S wrote a review Dec 2019
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Moses Znaimer and his team have put together an amazing museum of original articles and artifacts pertaining to the birth of TV. Not content or programming but the actual birth of the TV set. We had an amazing tour guide, Darryl Komaromi (Director, Social Media and Outreach). I recommend everyone interested in something we take for granted (TV) these days to make time when you are in Toronto to see this museum. You will not be disappointed. Thank you Moses_for sharing your collection with us.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Laura W wrote a review Nov 2019
Toronto, Canada2 contributions1 helpful vote
For anyone interested in the start of technology and television, this museum is a unique gem. I don’t think there is anything like it anywhere in North America let alone the world. It tells the amazing story of several inventors, including “the most famous man you have never heard of”: Philo T Farnsworth. This young American was a genius and an amazing inventor of electronic television. The story is so beautifully captured in the museum. It is well worth a visit. It was an easy 10 min. streetcar ride west along King Street from downtown Toronto. We got off just after the bridge (Jefferson) and walked down. Liberty Village is nearby.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Lynn D wrote a review Oct 2019
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This museum is well worth the experience because of the impact television has had and continues to have in our lives. The staff is well informed, and we felt that we had a better appreciation for the great inventors and their lives. We were impressed at the artistic displays and the amazing detail this museum has to help preserve the legacy of television. The whole family will enoy this!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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