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Paley Center for Media

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465 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4601
+1 310-786-1000
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Non-profit organization dedicated to collect and preserve those television and radio programs chosen for their artistic, cultural and historical significance.
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465 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4601
Beverly Hills
+1 310-786-1000
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Reviewed July 7, 2016

We were visiting LA for 1 day and when I found out there was an Outlander Exhibit here, I had to see it. Admission is free but they suggest a donation. There was also a Shark VR exhibit happening at the same time. You look...More

Thank Tofurry
Reviewed March 10, 2016

There's a Paley Center for Media in New York City too. This is a great place to get immersed in the world of media. You will need a few hours to really enjoy all the services available here. Sometimes they host events here too.

Thank Adrianna A
Reviewed February 13, 2016

This modern building houses an amazing collection of television and radio programs (160,000+) going back to the 1940's and current popular shows. Historical moments reported on television such as Walter Cronkite's announcement of Kennedy's assassination can be viewed in your own module. In the month...More

Thank Jeanne S
Reviewed February 12, 2016

Headed to Paley Center not knowing what to expect, and it was a very well-kept interesting space. There were no special exhibits at the time, one had just concluded in the main hall, and there was a Doritos exhibit in conjunction with Super Bowl (commercials.)...More

Thank Lauren M
Reviewed February 8, 2016 via mobile

We came to the Paley Center at the end of our vacation due to the amazing experience we had two years ago with the Warner Brothers exhibit. This exhibit was exiting had a lot of different costumes, sets, and artifacts. It also was very involved...More

Thank Yaacov D
Reviewed December 6, 2015

The museum is the largest archive of television in the world. The draw is that you can search the catalogue and find and listen to your favorites from years past. You can hear or watch the Jack Benny shows, and all the other greats of...More

Thank NJTravellingfool
Reviewed September 19, 2015

I attend the CSI Final event at Paley. The staff was very nice to answer questions if needed that night. I did have to come back to take pictures of the displays the had for the event which the staff was nice enough to let...More

Thank CSIfan3167
Reviewed September 10, 2015

We saw the typewriter exhibition !!!, some interesting information , but not worth $10 USD. the media room was very busy and as you have to wait for someone to assist you we weren't able to see any opt the old footage

Thank Margaret B
Reviewed August 13, 2015

Great place for TV and radio buffs.....enormous collection of vintage shows, special screenings and events, Q and A's, and the annual PaleyFest. The site is modern, comfortable, and quite beautiful, and the neighborhood has lots of great eateries.

Thank JohnRyan724
Reviewed August 10, 2015

We were not certain if this was a museum or research facility, and it turns out that it is a bit of both. There is a research area closed to the general public, but there are rotating exhibitions and a cinema showing films about the...More

Thank Chris A
Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills began as a modest village years ago and
today you can still feel its small town origins, even
though it has become a major tourist attraction and
business center for the entertainment industry. This
town lives up to its reputation as an area full of
designer retail stores and residential streets lined
with mansions and palm trees. Inside the commercial
center of Beverly Hills, along Rodeo Drive, droves of
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July 1, 2017|
Response from EwanderingMan | Reviewed this property |
Not that I am aware of, or noticed in March 2017.