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64 Jefferson Avenue, Toronto

Admission for Two, Four, or Six to MZTV Museum of Television (Up to 46% Off)

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Exhibitions showcase the revolution of television throughout its formative fifty-year period: 1920s to 1970s

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JIMtop reviewer
10 ratings5 reviews
February 20, 2020
very interesting history of TV
7 ratings1 reviews
February 14, 2020
Great learning experience... very nicely laid out with its own APP that adds more depth to the experience. Really friendly staff.
1 ratings1 reviews
December 6, 2019
The volunteer was great! But, while he was informative, he was talking to us while we were trying to follow along on the website and get all the would be better if he didn't hover so much and was just available for any questions during the tour....consequently, we weren't able to listen to all the stations where the info was on the website....And now have to listen to it at home....
Chrishelpful reviewer
6 ratings3 reviews
July 4, 2019
If you're a fan of history, this is the place to be. Small but detailed layout of amazing televisions. Very informative app that you can download that acts as a tour guide. The staff are pleasant and very knowledgeable. I would recommend a visit here. Very affordable tickets for a chance to go back in time. Also, I'm amazed that the televisions still work! Check it out people.
1 ratings1 reviews
May 1, 2019
Very hands-on helpful staff and a kakeidoscope of TV vision and visionaries.
3 ratings2 reviews
April 10, 2019
A great place to learn a lot, admire old TV sets and the history. The original papier-mache Felix the cat is so cool, this 2 million-dollar exhibit is super impressive. Very well-maintained, friendly staff, awesome volunteer Alessio will make you feel welcome. Highly recommended.
1 ratings1 reviews
February 9, 2019
Great muesum with a wonderful staff! 10/10 definitely will be back to visit.
Kaylynnhelpful reviewer
2 ratings1 reviews
November 15, 2018
I absolutely loved this museum! Everything was neatly organized and staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. Loved the new exibit they have as well. If you have the chance I would definitely reccommend checking it out. Also, if you do plan to visit just know that they have a parking lot, so there is no need to pay for parking elsewhere. :)
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About This Deal

  • Currently on display there’s an exhibition of TV sets from the Moses Znaimer Collection
  • Transportation:
    • By car: parking in ZoomerMedia’s street lot is free for visitors.
    • By bus (63 Ossington or 29 Dufferin)
    • By streetcar (504 King East or 504 King West)
    • GO Train (Lakeshore West train to Exhibition stadium)

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Museum is open Tuesday - Friday from 2:00pm - 5:00pm. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per household. Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About MZTV Museum of Television

The MZTV Museum exhibits the world’s most comprehensive collection of television receivers from the 1920s to the 1970s. Focussing on the history of the technology, as well as the sets themselves, the MZTV Museum tells the story of the medium and contributes to the understanding of the impact of television on the people who watch it.

  • Main Attraction: The world’s most comprehensive collection of rare, vintage television receivers and related artifacts.
  • Eye Catcher: The rarest TV on the planet. The 1939 RCA Phantom Teleceiver – the set that introduced television to North America at the New York World’s Fair. The personal televisions of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley.
  • Permanent Exhibits: Watching TV charts the history of television technology from the dawn of image transmission to the arrival of the transistor and the contemporary era.
  • Don't Miss: “Music From City to Zoomer” is a temporary exhibit created by Museum Toronto and Retrontario, celebrating the rise of Toronto as a “Music City”. This exhibit runs until the end of April 2018.