While visiting the MZTV Museum of Television, you’ll be up close and personal with some of the rarest and most valuable artifacts of television history. Witness a parade of pre and post World War II sets. Explore specialized displays devoted to receiver design, including the signature Philco Predicta line of sets, the rarest television in the world, the RCA Phantom Teleceiver, the personal TVs of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley, as well as special tributes to the inventors of mechanical and electronic television, John Logie Baird and Philo T. Farnsworth.
Visitors are welcome to purchase admission tickets in-person upon arrival, or here on our website via the ‘Buy Tickets’ button below. Take a deep dive into the history of television. Enjoy browsing the world’s most comprehensive collection of television receivers. The museum is open Tuesday-Friday (2pm-5pm), Saturday (10am-6pm), and is closed Sunday & Monday.
|Seniors and Students||$5|
|Groups 10 +||$5|
|Children 12 and under||FREE|
The MZTV Museum of Television is located in the ZoomerPlex, at 64 Jefferson Avenue, in Toronto's Liberty Village. Street parking can also be found nearby. Visitors are welcome to park in our lot for free, if space is available. Press the button on the gate to have the receptionist let you in.
In addition to being open Tuesday-Friday (2pm-5pm), you can now explore all the museum has to offer on Saturdays between 10am-6pm!Buy Tickets
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