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Ticket Info:
Adults - $10; Students and Seniors - $8; Kids 14 and Under - $5

Hours:
Weds.- Sun. 12pm- 6pm & Thursdays 12pm- 8pm

When to Go:
Rainy days, early afternoon

Age Restriction:
All Ages

Nearest Transit:
5th Ave-53rd St (E, V); 47-50th Sts-Rockefeller Center (B, D, F, V)

Important Information

  • Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Museum of Television and Radio Quick Facts

  • Archive collection at the Paley Center NYC Museum of Television features 150,000 TV episodes, ads and radio programs.
  • Interactive viewing rooms at the Paley Center New York Museum of Broadcasting allow visitors to choose and watch their favorite old TV shows.
  • $10 Day Pass allows visitors re-entry into the NYC Museum of Television and Radio throughout the day.

Address:
25 W 52nd St
New York, US




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NY Museum of TV and Radio Features a Huge Media Archives Collection

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Features: A popular NYC attraction featuring one of the largest collections of classic TV shows, radio programs and television ads, the Paley Media Center - formerly the Museum of Television and Radio - is the perfect rainy day attraction in New York. Visitors who buy a $10 day pass to the New York Museum of Broadcasting enjoy access to a massive database of American media, allowing guests to sit back and enjoy all their old favorites.

Why We Go: The Museum of Telivision and Radio at the Paley Media Center is more of an archive than a New York museum. While you won't find exhibits or old artifacts at the New York Museum of Broadcasting, you will find one of the largest media collections in the world.

  • Classic TV Shows: The NYC Museum of Television at the Paley Center archives feature the best episodes of classic TV shows like The Simpsons, the Wonder Years, Happy Days and more.
  • Three Ways to Enjoy: The New York Broadcasting Museum has three ways to enjoy their archive collection. The first in their booths, where you're allowed to pick out two TV shows to watch. The second is their Radio Room, and the third are the theater rooms, where the staff has picked out classics for audiences to enjoy together.
  • All Day Pass: Visitors are given an all day pass to the Paley Center NYC Museum of Television, so guests can go out for lunch and then come back for more fun.

Inside Knowledge: While it may sound weird to spend an afternoon in NYC watching TV, the Paley Center NYC Museum of Television is the perfect rainy day attraction in New York. Also, the Museum of Television and Radio archive collection has all sorts of hidden gems, including lost TV episodes from screen legends of the 1950's and '60's.

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  • Do Check Out the Theater Rooms: The Theater Rooms at the Paley Center Museum of Broadcasting feature huge theater screens with staff picks that range from classic TV episodes to Super Bowl ad compilations and more.
  • Do Complicated Searches: Challenge the Paley Center Museum of TV and Radio NY to find hidden gems in the database that you can't find anywhere else.
  • Don't Miss the Radio Room: The Radio Listening Rooms at the New York Broadcasting Museum lets visitors relive the old days of broadcasting, and where else can you find FDR's full fireside chats, or the call of Sandy Koufax's perfect game?
  • Don't Go On a Beautiful Day: Save the Paley Center Museum of Television and Radio for a cold or rainy day in NYC.