Located on the main floor of the Toronto Broadcasting Centre, the CBC Museum showcases a selection of CBC’s archival materials, many dating back to the beginning of broadcast in 1936. The museum features a number of interactive exhibits where visitors can call up excerpts from famous CBC shows, including Kids’ CBC, CBC News and CBC Sports. Take a museum selfie with some of CBC’s most important heritage items, including Mr. Dressup’s famous Tickle Trunk or a CBC microphone from 1910. The Graham Spry Theatre, adjacent to the main floor Museum, features sneak previews of exciting new CBC programming.
Bilingual tour representatives are available upon request and availability. Admission to the museum is FREE!
250 Front Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 3G5