Museum of TV, Free for CARP Members

It’s been called “a must visit for TV fans and history buffs”, “a techno-temple for the ages”, and “a heavenly shrine to the art of TV technology.”

And CARP Members Get in Free!

Collecting televisions has been a lifelong passion for CARP President, Moses Znaimer and if you haven’t had a chance to visit hisMZTV Museum of Television, summer hours are on now!

Highlights include:

  • The lucite RCA TRK-12 Phantom Teleceiver “the rarest set on the planet” from the 1939 New York World’s Fair
  • John Logie Baird’s scanning discs
  • Marilyn Monroe’s personal TV set
  • Felix The Cat – the first star of television
  • The Kuba Komet, a design marvel combining TV, radio and phonograph
  • The original Citytv Speaker’s Corner (you’re invited to record your own TV memories!)


See a second exhibit in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Cinémathèque québécoise called “Aspects of the Global Village – The Television Era in Canada, 1950 – 2000. Due to popular demand, the exhibit has been extended until August 13th only!

The MZTV Museum is open Tuesday – Friday from 2 – 5pm with a daily guided our at 4pm or by appointment.

64 Jefferson Ave. Toronto, ON

Book your tour today by calling 416.599.7339
or email[email protected]