Museum of Television

Type: Museum

This museum preserves and promotes the history of television.




The archives is available by appointment only. It contains an array of material pertaining to technology and television history, such as patent, technology magazines dating back to the early 1900s and other literature on technology and culture.


The museum’s collection consists of over 10,000 objects of papers, discs, books, magazines, toys and television related technologies, such as television sets.

Public Programming:

Online Exhibitions

The Museum of Television offers a series of permanent online exhibits that are focused on the theme of television, such as the pioneers of television, famous television stars or the timeline of television.



Volunteer/Internship/Placement Opportunities:

This institution accepts volunteers and interns when work is available. Responsibilities may vary according to the needs of the museum, but generally involve inputting data, archiving artefacts, checking artefacts and marking down potential problems. Unique opportunities such as conducting research for special initiatives and travelling exhibits may also be available.

Address & Contact Information:

MZTV Museum of Television
550 Queen Street East
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5A 1V2

Phone: 416 599 7339

Hours of Operation:

Temporarily Closed

Key Words: technology, broadcasting