Canadian Broadcasting Centre, Toronto
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The Canadian Broadcasting Centre, located in Toronto, Ontario, is the broadcast headquarters and master control point for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's English-language television and radio services. It also contains studios for local and regional French language productions and is also home to the North American Broadcasters Association. Its French language counterpart is the Maison Radio-Canada, located in Montreal.The Canadian Broadcasting Centre is located at 250 Front Street West in Downtown Toronto, directly across the street from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It is within walking distance of Union Station, the Rogers Centre, and the CN Tower. It is also connected to the city's PATH underground pathway system.Plan to visit Canadian Broadcasting Centre and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Toronto attractions using our Toronto tour planner.
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I didn't even know that the CBC had a museum until we went there to view the pop-up display/shop for the Murdoch series - which while not extensive was interesting - but seeing signs for the museum we... read more »
The CBC Offices in Toronto is the biggest TV station that I have visited compared to CTV in Queen Street West and City TV in Yonge and Dundas Square. It has a huge atrium with a huge screen where you ... read more »
Great way to spend an hour learning about our national public broadcaster. Sit in the atrium, have a small bite to eat, take 20 minutes to go in the free CBC Museum. All free, great way to take some d... read more »
Great little museum showing off Canada's broadcasting history. The set up they have in the Atrium is great for viewing the Olympics too.
They have a very small museum (free admission) containing things from broadcasting history and iconic children's TV shows like Mister Dressup and the Friendly Giant. We were disappointed that there wasn't more to the museum and that there wasn't a gift store that sold branded merchandise from the CBC or any of the programs on their network.
Steve St. Onge
Great setup for watching the Olympics! There is one large viewing area. Then a smaller area to catch a different channel or web feed if you need too.
As a tourist attraction, there isn't much here. The museum is small, but interesting. It's not worth a trip in itself, but if you're in the area and this sort of thing interests you, then check it out.
Jeffery Thomas smith I invented the cbc and nbc cbs BBC etc evvery country and a few other levels larger and smaller
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