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Paley Center For Media, Beverly Hills
(4.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
One institution, two locations:

25 West 52 Street, New York, NY (212.621.6600). Hours Wed. to Sun. noon to 6:00pm

465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA (310.786.1000). Hours Wed. to Sun. noon to 5:00pm

Membership brings you benefits on both coasts, including early sale dates and discounted tickets for events such as the annual PaleyFest in both cities. Join us today paleycenter.org/join .
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  • The displays covered 50 years of daytime viewing on CBS and were very interesting and informative. Even saw a "celebrity" who happened to be there at the same time. 
  • The Paley Center for Media & Paleyfest Location, formerly the Museum of Television & Radio (MT&R) and the Museum of Broadcasting was founded in 1975 by William S. Paley and this very special place hap...  more »
  • Having seen all my favourite TV casts do PaleyFest I just had to go in and have a look around. There was a big South Park exhibit which looked amazing but as I've never seen the show it didn't really ...  more »
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  • I Finally Visited The Paley Center For Media In Beverly Hills, California! The Paley Center for Media & Paleyfest Location, formerly the Museum of Television & Radio (MT&R) and the Museum of Broadcasting was founded in 1975 by William S. Paley and this very special place happens to be an American cultural institution in New York and Los Angeles dedicated to the discussion of the cultural, creative and social significance of television, radio and emerging platforms for the professional community and media-interested public. When I visited the museum back on Saturday, October 29, 2016, I was simply amazed to see the various types of entertainment exhibits. For example, I first saw the Wheel that is used on The Price Is Right and got to Spin The Wheel! It was Fun! They also had an old setting where you can stand behind the microphone and take pictures as if You were actually on the show! In My Case: I was on the show back in the year of 2000 with Bob Barker who was the host at that time and so this did bring back memories. They also had other Game Shows there as well such as Let's Make A Deal and there was a Special Promotion for The Young And The Resless. I even got to walk on the catwalk for The Bold And The Beautiful and view the cast for "The Talk" and pose with them if I wanted to. In Addition: They also have viewing rooms where You can watch thousands of television shows from the past which is really cool! Their staff are also very friendly and knowledgeable and I definitely recommend this museum if You like television shows, the entertainment business and want to learn more about them. Thank you. Sincerely yours, Howard Paul Shore Visitor /HPS
  • The center itself has great artwork and different displays up. Was lucky to catch the Ash vs Evil Dead showing and the acoustics were great So I could hear everything even all the way in the back.
  • A first class media center in the heart of Beverly Hills.
  • This is an amazing recourse. If you need to know anything pertaining TV this is the place. The knowledge from the staff is impeccable.
  • I went to view the Debbie Reynolds collection last weekend. While the collection was fantastic the staff at the Paley were far from it. Quoted "free" admission was a far stretch as they made us stand in line to try and force a donation, and sneered at us when we picked up our "tickets" without paying a donation. I would have gladly paid to see the collection, but don't tell me its free and then try to force a donation. I think the Paley would have much better rapport with the public if they charged a small fee or, like at many museums, leave a large box for donations at the door.