Paley Center For Media, Beverly Hills
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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
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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 ... read more »
Outlander has grown since last June 2015 when a few costumes were on display at The Grove. This was a detailed exhibit of the favorite costumes. They could be examined closely to see the detailed work... read more »
If you hate shopping and you're visiting Rodeo Drive someone who loves it, you could do worse than begging off to visit the Paley. It's small, room for one major exhibit. It was costumes and set desig... read more »
This is an amazing recourse. If you need to know anything pertaining TV this is the place. The knowledge from the staff is impeccable.
A first class media center in the heart of Beverly Hills.
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.
Staff is so rude here
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