The CBC Museum shares the history of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation through a multi-media approach.
About the Collections
A broad range of items related to the production of CBC Radio and Television since 1936. It includes vintage microphones, special sound effects devices, vintage puppets, a feature on "Growing Up with CBC", photos, archival television footage, interactive displays and more.
Film footage and radio programs covering a span of more than 60 years
Electronic Records •
Prints and Drawings •
Films and Videos •
Services & Activities
With archives, photos and interactive displays, the CBC Museum offers visitors an insider's view of the history of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The companion Graham Spry Theatre features ongoing screenings of CBC Television shows from the CBC archives. Program changes monthly.
The CBC Museum is appropriate for all ages, and can be used by teachers as an appropriate destination for student trips. The Graham Spry Theatre features ongoing daily films from the CBC archives. Descriptions are in English and French.
Films and Videos
Accessible by Public Transportation
Special Needs Facilities
: Wheelchair access
The Canadian Broadcasting Centre features some restaurants, and the area is well-served by many others.
250 Front St. West
Box 500, Station A, Toronto, Ontario
Hours of Operation
Open: M-F: 9am-5 pm
all statutory holidays