Take a trip into broadcast media history. At the museum you can view the first moon walk, catch the Beatles’ first appearance on American television, see vintage TV commercials or select your favorite episode of Nick at Nite – all from a collection of more than 110,000 TV and radio programs and advertisements from the 1920s to present day.

Weekends are an especially great time to visit with the kids. You’ll find hands-on exhibits throughout the museum. On Saturday mornings, eight to 13-year-olds can be a part of the action with the Recreating Radio workshop. Here children can recreate performances and sound effects from ‘30s and ‘40s radio shows.

Throughout the year, you’ll find numerous temporary exhibits like costume showcases from your favorite shows. West 52nd Street (212) 621-6600.