CBC Museum

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250 Front St. W, Toronto, Canada

CBC Museum Toronto Reviews

silan silan
59 reviews
May 30, 2007
Once you make your way past the giant picture of Peter Mansbridge plastered on the side of the CBC building, and get inside, the museum is located quietly on the side. It's a small museum, and probably not worth the visit, but if you were like me, and you grew up with Mr. Dressup and Chester the Crow, then you'll enjoy seeing the artifacts from the set and some of the puppets used. Other pieces of history from various CBC shows are also displayed.

The museum is free so if you're in the area and have nothing to do, then it's something to check out, as well as seeing a bit more of the CBC building (maybe you're wandering the area hoping to see George Stroumboulopoulos?). There is also another gallery in the museum that shows original recording and broadcasting instruments used throughout the history of the station.
onlyone says:
loved* not looked lol
Posted on: Jan 13, 2010
onlyone says:
i looked Mr.Dress up. I live in Mississauga and i didn't even know about this. Thanks
Posted on: Jan 13, 2010
geoffd says:
for those of you who don't know, the CBC is the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (basically Canada's version of the BBC).
Posted on: Jul 02, 2007
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