Dedicated to preserving and collecting television programs as a service to the public, the museum consists of two museum branches in Los Angeles and New York City; combined they hold over 100,000 television programs that are available to the public, providing a historical, artistic and cultural perspective to television and radio. You may use their library here for the price of admission. They have lots of old shows and a database so you can see if they have what you want.
25 W 52nd St
Nearest Transit: 5th Ave-53rd St (Lines: E,V)
+1 212 621-660
The Paley Center for Media and Nearby Attractions on Map
Times Square(0.9 km)
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Metropolitan Museum of Art(2.4 km)
Pay what you wish; includes same-day admission to the Cloisters Museum & Gardens in Upper Manhattan (suggested admission $20 adults, $15 seniors, $10 students, children under 12 free).
Flatiron Building(2.4 km)
The Flatiron Building is another of New York’s architectural landmarks, a wedge-shaped 22-storey Beaux-Arts building at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway.
Empire State Building(1.5 km)
The Empire State Building is Manhattan’s best known landmark and stands as a testament to the American spirit.
Neue Galerie New York(2.7 km)
Chrysler Building(1 km)
One of the most recognizable and favored structures of New York, the Chrysler was the world's tallest building when completed in 1930, but lost that title to the nearby Empire State Building less than a year later.
Grand Central Terminal(1 km)
Walk in and see the main concourse, a cavernous room often filled with people and elegantly detailed, with arched windows, a lovely clock, and an astronomical ceiling.
New York Public Library(1 km)
The main branch of the New York Public Library (officially the Stephen A.
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