The MZTV Museum of Television honour the inventors of television with two new exhibits!
JOHN LOGIE BAIRD
THE FIRST FATHER OF TELEVISION
This new exhibit honours the groundbreaking work of John Logie Baird (JLB), the First Father of Television. On May 25, 2019, the MZTV Museum was pleased to welcome special guests, JLB's son, Malcolm Baird, and JLB's grandson, Iain Baird to formally open the exhibit at the ribbon cutting event.
PHILO T. FARNSWORTH
FORGOTTEN GENIUS: THE BOY WHO INVENTED ELECTRONIC TELEVISION
Discover Farnsworth's amazing story, told through never-before-displayed films, photos, lab journals and artifacts. Named, "the most significant television exhibit in North America" by the Toronto Star, the MZTV Museum was pleased to officially open to the public at the ribbon cutting event with Curator Phil Savenick, on Oct 13, 2018.