MUSEUM OF BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS
        360 North State Street, Chicago, IL 60654-5411  P. 312-245-8200      Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) © 2018 All rights reserved.©  
 Museum of Broadcast Communications was made possible thanks to a generous grant by:
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Museum Hours

Hours: Sunday 12 - 5 Monday Closed Tuesday 10 - 5 Wednesday 10 - 8 Thursday 10 - 5 Friday 10 - 5 Saturday 10 - 5 Last admission one hour before closing. Please give yourself 2 - 3 hours to fully enjoy the museum. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and September 7, 2018. Admission Prices (all inclusive): Adults = $25.00 Seniors = $20.00 Students (with valid ID) = $20.00 Plus applicable sales tax. Due to contractual obligations, we can only redeem Groupon and GoldStar Promotions that are specifically for ‘Saturday Night Live: The Experience’ and good from 4/1 to 4/30/18. 3rd floor admission without purchasing SNL: $6 Adult $5 Seniors (65+) FREE up to age 12 Free admission for members. Address 360 North State Street Chicago, IL 60654-5411 Google Map Parking Parking is available at LAZ Parking at 401 North State Street (AMA Plaza Garage), diagonal from the museum. Look for the Hertz sign. Prepaid parking discount of $9 for 6 hours - must be paid in advance using this link and entering promo code SNL. Patron's that do not prepay can still receive a discount of $12 for 6 hours. A validation voucher must be picked up from the box office to receive this discount. Public Transportation CTA bus routes 29, 36, and 62 all stop at the front door of the MBC. From the CTA Red Line station at Grand, walk south on State Street for three blocks. From the station at State & Lake, walk north on State Street for one block, cross the river, and MBC will be on the left before you reach Kinzie Street. Also... The Museum of Broadcast Communication is ADA compliant. The videotaping and/or recording of any museum screen content is prohibited.
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MUSEUM OF BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS
        360 North State Street, Chicago, IL 60654-5411  P. 312-245-8200      Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) © 2018   All rights reserved.©  
 Museum of Broadcast Communications was made possible thanks to a generous grant by:
                                                      I Terms Of Use I Privacy Policy I Contact Us I

Museum Hours

Hours: Sunday 12 - 5 Monday Closed Tuesday 10 - 5 Wednesday 10 - 8 Thursday 10 - 5 Friday 10 - 5 Saturday 10 - 5 Last admission one hour before closing. Please give yourself 2 - 3 hours to fully enjoy the museum. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and September 7, 2018. Admission Prices (all inclusive):    Adults = $25.00 Seniors = $20.00 Students (with valid ID) = $20.00 Plus applicable sales tax. Due to contractual obligations, we can only redeem Groupon and GoldStar Promotions that are specifically for ‘Saturday Night Live: The Experience’ and good from  4/1 to 4/30/18. 3rd floor admission without purchasing SNL: $6 Adult $5 Seniors (65+) FREE up to age 12 Free admission for members. Address 360 North State Street Chicago, IL 60654-5411 Google Map Parking Parking is available at LAZ Parking at 401 North State Street (AMA Plaza Garage), diagonal from the museum. Look for the Hertz sign. Prepaid parking discount of $9 for 6 hours - must be paid in advance using this link and entering promo code SNL. Patron's that do not prepay can still receive a discount of $12 for 6 hours. A validation voucher must be picked up from the box office to receive this discount. Public Transportation CTA bus routes 29, 36, and 62 all stop at the front door of the MBC. From the CTA Red Line station at Grand, walk south on State Street for three blocks. From the station at State & Lake, walk north on State Street for one block, cross the river, and MBC will be on the left before you reach Kinzie Street. Also... The Museum of Broadcast Communication is ADA compliant. The videotaping and/or recording of any museum screen content is prohibited.