Museum of Broadcast Communications
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The Museum of Broadcast Communications has made significant progress since opening its first full display—the National Radio Hall of Fame Gallery—in December 2011. In addition to that now stalwart staple, interactive exhibits on television occupy the second floor. From a replica of Lucy’s famous polka-dotted dress on I Love Lucy to a looped video explaining the significance of the MTV’s The Real World, this museum is tailor-made for hardcore media buffs.
360 N State St
|Cross street:||at Kinzie St|
|Transport:||Bus: 29, 36, 62.|
|Price:||$12, kids ages 4–12 $6, seniors $10|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sat 10am–5pm|
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