Yes. Donations are considered on a case-by-case basis by our Collection Department. Film and video material, e.g. movies and television programs, are not collected by the Museum. View "Donating" in the Collection section of this website for more information.
The Museum was established in Astoria because it is historically tied to the site of the Astoria Studio. View "Museum History" for more information.
The Museum’s film department programs all public screenings in the two theaters and off-site Museum screenings. Before sending any materials, please make an initial inquiry by sending an email to [email protected]. Invitation-only private screenings (for which no admission may be charged) may be arranged by sending an email to [email protected].
The Museum presents more than 500 presidential campaign commercials from 1952 through 2008 in streaming video format on its website for no fee. At this time the Museum cannot distribute this material on DVD or other video formats for private or educational use.
The Museum is available for private events including corporate gatherings, conferences, receptions, screenings, and birthday parties. For more information, please view the "Private Events" section of this website.
Requests for location shoots are considered on a case-by-case basis. A fee will be charged. The best day for a commercial shoot is Monday, when the Museum is closed to the public. For further information and to fill out an application, please contact the Museum’s Public Information Office at [email protected].
Strollers are permitted on the first floor of the Museum, which includes the lobby, café, and Education Center. To ensure the safety and security of the Museum’s artifacts, strollers are not permitted in the galleries and may be checked for free at the admissions desk.
Baby-changing stations are located in both the men’s and women’s restrooms in the Education Center on the first floor of the Museum.
Though MoMI has a café located in the lobby, serving a selection of sandwiches, snacks, and beverages, it is currently closed to the public.
There are a number of restaurants nearby offering a diverse range of dining options. Read our Exploring Astoria section for more.
Visitors are encouraged to bring pencils for writing or sketching. No pens or markers are allowed in the Museum's galleries.
Yes. However, flash photography and tripods are not permitted in the Museum.
Children over the age of fourteen may visit the Museum without adult supervision.