The Saturday Night Live Exhibit in Chicago is Amazing (Photos)
As if the Museum of Broadcast Communications isn't cool enough.
I spent the last couple days in Chicago for the National Radio Hall of Fame Ceremony. This was my third year producing the show, but this year it took on a brand new look and style.
The Museum of Broadcast Communications (360 N State in Chicago) is home to a Saturday Night Live exhibit that is incredible. Real sets, real pros, real costume, anything and everything SNL that you can imagine is a short drive away.
Whether it's the Jeopardy set, costumes worn by Madonna or Chris Farley, the museum has it all. They have guided tours that finish up with Tina Fey of the SNL main stage thanking you for coming. For tour times, ticket prices and hours of operation CLICK HERE.
Check out some of my photos from the SNL exhibit: