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Hall of Fame Garden

  • Hall of Fame Garden

    The Television Academy's Hall of Fame Garden

  • The Television Academy's Hall of Fame Garden

  • Nameplate with QR code

    The nameplate beneath Walt Disney's bust, showing the QR code.

  • Nameplate with QR code

    Carol Burnett's statue, showing the QR code on the nameplate.

  • East Wall

    The east wall of the Television Academy features 40 likenesses of Hall of Fame honorees.

  • Plaque collection

    Each collection displays ten honorees.

  • Plaque collections

    The bottom-right corner of each collection has a QR code which gives you access to information about the ten honorees displayed there.

The Hall of Fame Garden on the Television Academy campus in North Hollywood, California features statues, busts, and plaques depicting more than 100 of our Hall of Fame honorees.

The Garden surrounds the Saban Media Center and the Television Academy headquarters building. Busts and statues are displayed along the south exterior of the Saban, in the Garden between the buildings, and in front of and along the west side of the Academy building. Forty plaques with likenesses of honorees are displayed on the east wall of the Academy building.

See the Hall of Fame Garden Map.

Several honorees are represented by life-sized statues around the campus: Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz are on the steps leading into the Academy building, Johnny Carson is at the corner of the Saban; Jack Benny is in the Garden with his violin, and Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton are sitting under the trees in the center of the campus.

Each honoree likeness is displayed with a QR code which, when scanned with your mobile device, will present the Academy's biography page for that person. The presentation includes biographical data and a photo, and may include the honoree's Emmy nominations/wins, photos, videos, and links to other interesting information.

We hope you'll visit the Television Academy and enjoy this tribute to so many television industry luminaries.

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