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National Capital Radio & Television Museum - MD http://www.ncrtv.org
Explore radio from Marconi’s earliest wireless telegraph to the primitive crystal sets of the 1920s, from Depression-era cathedrals and post-War plastic portables to the development of radio with pictures (a.k.a. television). The museum is located in the 1906 Harmel House, an old storekeeper’s residence in the village of Mitchellville, a section of modern south Bowie just thirty minutes from the U. S. Capitol. Museum Hours: Open Friday 10AM-5PM; Saturday and Sunday 1PM-5PM and by arrangement.
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American Museum of Radio and Electricity http://www.amre.us
The American Museum of Radio and Electricity offers an exciting and educational experience for audiences of all ages. Compelling, interactive exhibits spanning four centuries of scientific achievement and cultural heritage are featured in a world-class collection of unique objects. The American Museum of Radio and Electricity displays the inventions and innovations that changed the course of human history. The museum also operates a public FM radio station on 102.3 mHz locally and on lin as well. More info is in our 'Radio Sations' link section.
Added:2 Jul 2010 Clicks:19 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Auman Museum of Radio & Television http://www.aumantvmuseum.com
Museum with hundreds of games, toys, comic books, and other related items pertaining to early television & radio. Many very rare televisions are in the collection. The museum is located at 215 North Tuscarawas Avenue in Dover, Ohio. Hours are by appointment (available most anytime). Phone numbers are (330)-364-1058 and (330)243-4055. See website for emails.
Added:19 Jul 2010 Clicks:23 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
AWA Museum - Apalachin, NY http://www.antiquewireless.org
The Antique Wireless Association is an organization of some 4,000 members li||x||nked by a common interest in the history of electrical and electronic communications. They have a large museum collecting which is currently being moved to a new location. For all inquiries about the Museum and its operation, contact Museum Curator Bruce D. Roloson, W2BDR, Curator, P.O. Box 478, 2 Walnut Place, Apalachin NY 13732, e-mail broloson@ stny.rr.com.
Added:27 Jun 2010 Clicks:5 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Bob Paquette’s Microphone Museum http://www.sssmilwau......useum.html
Bob Paquette’s Microphone Museum is a private collection started in 1950 and displayed since 1970. The museum contains over 1000 microphones, the majority of which are pre-1950. On file is a collection of microphone related literature. Since the microphone evolved from the telephone, a variety of telephone transmitters are on display along with a few early telephones. To make the museum more interesting, early wireless and radio are also included. The museum is open free to the public by calling (414) 645-1672 and is located at Select Sound Service, Inc. 107 E. National Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53204
Added:9 Jul 2010 Clicks:33 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Canada Science and Technology Museum - Communications Section http://www.sciencete......ations.cfm
The Communications area at the Canada Science and Technology Museum embraces all forms of electrical communication, from telegraphy and telephony to wireless communication and radio and television broadcasting. It also includes mechanical and electrical sound recording and reproduction. The museum is located in Ottawa and is open 9-5PM daily May 1 -Sept 7 (labour day). Please see website for additional information.
Added:31 Jul 2010 Clicks:9 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Early Television Foundation and Museum http://www.earlytelevision.org
The Early Television Foundation is dedicated to the preservation of the technology from the early days of television. The history of early television, from the mechanical systems of the 1920s through the introduction of color televsion in the 1950s is covered on this website. This is a great website with pictures of televisions and the broadcasting equipment that sent the signals too. Much historical info is also included. The physical museum is located at 5396 Franklin Street, Hilliard, Ohio (a suburb northwest of Columbus). Hours are Saturdays from 10 to 6, Sundays from noon to 5, and during the week by appointment.
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Gray History of Wireless Museum http://www.graywirelessmuseum.org
The Gray History of Wireless Museum is dedicated to the collection, preservation and display of historical artifacts of radio and wireless communication. The museum is located in Cincinnati, Ohio at the Crosley Communications Center, home of PBS station WCET and NPR station WGUC.
Added:9 Jul 2010 Clicks:3 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Hammond Museum of Radio - Ontario http://www.hammondmuseumofradio.org
Large radio museum with ham radio, broadcasting, antique radio, Collins Radio, and other collections. The Museum is open during normal business hours Monday to Friday and weekends by request. The museum is located in Guelph, Ontario.
Added:31 Jul 2010 Clicks:5 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
History of Public Address - Incredible Site!! http://www.historyofpa.co.uk
This is an incredible site of historic items with lots of commentary put together by a former major seller of audio and radio equipment in the UK, Yaxley’s. Yaxley’s was in operation form the early 1930s and on a limited basis into 2002, at least. This website and an associated brick & mortar museum are the owner and his wife contribution to history. This is a beatifully done website too. You should visit this site and the related ’The Sorry of a Radio Dealer’. We have that site linked under ’Radio History’ here on the VR links page.
Added:5 Oct 2010 Clicks:9 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
InfoAge Science-History Center & Museum - NJ http://www.infoage.org
Our site is at Camp Evans in Wall, New Jersey. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Camp Evans was once the 1914 Marconi Belmar Trans-Atlantic Wireless station. The museum is also home to National Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the NJARC Radio Museum. Hours are Sunday from 1-5PM.
Added:27 Jun 2010 Clicks:10 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Jasper’s Antique Radio Museum & Tropical Fruit Gift Baskets - St.Louis http://www.storycorp......t-baskets/
By all accounts that I can find, this is one mans HUGE collection of 8,000-10,000 radios. To pay for the radios, Tropical Fruit Gift Baskets are sold. By all accounts, the radios and the fruit baskets both get excellent reviews! This link is to a story that ’Story Corps’ did for their blog and it has some good pictures. The address is 2022 Cherokee Street in St. Louis, MO. Hours are Mondy to Saturday from 08:00 AM to 04:00 PM. The phone number is 314-421-8313. We have put this listing together from many on-line resources. A call would recommend a call before visiting!
Added:11 Oct 2010 Clicks:14 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Jim’s Antique Radio Museum http://www.antiqueradiomuseum.org
A very big personal collection and museum covering vintage radio and ham radio. There are a lot of radios listed here with pictures. When you visit the site, you’ll be treated by hearing a recording of the Canadian big band tune ’CQ Serenade’ perhaps the beast song about ham radio, ever! OK, there aren’t many but it IS a good song! Please check the website for info about making an appointment to see the collection in the Monterey area of Central California.
Added:19 Jul 2010 Clicks:41 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
John Rivers Communications Museum - SC http://jrmuseum.cofc......webcluster
The John Rivers Communications Museum is located at on the College of Charleston campus in the historic district of beautiful downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Our four display rooms highlight a wonderful collection of antique radios, televisions, phonographs, telephones, magic lanterns, motion picture projectors, and other items related to the history and entertainment of the communications and broadcasting fields. The museum offers tour and a variety of educational programs. The museum is located at 58 George Street in Charleston, SC. Hours of operation: Monday – Friday, 12:00 – 4:00 p.m., except College of Charleston holidays
Added:15 Feb 2012 Clicks:3 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Lum and Abner Museum and the Jot’Em Down Store http://www.lum-n-abner.com
This is the actual store, located in the actual town that inspired the Lum and Abner radio show! For many years it has been a museum dedicated to this famous radio show and it still is today. They are open March 1 thru November 1 - Tuesday thru Saturday 9:00 am-5:00pm; Sunday 12:00 pm-5:00 pm and by appointment. Located at 4562 Highway 88 in Pine Ridge, Arkansas.
Added:8 Oct 2010 Clicks:3 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Marconi National Historic Site of Canada http://www.pc.gc.ca/......index.aspx
This national historic site of Canada honours Marconi’s role in the development of today’s network of global communications. In 1902, the first official wireless message was sent from this site across the Atlantic Ocean to England. Visitors can see the Wireless Hall of Fame and walk the interpretive trail to the original transmission station. Marconi National Historic Site of Canada is operated by Parks Canada. It isi located in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia and is open daily, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from June 1 to September 15. The Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site is located nearly. That site is also linked here on the VR links page.
Added:6 Oct 2010 Clicks:11 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
McKissick Museum South Carolina Broadcaster’s Association Archives http://www.cas.sc.edu/Mcks/broadcast
The South Carolina Broadcasting Association Archives is located in the McKissick Museum at the University of South Carolina. The Archives documents the history of broadcasting in South Carolina with photographs, papers, videos, film and knowledge of the development of radio and TV there. Use the left sidebar links to navigate to the many on-line exhibits. The archives are also available at the museum.
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Modesto Radio Museum http://www.modestoradiomuseum.org
This is a very creative virtual museum of Modesto, California radio broadcasting but also of radio equipment, such as microphones and ham radio. It is the compound effort of many groups and individuals with similar, complementary interests. This looks like an excellent concept for other communities and groups to follow. Its an interesting site too!
Added:8 Oct 2010 Clicks:9 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) http://www.museum.tv
The mission of the Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) is to collect, preserve, and present historic and contemporary radio and television content as well as educate, inform, and entertain the public through its archives, public programs, screenings, exhibits, publications and online access to its resources. This site has 8,500 digitized TV and radio programs and many other on line resources. There is currently no brick and mortar museum but one is coming. They are located in CHicago and have resources related to that city in particular.
Added:15 Jul 2010 Clicks:8 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
MZTV Museum of Television - Toronto http://www.mztv.com
Major US and Canadian television museum in Toronto, Canada. This museum is the creation of Moses Znaimer a major Canadian broadcaster and the owner of AM 740 an ’old time’ 50kW radio station also in Toronto that also has a Classical Music FM station. The AM station can be heard in much of the US and Canada. Info about it is uncer the ’Radio Sations’ section here on our links page.
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National Capital Radio & Television Museum - MD http://www.ncrtv.org
Explore radio from Marconi’s earliest wireless telegraph to the primitive crystal sets of the 1920s, from Depression-era cathedrals and post-War plastic portables to the development of radio with pictures (a.k.a. television). The museum is located in the 1906 Harmel House, an old storekeeper’s residence in the village of Mitchellville, a section of modern south Bowie just thirty minutes from the U. S. Capitol. Museum Hours: Open Friday 10AM-5PM; Saturday and Sunday 1PM-5PM and by arrangement.
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National Electronics Museum - Baltimore http://www.hem-usa.org
From telegraph and radio to radar and satellites, the National Electronics Museum offers visitors free access to the electronic marvels that have helped to shape our country and our world. Located within minutes of Baltimore’s BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport and the BWI Rail Station, the museum offers a wide variety of both static and interactive displays, as well as a research library that is open to the general public, with holdings that focus on all aspects of electronics history. The museum features a vintage ham radio station and club, K3NEM. The National Electronics Museum is open from 9 am to 3 pm Monday through Friday, and 10 am to 2 pm on Saturdays. There is no admission charge.
Added:21 Jul 2010 Clicks:17 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
NJARC Radio Technology Museum At InfoAge - NJ http://www.rtm.ar88.net
The RTM is a part of the InfoAge Science-History Learning Center located at the former U.S. Army Evans Signal Laboratory. The original site was constructed by Marconi in 1914 as a transatlantic radio receiver site. Both Museums are open every Sunday, 1PM to 5PM or by appointment. The location is behind The Marconi Hotel at 2201 Marconi Road in Wall Township, NJ.
Added:27 Jun 2010 Clicks:6 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Paragon Audio & Video Store - Radio Electronics Museum - WS http://www.paragonvi......useum.html
This is Steve Puntillo’s collection of equipment in the back of a high end audio and video store (pictured) in Madison, WS. It is a ’rag tag’ display but likely highly interesting! Hours: Tues - Wed: 11-6, Thurs: 11-8, Fri: 11-6, Sat: 11-5. I suspect that it would be a good idea to call ahead if your primary interest is in seeing the museum.
Added:5 Aug 2010 Clicks:8 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Pikes Peak Radio & Electronics Museum http://www.pikespeakradiomuseum.com
Dedicated to the preservation, study and display of radio and electronic equipment and related items from the past to the present. Radio Museum Hours: 10:00am - 5:00pm Mon - Fri - Closed Saturday & Sunday, Admission is free. The museum is located at 6735 Earl Drive in Colorado Springs CO.
Added:8 Oct 2010 Clicks:18 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Puget Sound Antique Radio Museum (PSARA) - WA http://www.eskimo.co......useum.html
The PSARA display is located in the second floor of the Shoreline Historical Museum. The exhibit showcases radios from the earliest days of transmission to the advent of "picture radio." Tap out your name on the telegraph key and enjoy 1940's radio programming as you tour the exhibit. The Shoreline Historical Museum is located at 749 North 175th in Shoreline, WA. They are open Tues - Sat from 10am-4pm, The Shoreline Museums website is http://www.shorelinehistoricalmuseum.org.
Added:14 Oct 2010 Clicks:3 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
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