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Museum Of Radio And Technology

1640 Florence Avenue
304-525-8890

The Museum is a 501 c3 non-profit organization.  The Museum of Radio and Technology is housed in this converted 10,000+ square feet red brick elementary school building built in the 1920's.



Reviews

Steve Francia

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Sunday, July 29, 2018
Unbelievable collections of radios, scientific toys/kits, photographs, computers, walkmen, etc...get a docent to show you the cool specific things - you'll need ascot about 1.5 hours.

R Sweeney

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Thursday, June 28, 2018
Outstanding museum for the history of electronics of all kinds. Most everything works and can be demonstrated. From working Edison cylinder players to old radios and televisions. Amateur radio well represented and the museum has shacks from 30's to the present day. All equipment is working and open for licensed hams to use. Broadcast radio and TV well represented as well. Military gear of all kinds and vintages. My wife, an artist, really enjoyed the museum. Great knowledgeable staff. While in town, visit the free vintage car museum.

Christopher Jansen

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Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018
This is a very cool museum with old radio phonographs and computers. I even brought people who weren't interested in radios here and they enjoyed it.

Cindy Brumfield

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Thursday, July 12, 2018
Great place to learn the history of radio and see an old school.

James Redding

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Sunday, March 18, 2018
Best display of ham equipment, ever. Even had a "Grebe", Neutrodyne, and a super collection of TRF receivers. Western Electric transmitter used 189's p-p. Big power supply hidden behind the transmitter rf bays. Over all a "wonderment" to see. Great display of transmitting tubes. Huge Mercury vapour 3 phase ( no Mercury) multi kilo ampere rectifier ( Hewitt Cooper). Wife said it was like a "hamfest" sans the hams

Museum Of Radio And Technology is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media