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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

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.

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

Jonathan Langer

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Amazing museum with a large collection of antique radio equipment; staffed by volunteers who are extremely knowledgeable

Roland Brown

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Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017
Excellent museum if you are into radio and technology history. They also are great source of information for those who do repair work to such items.

Brian Kidd

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Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017
A technology lover's dream. So much history, beautifully preserved. A little off the beaten path, but worth the visit.

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