Directory Entry Category: Attractions
Internationally recognized for its continuing efforts in preserving and documenting broadcasting history. Features an extensive collection of antique radio, television and broadcast equipment. Admission: $7 adults, $5 students.
This museum transports visitors back to the beginning of broadcast from antique radios to WWII tape recorders. With one of the largest collections of vintage radio and televisionequipment in the world, the museum tells the stories of the biggest names in the broadcast business and the impact that this revolutionary form of communication has had on our world. Children can experience the glamor of 1960s radio programs and TV quiz shows at theLive and On The Airbroadcast workshop and learn about the wonders of electromagnetism at theElectromagnetism Workshop.