Always had an interest in radio, Dad was an early ham radio operator, so went to this museum expecting a static display of antique radios. They have that plus well planed and presented hands on displays covering every aspect of human communications including typewriter, telegraph, phonograph, movies, TV, telephone, ham radio (including a functional ham radio station), commercial broadcasting (including a working replica of a broadcast control room and sound effects studio) and working Tesla coil demonstrations for dramatic electrical displays. Their gift shop carries beautifully restored antique radios and telephones at very reasonable prices plus a variety of souvenir items. We planned to spend an hour and stayed three.
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