Radio and Television Museums


Real and virtual places where objects of historical, scientific and cultural interest are exhibited

Panasonic TR-005 Orbitel - a.k.a. the Flying Saucer or The Eyeball - was a television set with a five-inch screen manufactured in the 1960s and 1970s.
Panasonic TR-005 Orbitel - a.k.a. the Flying Saucer or The Eyeball - was a television set with a five-inch screen manufactured in the 1960s and 1970s. See one at the Radiomuseum.
 
Powel Crosley's catherdral-style radio
Cathedral radios like this reproduction were popular before World War II. Powel Crosley founded a company in 1921 that pioneered broadcasting and radio manufacturing using the ad slogan "You’re There With A Crosley." It became the largest radio manufacturer in the world. See one at the Western Historic Radio Museum.
Radio and Television Museums
in alphabetical order

These museums store and exhibit, both virtually and physically, radio, television, broadcast and communication equipment and program content materials that have a high intrinsic value due to their considerable age.


  • Alabama Historical Radio Society

  • American Radio Relay League

  • Antique Wireless Association Museum

  • Arizona's Radio and Television Museum

  • Atwater Kent Gallery

  • Bay Area Radio Museum, California

  • Bell Telephone System History

  • British Vintage Wireless Society

  • Childhood Radios

  • College of Charleston Museum

  • Deutsches Rundfunk-Museum e.V., German Radio Museum, Berlin

  • Hammond Museum of Radio

  • InfoAge Museum of Radio Technology

  • Marconi National Historic Site of Canada

  • Military Communications and Electronics Museum

  • Museum of Broadcast Communications

  • Museum of Broadcasting

  • Museum of Radio and Technology

  • MZTV Museum of Television

  • National Capitol Radio and Television Museum

  • National Cryptologic Museum

  • National Electronics Museum

  • National Valve Museum

  • New England Wireless and Steam Museum

  • NSS Annapolis

  • Paley Center for Media

  • Pavek Museum of Broadcasting

  • Pikes Peak Radio and Electronics Museum

  • Porthcurno Centre for the History of International Telegraph Communications

  • Radar World

  • Radio History Society & Radio-Television Museum

  • Sacramento Rock and Radio Museum

  • Society for the Preservation of Antique Radio in Canada

  • Southern Appalachian Radio Museum

  • SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention

  • SWL QSL Card Museum

  • Sunshine Radio Museum

  • Television History Museum

  • U.S. Army Signal Corps Museum

  • U.S. Telegraph History Museum

  • Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut

  • Virtual Collins Radio Museum

  • Virtual Valve Museum

  • Western Historic Radio Museum


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