Interested in Antique Radios? Visit the Museum of Radio and Technology in Huntington, West Virginia near the tri-state corner of West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky.
Click here for the official Museum Facebook page. Preview pictures of the July 22, 2017 auction are available on the Facebook page.
Click on this picture to see lots of pictures of the Museum and its various display rooms. After seeing some of the pictures, click on any picture to start a slide show. Press the esc (escape) key to go back to multiple picture view.
Click for a video tour of the Museum on YouTube courtesy of Armstrong Local Programming
WSAZ Channel 3 featured the Museum in the following video clip (Copyright WSAZ) with Museum Curator Geoff Bourne. Click on the picture to start the video.
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Calendar of activities at the Museum including meets, auctions, contests, presentations, banquets.
Tour the major display areas including:
Vintage radios, test equipment and parts. Try the working crystal radio. No batteries or plug-in power needed. Rotary spark gap demonstrator. Radio
A radio to teach schematic symbols and operating principles, test equipment displays, radio-related displays, working demonstrations. Gift Shop
Vintage books and magazines to browse and view schematics. New books and gifts available for sale. 1940's-50's
A radio-TV sales room of the era. Lots of radios, some television sets, even wire recorders. Gilbert toy display. Hi-Fi wall. Western Electric
See a 1930's 5000 watt AM transmitter complete with power supply components and studio equipment. Ham & Short Wave
Heathkit, National, Hammarlund, Hallicrafters, Collins, and other amateur and short-wave listening radios. Modern Ham
Amateur radio station for ham and emergency use. QSL cards from 362 countries on display. Computer
View parts of a large 5 megabyte hard drive, an Imsai, an Osborne, a Lisa, and a number of other older computers. Military Communication
Variety of military radio and communication gear such as a generator set, a WW II Japanese transceiver, a "Gibson Girl" emergency radio. Also view CB radios. WV Broadcasting
Hall of Fame
Find out what Don Knotts, Grandpa Jones, Bob Denver, Soupy Sales, Little Jimmy Dickens and others have in common.
Pictures of past activities at the Museum See contest winners, auction bargains, banquets, presentations, awards, and photos of fun, food and fellowship amidst antique radios.
Click here for related links on collecting and restoring antique radios and related information.
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