About once a year I return to this wonderful museum of sound.I think everyone with a hobby must visit museums of their choice annually. The collection or radios, record players rings my chimes! The attendant docents will guide you in your interests. As our technologies advance it is important, in my opinion, to he hip. At age 74, and as... 更多
I just wanted to walk around and look at their collection to find one that matched ours. Staff member decided to insult me with a snotty comment instead of taking my money. I left.
Went here expecting to spend an hour or so. Our guide, Mark, asked how much time we had and advised he could tailor the tour to us and make it as fast or long as we wanted. He was so thorough and then Chris finished the tour. We actually stayed about three hours. These guides know their stuff and provide... 更多
An amazing museum with excellent docents, walking you thru the earliest to newest forms of electronic communications - telegraph, phonograph, movies, radio, telephones, TV and computers. Everything is touchable and perfectly displayed. Great for kids, adults and radio geeks.
They had many different vintage communication items. Old computers , telephones, radio tubes and T.V. Everyone was very helpful in their knowledge of the history of the of the items The refreshments were over the top. It was a very delight event.
Really glad I spent a couple of hours here. Not just a museum that shows tech from the 1890's to the 1980's but interactive! Working radios, wire recorders, rotary dial phone, a radio studio and a ham shack are all included. Wish I had more time to spend there, I am ready to go back.
Definitely one of the coolest places to be, especially for the kids because they made their own radios, saw the... 更多
Really good collection of recent to ancient radios and televisions. Volunteers knew about their stuff and worked to make sure... 更多