I have visited twice and would go back again. A lot of vintage electronics to see. A great collection of old radios. Some historical stuff about twin cities broadcasting.
Before iPads, before tv, you had radio for home entertainment. This museum has a wonderful selection of old radios restored to look like the day they were bought. If you are feeling nostalgic it is a great way to spend an afternoon. Ham radio station on site for visitors with a license. They also have restoration classes here.
The Museum is a hidden gem that is easy to find when you know it's there. We were greeted by Max who chatted with us for a while then gave us a tour of the first room of the museum. He showed us how the first records were made and gave us demonstrations of various phases of recording, then gave... 更多
A fun little museum, jamb-packed with broadcast memorabilia and equipment. Not a place for people who have no idea what 'broadcasting' even means... see, before cable and dish there was this free thing that came into your home over 3 channels. Maybe 4 if you were lucky. And Radio. That was before Podcasts, which are like radio but with more... 更多
Looks weird from the outside. Not like a museum, more like a small company in a strip mall. But inside are treasures and people who help you understand and have a full experience.
They have so many interesting things to look at , it's a fun place . There are many old unique things and you could easily spend a couple hours here.
This museum was very interesting. The staff were very knowledgeable and friendly in a very positive manner. There are a... 更多
I found this museum by accident on the Minneapolis tourist board site, and I'm so glad I did. It's got... 更多