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Musée de la Radio et des Jeux électroniques

43500 Saint Victor sur Arlanc, France (Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes)

Address place de l’église
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
Museum typ Exhibition
Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Gramophone (no electrical sound transmission)

Opening times
every day from 2pm - 7pm
tous les jours de 14- 19 heures

Status from 03/2023
We don't know the fees.

Tel.:+33-4-71 03 34 25  Tel.2:+33-4-71 03 28. 28  


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Location / Directions
N45.335396° E3.774677°N45°20.12376' E3°46.48060'N45°20'7.4256" E3°46'28.8361"

La commune de Saint-Victor-sur-Arlanc est le col le plus bas (985 m) permettant de traverser le sud Forez, ouvrant le passage dans le Livradois, près du village de Beaumont.

La commune de Saint-Victor-sur-Arlanc se trouve dans le département de la Haute-Loire, en région Auvergne-Rhône-AlpesI.

Elle se situe à 41 km par la route du Puy-en-Velay, préfecture du département, et à 9 km de Craponne-sur-Arzon.


Radio as a witness to history
From the radios of the thirties to electronic games, this museum has some real treasures

In the first room, Daniel Perrin has chosen to focus on the evolution of wireless transmission. Among the most unusual objects, the Élgéolyne is in perfect working order. Created in 1926, this wireless set remains a real technical innovation.

During the visit, the public is captivated by the history of each object. "It is important to keep in mind that radio is a witness to the history of the 20th century," emphasizes Daniel Perrin. Reflecting each era, the sets often retain a specific aesthetic. With their "tulip" feet and rounded shapes, the record players of the seventies retain a very "seventies" style. Upstairs, the bric-a-brac spreads. Daniel Perrin then improvised himself as a disc jockey on a tune from the eighties. "Making people dance is the pleasant side of the visit.

The exhibition ends with the electronic games. presents here one of the many museum pages. We try to bring data for your direct information about all that is relevant. In the list (link above right) you find the complete listing of museums related to "Radio & Co." we have information of. Please help us to be complete and up to date by using the contact form above.



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