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Museum of Radio and Technology

25701 Huntington, WV, United States of America (USA) (West Virginia)

Address 1640 Florence Ave
Floor area 929 m² / 10 000 ft²   Area for radios (if not the same) 929 m² / 10 000 ft²
Museum typ Exhibition
Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Computer / Informatic

Opening times
Saturdays: 10am - 4pm; Sundays: 1pm - 4pm, except certain holidays
mid-April - October on most Fridays: 10a - 4pm

Status from 05/2021
Free entry, donations welcome.

Tel.:+1-304-525-88 90  eMail:mratwv  


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Location / Directions
N38.401288° W82.473145°N38°24.07728' W82°28.38870'N38°24'4.6368" W82°28'23.3220"

The Museum of Radio and Technology is located on the western fringes of Ritter Park in Huntington, West Virginia near the tri-state corner of West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky.

Huntington has an Amtrak station, located at 1050 8th Avenue.

Tri-State Transit Authority (TTA) provides fixed-route bus service throughout Huntington and the surrounding area


Major display areas

Radio classroom

A radio to teach schematic symbols and operating principles, test equipment displays, radio-related displays, working demonstrations.

Gift Shop and Library

Vintage books and magazines to browse and view schematics. New books and gifts available for sale.

1940's-50's Show Room

A radio-TV sales room of the era. Lots of radios, some television sets, even wire recorders. Gilbert toy display.

Vintage Hi-Fi Room

See tube-type audio equipment and related components on display. Amplifiers, tuners, receivers, turntables, tape recorders, etc.

Western Electric transmitter

See a 1930's 5000 watt AM transmitter complete with power supply components and studio equipment.

Ham & Short Wave Radios

Heathkit, National, Hammarlund, Hallicrafters, Collins, and other amateur and short-wave listening radios.

Modern Ham Radio "Shack"

Amateur radio station for ham and emergency use. QSL cards from 362 countries on display.

Computer Display

View parts of a large 5 megabyte hard drive, an Imsai, an Osborne, a Lisa, and a number of other older computers.

Military Communication Display

Variety of military radio and communication gear such as a generator set, a WW II Japanese transceiver, a "Gibson Girl" emergency radio. lso view CB radios.

WV Broadcasting Hall of Fame

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