Members' Favourite Links: Vintage Radio Museums

Hammond Museum of Radio
The Hammond Museum of Radio in Guelph, Ontario, Canada features over 1000 operational receivers and transmitters from the Spark era to the first Solid State HRO.

Canada Museum of Science and Technology
The Communications area at the Canada Science and Technology Museum embraces all forms of electrical communication, from telegraphy and telephony to wireless communication and radio and television broadcasting. It also includes mechanical and electrical sound recording and reproduction.

Musée de ondes Emile Berliner
This museum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada boasts a collection of more than 30,000 objects, honouring Emile Berliner, pioneer of gramophone recording and duplicating. Many items in the collection are shown in this website's archives.

Military Communications and Electronics Museum
This museum in Kingston, Ontario, Canada features displays from the early years of military communication to the present.

Marconi Calling
An on-line museum dedicated to Guglielmo Marconi and based on the Marconi Company's early history.

SPARC Antique Radio Museum
The Society for the Preservation of Antique Radio in Canada: Canada's most comprehensive radio museum
Antique radios: 120,000 antique radios, schematics, pictures, catalogue, virtual museum. An international site, based in Switzerland.

Red Star Radiosite
An on-line museum of antique radios and gramaphones from the Soviet era.

New England Wireless and Steam Museum
The New England Wireless and Steam Museum, Dedicated to preserving the beginnings of radio and steam power.


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