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The National Capital Radio & Television Museum is the only museum devoted to broadcasting in the National Capital Region. Open to the public Friday 10-5 and Saturday/Sunday 1-5. Closed major holidays. The historic (1906) Harmel house serves as the...more
Went with a group of 17 that called ahead for a tour and was provided with two excellent guides who split the group so the rooms were not overcrowded. Reviewed with original equipment and exhibits everything that I had experienced all my life and the...More
Michael B. was a gracious, patient and knowledgeable host on our private tour. We enjoyed listening to old radio programs and seeing some t.v. programs from the 1950's. This was an enjoyable trip down memory lane.
One of those places everyone passes by but certainly worth the stop. the people working there are wonderfully nice and the museum is full of old radios and televisions with excellent descriptions and info on them and the history of radio and TV.
This is a hidden gem. It was a quick trip with my brother and his wife to kill a day before going to the airport. A great exhibit of old TV and radios. The doscents are knowledgeable about the industry and what you are looking...More
We had decided to go to this museum without looking at the days they were open. We got to the door and noticed the sign that said they were closed. By then my husband has already rang the doorbell and a man opened the door...More
If you enjoy museums that have those old junk radios and televisions, this place is not for you. If you enjoy seeing every radio and television ever made and docents who can give you more information that all of the radios and televisions combined, this...More
A party of four of us went for a visit that turned out to be very interesting! It's not far from Greenbelt, MD. There were so many kinds/types of radios, tv's & a workshop that they take folks to sometimes. We were there on a...More
Had some time to spare before our evening activity and happened on this museum. Was greeted at the door by a very friendly and extremely knowledgeable gentleman. He took my husband and I around the museum and explained all the displays and showed the many...More