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The Southern Appalachian Radio Museum

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340 Victoria Rd, Elm Building Room 315, Asheville, NC 28801-4816
+1 828-298-1847
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Off the beaten path and well worth the visit

This might not have been on your Asheville must-see list, but if you or your kids are interested in... read more

Reviewed June 2, 2017
ChangeYourMind
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Downers Grove, Illinois
A Hidden Gem

For the person wanting to see old radios, both household and shortwave equipment, old telegraph... read more

Reviewed May 1, 2016
Edwin T
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Mint Hill, North Carolina, United States
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See, hear and tune vintage radios from the 1920s to the 1960s such as Philcos, Radiolas, and Atwater-Kent in North Carolina's only radio Museum open to the public plus an operating amateur radio station. Call for a tour!
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Jun 2, 2017
“Off the beaten path and well worth the visit”
May 1, 2016
“A Hidden Gem”
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340 Victoria Rd, Elm Building Room 315, Asheville, NC 28801-4816
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+1 828-298-1847
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Reviewed June 2, 2017

This might not have been on your Asheville must-see list, but if you or your kids are interested in electronics, broadcast radio, antique radios, or amateur radio, you will enjoy this brief stop. It is not a whole-day experience. You would probably visit for an...More

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Reviewed May 1, 2016

For the person wanting to see old radios, both household and shortwave equipment, old telegraph keys, and old transmitters, along with other miscellaneous items.... this is definitely the place to visit.

Thank Edwin T
Reviewed April 27, 2014

My husband is a professional radio engineer. This museum was made especially for him. It is almost like it is someone's hobby. The museum is in a small room in a classroom building on the campus of Asheville-Biltmore Community College. It is full of amazing...More

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