The Radio Museum in the town of Innsbruck shows historical radios and some curiosities.
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In 1965, a very particular museum was opened in Innsbruck: the Schuchter Radio Museum (Radiomuseum Innsbruck). A private museum in its first years, it was made publicly accessible in 1980. Radio engineer Hans Schuchter (1932-2020) has not only collected historical radios but also inventions of his father Karl Schuchter (1899-1977), a pioneer of radio technology.
The 160 exhibits include self-built test equipment from 1940/41, and an original piece of a Saab Draken 350E of the Austrian Armed Forces. Also an ancient gramophone and a radio big as a trunk can be admired. The collection is completed by several television sets and record players.
Central topic, however, is the varied relationship between people and exhibits. Technical questions are welcome during the weekly guided tours. The museum has been located for some years now in the district of Pradl, and is managed today by the Radio Museum Innsbruck Association.
- Kravoglstrasse road 19a - 6020 - Innsbruck
- +43 676 5537553
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€ 5.00 per person
The Radio Museum Innsbruck stays open all year round, every Monday from 10 am to 1 pm (with guided tour) and from 2 pm to 5 pm (only visit).
Guided tours for groups of 5 and more persons also outside the opening hours (on request).