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It seems that some well meaning enthusiasts are confusing the concept of "museum" with "things in someone's attic they want to get rid of." I am not a radio fan but I recognize the difference between a collectible item and something a relative wanted to...More
GeorgiaRadio H, CEO at Georgia Radio Museum and Hall of Fame, responded to this reviewResponded 13 November 2016
We accidentally wandered into the Georgia Radio Museum & Hall of Fame. Being residents of St. Marys, we had no idea it was even there! It is small but well kept, and interesting. It fascinated my 3 kids for about an hour. There are some...More
I wasn't expecting much, but when I walked in, the first thing I noticed was the voice coming from an old radio in one corner. It was playing an old radio broadcast from many decades ago, when people only had radios in their homes, and...More
Inside the visitor center, the museum has phones, radios, and all instruments design for transmission of a radio station. In one small room packed with artifacts from the late 1800s to the present computer age. Typewriter, turntables, and first cell phones were a hit for...More