Auman Museum of Radio and Television

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Auman Museum of Radio and Television

Auman Museum of Radio and Television
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俄亥俄West Chester6,104 条分享
2022年4月 • 好友
Unbelievably cool museum of radios, tv, electronics, nostalgia and just fun! Call to make an appointment - and don't let the lackluster outside deter you-it's OPEN (you'll understand why it looks so dumpy on the outside when you go in). This place is fantastic! Give yourself about 1.5 hours and it is handicap accessible. Go there now!
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俄亥俄Montpelier38 条分享
stopped there , windows boarded up , was not open, appears to be closed. Totally disappointed! a local said he heard you had to call to make a appointment, didn't appear that it open at all.
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Middlefield, Ohio21 条分享
Made a trip to Dover Oh last week and found this hidden gem. the Auman Museum is a must see for those who remember when TV was king in the 50's. Did not know what to expect when they are only open by appointment. We had to call ahead and the gentleman opened up for us. He is open regularly for bus tours but will meet you if you call him first. A wealth of knowledge about the start of radio and TV with a large display of both from the very beginning. A very enjoyable hour was spent reminiscing looking for the things my grandparents had... found them! Black & white 7" TV's in huge furniture pieces or radio, TV, and record player combos, he has it all! He is very knowledgeable and explained it all very well. Also a side note for Cleveland natives, he has many old posters and items from the early days of Cleveland TV stations. Remember Gene Carroll show or Paige Palmer? also many old games from the 50's (Beat the Clock!) are on display! We spent an hour and could have looked more, a real walk down memory lane!
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宾夕法尼亚East Pittsburgh12 条分享
2017年5月 • 夫妻情侣
my husband and I wanted something different to see and were really surprised at how interesting this museum was. the gentleman that owned the place was very personable taking his time to take us around and was very informative of the history of radio and televisions. if you get to go there you certainly will enjoy it we were there for 2 hours and were entertained the full time. there is a $5 charge per person, well worth it.
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俄亥俄New Philadelphia1 条分享
2015年1月 • 商务型
Larry Auman has dedicated his life to show the history of the development of television from it's conception to it's practical use in society. A very well presentation of sets from Baird's Mechanical set in the 1920's to the final acceptance of Farnsworth's Electronic set in the 1930's. You'll not walk out of there seeing everything that's on display there is so much. What a wonderful offering of both Radio and Television plus tons of additional memorabilia including the actual radio equipment Alan Freed (the Cleveland Disc Jockey who coined the phrase 'Rock and Roll') from radio station WJW back in the 1950's, now on display there. You won't be disappointed but you'll never see anything like it again, anywhere. Thank you Larry for all of your efforts. It is most gratifying and rewarding!
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俄亥俄克利夫兰118 条分享
2015年7月 • 好友
If you're into televisions and radios (the hardware, not the programming), this place is truly a gem. I was amazed at the quantity of items on display - including the first "big screen" tv. Many items show their original cost. Besides vintage tv's and radios, they also have an extensive collection of television related games. There's even a corner set up with remnants of the WJW radio control room used for Alan Freed's broadcast where "rock & roll" was born. Clearly a lot of time was invested in acquiring and displaying this collection. This isn't a high-end museum which would take a full day to enjoy, but if you're in the area, and are into this sort of vintage memorabilia, it's definitely worth a visit. As a bonus, the guys on site enjoyed chatting and sharing information. Open by appointment only, and although there's no admission fee, as a non-profit museum, donations are welcome and appreciated.
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