National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting

National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting(West Chester)

National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting

National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting
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redsnut1355
马里兰巴尔的摩131 条分享
Great Place to learn the history of the Voice of America
2021年7月
Recently got to visit this museum and it was very interesting. It really shows you all that went in to set this place up during World War II and how it continued broadcasting during the cold war. A nice video started off you tour and then a guided tour through the facility showing you the equipment and such. Really enjoyed this very much and well worth the time.
撰写日期:2021年7月9日
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Joe2211a
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Hidden Gem Relating Decades of Cold War History
2019年11月
This museum is a hidden gem. Documenting more than 50 years of history from World War II through the 1990's this is the location where America broadcast the message of freedom to the rest of the world. Tour guided by enthusiastic volunteers whose passion for this museum and the mission it carried out carries through in all aspects of their presentation and the exhibits they maintain. Do Not Hesitate to Ask Questions! Very fortunate to have been also able to visit an operating ham radio "shack' which operates as part of the museum. WC8VOA contacts people from around the world. The operators were more than willing to answer any questions, tell the story of armature radio and make contacts with faraway stations (Italy in our case) while you visit. Well worth the few dollars admission price.
撰写日期:2020年10月6日
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HDS1
俄亥俄Fairfield855 条分享
Fascinating
2020年2月
My wife and I went to the VOA Museum on a recent Sunday. Their website says to plan on 1 1/2 hours to visit; we were there for 2 1/2. You start with a short video on the history of the VOA, then a docent leads you around the rest of the museum. After that you can stroll around on your own. There are a number of different themes in different sections: the equipment and operation of the VOA, Cincinnati radio pioneer Powell Crosley and his other interests, the history of radio itself, and the history of radio and television in Cincinnati. It was well worth the time.
撰写日期:2020年2月25日
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John L
俄亥俄Amanda63 条分享
Was not open
2019年12月 • 夫妻情侣
Hours on web were much different than on the door. We as well as several other cars showed up to visit, but sll left. It was not open. Unfortunately, we planned our motel stay near this museum, but never got to got vis the changed limited hours. Cautio: call this place to make sure they are open.
撰写日期:2019年12月17日
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bob A
佛罗里达霍姆斯特德306 条分享
History At Its Best
2019年5月 • 夫妻情侣
This is a great piece of history from the 40s, 50s,60s and 70. The building and equipment is well perserve and presented. Other collections that deal the the radio and early TV industry has also be add to enhance your visit. There is an active Amature Radion Club with a club station in the Museum and will put you on the air if you wish. Fun for all.
撰写日期:2019年5月24日
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Steve Herman
弗吉尼亚亚历山德里亚393 条分享
An amazing treasure of broadcasting and Cincinnati history
2019年3月 • 商务型
Anyone with an interest in broadcasting, international relations, WW2/Cold War history or any Cincinnatian should definitely spend some time her absorbing a rather unique museum occupying a historic building.
Much original equipment remains in place and the number of related exhibits keeps growing. The fact this has all been put together by an independent non-profit organization and volunteers makes it all the astounding.
撰写日期:2019年3月8日
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T R
俄亥俄辛辛那提163 条分享
Great educational and eye-opening experience!
2018年12月 • 夫妻情侣
This museum was once one of many radio relay stations for Voice of America broadcasting. Have passed by this museum numerous times between West Chester and Mason, but never went in until now. It is quite interesting! A history lesson and experience of broadcasting. Definitely worth the visit! Admission is $5 per person (cash), or $6 per person (credit cards). All volunteer run. There is a donation box at the entrance. Donations can be accepted online as well.
World famous VOA...locally unknown.
撰写日期:2018年12月16日
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Raymond C
Columbus, Ohio, United States31 条分享
More than history, it's AMERICA
2018年3月 • 好友
Once the site of MASSIVE radio towers that broadcasted to the planet, this building is all that's left, but inside there's a piece of history everyone should see: just how America won the cold war (and then some) was THIS facility.

Antique equipment, incredibly large power lines, great displays including some of Cincinnati's broadcast (entertainment) history all await. Staff is more than happy to talk about the amazing things on display here, which is more than just wires and transmitters.
撰写日期:2018年11月19日
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Bob W
俄亥俄Maineville472 条分享
History Adventure Cool Important
2018年8月 • 好友
The museum is open every weekend from1-4pm on Sat and Sun.There are many well informed docents to make this an education and informative trip.There are always new displays to look at and the West Chester ham radio operators are usualally there operating one of their 7 stations.
撰写日期:2018年8月27日
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Jeff M
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World famous, locally unknown
2017年9月 • 家庭

The VOA is better known in far off corners of the world than in this country because their target audience was there, not here. Nevertheless, history and technical buffs will appreciate the important things that happened here in Cincinnati starting in WW2. At the time, they had the world's most powerful shortwave transmitters. The antenna farm took up a square mile. Also, the museum highlights the Cincinnati radio and TV broadcasting history, with many artifacts. Powel Crosley is honored because he not only was instrumental in bringing the VOA to this location, but he was a nationally known industrialist, broadcaster, and Reds owner. Once Cincinnati's largest employer. His many household products and car are on display. open weekends 1-4 pm $5
撰写日期:2018年7月9日
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