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Radio and TV Museum

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Radio and TV Museum

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Mikael F wrote a review Dec 2018
Vantaa, Finland17,354 contributions829 helpful votes
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This museum is located on the Radio Hill area, at the bottom of the two 150 meter-high radio masts from 1927, which are the landmark of Lahti. The museum building is in an old radio station building from 1935. The museum offers plenty of interactive exhibits for visitors to try out and experience. You can listen to old radio programmes and travel through different decades via old movie clips and TV programmes. The staff was very keen to explain things.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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eijahelenalii wrote a review Apr 2018
Lahti, Finland55 contributions7 helpful votes
Nice place to hole family or friends. Relaxing nature to walk around the park and you can see Lahti from ”upstairs”. Interesting museum. Here you can make : your own forecast:) with friends.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Otsir wrote a review Jul 2017
Helsinki, Finland88 contributions30 helpful votes
On floor is about technology how od radio shows were sent and another about history of finnsih tv and radio d´shows.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Jakobstad wrote a review Aug 2014
Jakobstad22 contributions13 helpful votes
A fairly niche, but interesting museum. Sadly a lot will only appeal to "broadcast nerds" or those with a tight connection to Finland. So much of the texts are only in Finnish that can be off-putting to many visitors. An interesting little museum in any case. Friendly staff. Some of the exhibits could be better displayed, better lit and less "jumbled" together and some of the interactivity exhibits are a little past their prime. However a good, well-meaning collection that hopefully can only improve.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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NinjaGuardian wrote a review Jul 2014
Helsinki, Finland70 contributions17 helpful votes
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This museum is located Radiomäki hill, and it's landmark is two HUGE radio towers, still on use this day mobile and other radio purpose, even it's not sending anymore any ordinary radio broadcast. Area is REAL radio station, now 'archived' on museum use, outside has own treasure. Museum is filled old electronics. Place has also own Telecom corner, local phone company PHP = Päijät-Hämeen Puhelin, now working name DNA has given telecom switchboard on museum, one is even working. Also place has own TV-studio and radio effect studio where is possible record own show, currently CD / DVD disc. Museum has own store what sells Lahti branded stuff, price range is low. Visa / MasterCard cards working fine on museum.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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