The Estonian Broadcasting Museum was founded in Turi in 1999. The museum’s permanent exhibition introduces the history of broadcasting from the first test broadcasts to the present day. You can visit the Estonian Broadcasting Museum from Tuesday to Saturday. You can also book a guided tour in advance. Interesting facts:· The radio station that started broadcasting from Turi in 1937 was the most modern in Europe at the time.· At the Broadcasting Museum, you can try your hand at producing a radio show.· Working displays are exhibited at the museum – old televisions, loudspeakers and much more.
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Cosy little museum in Estonian small town. Even if you dont care about broadcasting history or old machines it' s worth to visit beacause of lovely smatt town atmosphere.
Written 25 August 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about Estonian Broadcasting Museum
- Estonian Broadcasting Museum is open:
- Tue - Sat 10:00 - 17:00