THE RADIO MUSEUM, Anchor Street, Watchet. TA23 0AZ
Showcasing the story of radio and broadcasting in Britain since the 1920s.
Inspired by the 1930s BBC radio transmitting station at Washford Cross in Somerset, the radio museum houses an extensive collection of radios, televisions, broadcasting equipment and related ephemera. The museum displays tell the story of radio and broadcasting in Britain since the 1920s.
The collection has taken 40 years to accumulate and can be found situated in the former ‘Anchor Inn’ in Watchet.
Wednesday – Saturday
Admission is currently FREE, but donations are welcome!
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The museum is situated on a narrow pavement with a low kerb edge. The doors are 3ft wide with a small lip edge below. The floor area in the museum is flat and the exhibits are lit with positioned lighting. The gang ways are approximately 900mm wide throughout with clear walking. The museum has a one way system around the display area.
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