Thessaloniki’s radio museum is located inside the Thessaloniki International Fair (Helexpo). It runs since December 2000 under a private initiative mainly of retired ex employees of Thessaloniki’s Macedonian radio station that used to operate inside the Fair. Its purpose is to preserve old technologies and any type of exhibits that are associated with the history of radio and its evolution through time. The exhibits that have been collected all these years come mainly from donations of various people who love radio. Some of its most important exhibits are the radio machinery of the founder of the first radio in Balkans (Mr. Tsigiridi), old radio archives of the Macedonian Radio Station of the Hellenic Radio TV and various radio equipment that belonged to the army. The museum operates when the Helexpo Exhibition Center is active and during all other days of the year after requesting an appointment. The entrance is free and the people are more than happy to guide you through the museum’s exhibits and the radio’s history.
Address: Leoforos Stratou, Thessaloniki 546 21, Greece Open Hours: When there is a Helexpo Exhibition and the rest of the time after phone appointment Phone: 0030 2310299445 Mobile: 0030 6973300103 Website:Thessaloniki Radio Museum
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