Hammond Museum of Radio

museum logoThe Hammond Museum of Radio was formed when the museum founder, Fred Hammond, began collecting early radio and wireless artifacts at the age of 16.   The first public display of his collection was in a small building at the rear of his College Street home in Guelph, Ontario that originally housed his ham station.

The Museum is now home to hundreds of receivers and transmitters dating from the spark era up to and including National’s first solid state HRO500.  Over the years the Museum has evolved to become one of North America’s premiere wireless museums.

 Museum-Overview

The Museum is supported by Hammond Power Solutions Inc. and Hammond Manufacturing.

 

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