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My partner and I went to this museum, he had worked as a radio technician for his first job so we thought it might be interesting. The couple who have the museum in the front of their own home are lovely and are so enthusiastic...More
There is a grand collection of radios, gramophones', TV, cameras, wax recordings, light bulbs, values etc
There are row after row of the very earliest to the modern.Disney TV
I liked the miniature radios best
Free to enter with a donation
Enthusiastic collectors and restorers...More
A private radio museum, it's something special, a real interesting visit; this exhibition is the passion of the owners; many collection of ancient radios, young people like to admire this nice collection, vintage, penchant for radios is on her return bag.
when we arrived, the owner was busy with repairs on the building but invited us in to look around. after a while, his wife turned up and gave us the full tour of their amazing museum! they both love what they do and their collection...More
It's incredible how passion and love of mr. and mrs. Panatti will grant you the possibility to admire so many masterpieces all together! Really worth a visit, expecially if you are an engineer! Can't believe it's free: please leave an offer
I found the radio museum by accident, and it turned out to be one of my favorite places to visit in Italy. We didn't have a common language, but there was simply great passion noticeable when the old couple led us through the short tour....More