Bremen Broadcasting Museum
We display artefacts from 80 years of radio and television history. From the ‘detector’ to surround sound, from the wax cylinder to the LaserDisc.
You can see 700 of the most fascinating exhibits from the world of electromechanical sound transmission and electronic image recording & reproduction at the Bremen Broadcasting Museum.
It presents exhibits from 80 years of radio, phonograph and television history:
from early detectors and receivers to surround sound and multi-channel technology;
from wax cylinders and mechanical processes to laser technology;
television sets from the 'early years' and past models of video recorders.
Further discounts are available for families, groups and school groups.
Group tours, tours for school groups and also children's birthdays on request.
Tue-Thu + Sun 10am-3pm
Children (aged 14 and under) €1.50
Children up to 6 free
Guided tour €10.00
Guided tour from 10 persons (incl. companion) €2.00 per person
Guided tour from 10 persons €3.50 per person
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