A small museum in the Netherlands is full of whirring and clicking

A Fisher 500 AM/FM hi-fi receiver from 1959

A small museum in the Netherlands is full of whirring and clicking


The Netherlands Electricity and Radio Museum is located in the small village of Hoenderloo, near the National Park De HogeVeluwe. It is one of the country’s hidden treasures.  As reported online by Atlas Obscura, the museum began as a series of exhibitions celebrating the history of Dutch electronics. Eventually an actual museum was established in the municipality of Nijkerk, but the space was just a rental, so no major additions or changes could be made. When the collection moved to its current...


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