Alabama Historical Radio Museum

Street address: 

Fairfield Civic Center, 6509 E.J. Oliver Blvd.
Fairfield, AL 35213

Open M–F 9–4; other times by appt.

P.O. Box 130307
Birmingham, AL 35213


Fascinating collection of old radios, photographs and other memorabilia. Also wall-mounted story boards which present step-by-step technical development of radio.

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