Radio and TV Museum, also known as Mastola, is a museum located in Lahti, Finland. The museum is near the city centre on the Radiomäki hill (literally translated to Radio Hill). Next to the museum building are two 150-meter-high radio masts built in 1927. The masts are a well-known landmark and a symbol of the city. The museum operates in a radio station building designed by a Finnish architect Kaarlo Könönen and built in 1935.Put Radio and TV Museum into our Lahti online driving holiday planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Lahti.
The Radio and TV Museum was opened in 1993. The museum went through an extensive renovation between the years 2014–2016 and reopened in 2017.
The museum operates under the Lahti City Museum. The Radio and TV Museum collects, researches and exhibits objects related to radio and television especially in Finland. It is a national specialist museum in its field. Visitors can experience old radio and television programmes and see equipment of different eras. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions, seminars and events.
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This museum has both indoor and outdoor exhibition. Outside, you can find the old radio broadcasting building, with some activities. Inside, you get an overview of this AM stations history and the...
This museum has both indoor and outdoor exhibition. Outside, you can find the old radio broadcasting building, with some activities. Inside, you get an overview of this AM stations history and the... more »
This museum is located on the Radio Hill area, at the bottom of the two 150 meter-high radio masts from 1927, which are the landmark of Lahti. The museum building is in an old radio station building..... more
This museum is located on the Radio Hill area, at the bottom of the two 150 meter-high radio masts from 1927, which are the landmark of Lahti. The museum building is in an old radio station building..... more »
In my experience, this is the best museum in Lahti, especially if you have any interest in the history and development of radio, TV and telecommunications. There are a lot of interactive exhibits that I think children would enjoy as well. A truly educational experience!
I was almost lost for half an hour while trying to find the way to the museum. But overall, it seems nice and small. Has a souvenir shop with good products too.
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