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The Radio Museum, housed in the old Anchor Inn, takes its origins and inspiration from the former BBC Transmitting Station at Washford Cross - now Tropiquaria.

It houses a comprehensive collection of radio and broadcasting ephemera, including televisions, radios, record players, broadcasting equipment, microphones and even part of a 1930s BBC radio transmitter from Moorside Edge!

In addition, the Radio Museum has a unique archive of associated literature and photographs available for research.

The collection of some considerable significance, has taken its curator, Neil Wilson over 40 years to accumulate. It highlights the fascinating progression of radio and broadcasting from its early days.

Contact Details

Address:-    5, Anchor Street, Watchet.

Contact:-     Neil Wilson

Telephone:- 01984 639 154