National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting
8070 Tylersville Road
The former Voice of America Bethany Relay Station served the world for more than 50 years delivering news of freedom and democracy to oppressed citizens of faraway lands.
The 1940s art-deco building is being restored and developed as The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting. The museum is governed by an executive board appointed by the West Chester Township Trustees. It features the collections of Media Heritage, Inc. and Gray History of Wireless, as well as an operating amateur radio station.
Tours of the Voice of America Museum will begin on Satruday, July 21, 2012 and continue on the third Saturday of each month from 1 to 4 p.m. If you have a large group that would like to tour the facility, please make arrangements through the
VOA Museum website.
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