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Museum of Radio Electronics/Technology Königs Wusterhausen
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Museum of Radio Electronics/Technology

In September 2009 Königs Wusterhausen got the name “city of radio”. It expresses the close relation between Königs Wusterhausen and the development of radio in Germany. On 22th December 1920 there was the first broadcast of speech and music in the form of a little Christmas concert. The radio was born. Thats why Königs Wusterhausen is also called “cradle of radio”. Since that time the “Funkerberg” in Königs Wusterhausen was on air for 70 years till 1992. See, learn and touch the unique history of radio in the Museum of Radio, stated on the original historical radio station in Königs Wusterhausen.


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Sender- und Funktechnikmuseum
Funkerberg Haus 1
15711 Königs Wusterhausen

FonPhone: +49.3375.294755
Fax: +49.3375.294754

verein(at)funkerberg.de
www.funkerberg.de


Opening Hours


Tue, Thu, Sat and Sun: 1 pm to 5 pm

Guided tour for Groups of 5 and more outside normal opening hours by appointment


Entry


Adults 3,00 € / reduced 1,50 €
Guided tour 1,00 € extra