Admission to the National Voice of America Museum is $10/adult and $5/child ages 5-12.
- Open: Saturday and Sunday from 1 – 4pm
- Location: (Map It) 8070 Tylersville Rd. (GPS use Crosley Blvd.) in West Chester, Ohio
- Phone: 513-777-0027
- Web: http://www.voamuseum.org/
The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting showcases the story behind the world’s first “superpower.” That power came in the force of 500,000 watts. But today the FCC requires it to operate at far less capacity. This “Voice of America” helped win WWII. Hitler referred to the world-wide broadcasts as “Those Cincinnati liars!” Today, the complete story is available by touring the historic landmark and museum.
The story begins with President Roosevelt (FDR) turning to Powel Crosley, Jr. and his corps of pioneering engineers. They in turn created transmitters and antennas that reached millions of listeners in Europe, Africa, and South America. The innovation in technology that took place in the building during the war was groundbreaking. The rest, as they say, is history.