The Museum is located in the Martello Tower overlooking Howth Harbour, Fingal, County Dublin, Ireland.
Entrance opposite the Abbey Tavern in Abbey Street, Howth.

Follow this path off Abbey Street beside the "Ditzy Days" toyshop
The Tower is at the top of the path.

Postal address:
Museum of Vintage Radio
Martello Tower
Abbey Street
D13 V099

Winter opening times 11 am until 4 pm Saturdays and Sundays only from November 1st.
Summer opening times 11 am until 4 pm 7 days a week from May 1st.
Admission €5, Students €3.

Potatoes, Audrey Hepburn and Titanic: Ireland’s History of Radio.
Róisín Power visits Ye Olde Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio and finds a kaleidoscopic collection of memorabilia from Ireland's broadcast history.

"Broadcasting A Rising" documentary from Newstalk 106

The Light
ABC's Radio with Pictures from the HearSay Festival 2015



The Transmission Project is a collection of stories about radio in Ireland, why
we love it and why we sometimes hate it.

Some of the stories describe big events in the history of radio, and others are
simply about the everyday.

They talk about the shows we cherish, the reasons we tune in day after day,
and the memories that are intrinsically bound up in radio's history.

84% of Irish adults listen to the radio daily.
Tune in to hear their stories...

Induction Coil, similar to the ones Marconi used in his early transmitters. With 12 Volts applied to the input terminals, a spark will jump across the output gap.

Phone Pat Herbert +353 86 815 4189
(086 815 4189)

Follow this path off Abbey Street just opposite "The Secret Closet".
The Tower is at the top of the path.