Military Wireless Museum
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
A fascinating collection of World War II military radio and spy equipment from around the world. The Military Wireless Museum is the brainchild of enthusiast Ben Nock, whose aim is to preserve historical military radios and related gear.
Mr Nock has amassed over 700 radio sets since he began collecting in the 1980s. The museum also undertakes research on historical models and types of equipment.
The collection includes an array of gear from across the globe, including Britain, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, USA, China, and Australia.
What makes the collection even more interesting is that the history of some of the gear is known; for example, some sets were used on D-Day, and of course, even more secret stories attach to the spy radios!
The museum is open by previous arrangement only. Contact the operator by email to arrange a visit.
Most photos are available for licensing, please contact Britain Express image library.
About Wireless Museum
Address: 47 Oakfield Rd, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England, DY11 6PL
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: Open by prior email arrangement
Website: Wireless Museum
Photo Credit: Ben Nock, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
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