Take a step back in time with a visit to the
Texas Broadcast Museum
The museum offers an eclectic mix of vintage broadcast memorabilia and equipment, which is sure to delight the young and old alike.
Come by and check out the “Lee Harvey Oswald” camera, which was present at Oswald’s assassination.
Imagine yourself as a news broadcaster or weather person on our fully functional TV News Studio. Listen to one of Thomas Edison’s recording inventions or discover the televisions and radios from days gone by. Make sure to take a peek inside the restored 1949 Dumont Telecruiser, plus much more!
The Museum will re-open to the public on Friday, May 15.
Hours are 10 AM until 5 PM on Fridays and Saturdays. We will be practicing “Social Distancing.”
We encourage visitors to wear a mask and use the hand sanitizer that is available at our ticket counter. Until the the Covid-19 Pandemic is behind us, we will not be doing large group tours. In fact, we need to limit visitors to 10 at a time. That shouldn’t be a problem for now.
We look forward to seeing you!
Call 903-985-8115 for more information.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Groups by special appointment.
- Adults $6
- Seniors, Military, Students & First Responders $5
- Kids 3-11 $3
- Under 3 free
Are you looking for an event venue for your upcoming party, corporate event, family reunion or celebration? Our event center is a perfect choice: 12×20 foot stage with podium, 13,000-watt sound system, two 150” video projectors, a club-style lighting system designed for dances and other music events, and easy load in and load out.
Studio 4 can accommodate up to 200 guests seated at tables (or 300 seated theater style). Tables and chairs are available directly from Studio 4 or you may choose rentals from one of the area vendors. Access to the exhibits at the Texas Broadcast Museum is included in the Studio 4 package.
Texas Radio Hall of Fame
Visit the Texas Radio Hall of Fame when you come to the museum. They are an organization dedicated to the recognition of broadcasting agents in the Lone Star State. To visit their website go to http://trhof.net/
Our Vision: The Museum will use the inventions and innovations of the past to inspire interest and foster imagination in the fields of electronics and communications.
The museum is funded entirely through donations, both in cash and in kind. We only have a nominal admission charge, with special rates for students and seniors. Please contact us if you’re interested in donating equipment or volunteering. We’re always glad to have the help!
Chalk Hill Educational Media, Inc. d/b/a Texas Museum of Broadcasting & Communications is an IRS recognized 501[c] not for profit Public Charity. As such all donations are deductible to the full extent of the IRS Code.