Rotterdam Radio Museum


The mission of the Rotterdam Radio Museum

The objective of the Rotterdam Radio Museum Foundation is to exhibit and maintain a unique collection of historical radio, television, reception, communications, electronic recording and computer equipment. Our volunteers not only provide the presentations and demonstrations, but they also take care of the restoration, registration and documentation of the collection. New products are offered to us every week, they are then expertly assessed and added to our collection after approval.

The current collection is already very extensive, but it is still not completely complete and if you would like to make a donation, we would like to hear from you.

The origins of the Rotterdam Radio Museum

The Rotterdam Radio Museum foundation was founded in November 1998 by the former director of Correct, the late Mr. Harry de Jong Sr. (son of the founder of Correct and enthusiastic technician and sea sailor). Together with industry colleague Peter Ivens (former director of Grundig Netherlands) and Henk Heessels (former director JVC Netherlands), he formed the board of the Rotterdam Radio Museum Foundation until February 2014. Our volunteers from the Rotterdam Radio Museum are busy maintaining and presenting the collections almost every day and they have been working hard in recent months, because after years of being housed in the historic building, a former storage shed of the Dutch Railways, the collection of approximately 2000 radios, televisions and related electronics products can now be viewed in a new location above the Correct store at Ceintuurbaan 111 (2nd floor) in Rotterdam. Not everything is as we want it yet, but the radio department is already very presentable.


Address & Contact

Weekly openings

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 13:00 - 16:00
Friday 13:00 - 16:00
Saturday 13:00 - 16:00
Sunday 13:00 - 16:00