In the Beginning
The Vintage Radio and Communication Museum of Connecticut first opened ts doors to the public on Arch Street in New Britain in September 1990. The museum was dedicated to the preservation of old-time communications equipment and to educating the public about this wonderful history. The facility was very small (less than 500 square feet) and was in a fairly rough neighborhood, but it was a start. During the two years of operation at that location, close to 2000 people from all parts of the country toured the displays.