The Georgia Radio Museum and Hall of Fame

Now Open


714 Lincoln Street *

LaGrange, Georgia

706-756-1095 or email


(Don't use a GPS or your I Phone)

Take exit 13 on I-85

From the north turn right (west) at bottom of ramp

From south turn left (west) at bottom of ramp

You will be on La Fayette Parkway - Stay on it for approximately 5.3 miles

You pass through downtown LaGrange and past LaGrange College.

Take the first left past the arch at LaGrange College - Forest Avenue ( Panther Way )

Stay on Forest Avenue (Panther Way ) for .o8 miles until you get to Dallis Street

Turn right on Dallis Street and follow it .02 miles.

On you left you'll see the Coleman Community Center - On your right you'll see a row of businesses.

The last one to the left  is the Georgia Radio Museum  

The Georgia Radio Museum is home to the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame, a nonprofit organization founded by John Long and Sam Hale in 2007.  Located in the historic Hillside Neighborhood, the Georgia Radio Museum and Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the history of radio in Georgia. With an impressive collection of radio memorabilia and artifacts, the museum also honors those individuals who have contributed to the radio industry. 

The Georgia Radio Museum and Hall of Fame is filled with vintage tube-style radios made by classic American manufacturers like Philco, Crosley, Silvertone, RCA and more. These iconic radios were once the centerpiece of every American home and are now treasured antiques for radio buffs and collectors. 

A diverse selection of transistor radios, many of which were never released for sale in the United States, are on display along with microphones, unique vinyl records and toy radios. A mock-up of a 1940s control room is setup with original equipment from the local WTRP radio station in LaGrange. It was from this equipment that music legends like The Beatles were first broadcast in LaGrange, Georgia.


Friday: 10 AM-5 PM*

Saturday: 10AM-5PM*

Sunday: 12 -5PMI


* closed for lunch 12 N-1:30 PM


Closed: Monday - Thursday

Special group tours may be arranged on other days by contacted us at least 30 days in advance.


Closed some holidays & private events.  Check with us before making plans


 Adults  (18 - 65 ): $6.00 cash donation*

Adults  ( 65 +): $4.00 cash donation*

 Young people (10 - 18): $3.00 cash donation*

 Children * * (Under 10): $1.00 cash donation*

** must be accompanied by an adult

*Museum attendant cannot change bills larger than $20.00 and cannot process credit or debit cards.

GRHoF Members (plus 1) may visit once per month at no charge

Admission is complimentary to active members of: military, law enforcement, fire department,

emergency medical service, and teachers . Please show identification or wear uniform

In order to open more days weekly, the museum needs volunteers to assist in staffing.

If you are interested, please email your resume to grmhof @



Click ˄ above for information


The Georgia Radio Hall Of Fame is a Georgia non profit corporation and a  501 (c) (3) organization.

2019 Georgia Radio Hall Of Fame Corporation