National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting
The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting is open for tours every Saturday and Sunday (except holidays), from 1:00 – 4:00pm. The museum highlights and celebrates the extraordinary technical and programmatic innovations that took place at Bethany Station, the first Voice of America transmission facility dedicated in 1944. There are also exhibits spotlighting Cincinnati broadcast history and historical commercial and ham radio gear radio. The museum also hosts the West Chester Amateur Radio Association station WC8VOA.