The Radio and TV Museum offers over 30 activity stations for visitors to try out and experience.
You can listen to old radio programmes and familiar voices from years gone by. Visitors can travel in time to the decades of yore via old movie clips and TV programmes. Computers and video films satisfy the most enthusiastic information seekers.
Sound Effects Studio
The sound studio provides an opportunity to explore the imaginary world of sound effects.
Make-up and Costume Department
In the make-up and costume departments, you can step across to the other side of the TV screen. The TV studio has three dimensions: promising newscasters and weather forecasters can have a go in the news studio.
Drama Studio and Blue Screen Studio
The drama studio comes alive when the background is chosen and the story begins. The workings of the blue screen, which uses chromakey technology, can be explored through moped rides in and around the city of Lahti. Everyone can be creative in the table theatre and produce his/her own animation. Visitors can record and take home presentations made in the sound and television studios.
DX Listening Station
The DX listening station takes you on an audio journey to the frequencies of radio stations around the world and gives insight into amateur radio as a hobby.
Radio amateur station
Radio amateurs can go on an adventure via the Arvi Hauvonen memorial station OH3R or via Internet. After that, return to present day by watching all locally available cable channels and digital television.