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3517 RALEIGH AVENUE,  ST. LOUIS PARK, MN  55416
952/926-8198
HOURS
Wednesday – Saturday 10am - 5pm
Closed Sunday - Tuesday and holidays
ADMISSION
Adults $7
Students $5
 
 

Hubbard Broadcasting Concourse to open at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

The Pavek Museum preserves and presents the history of recording technology and electronic communication. We have the Jack Mullin Collection, documenting the history of recorded sound, as well as the Joe Pavek Collection of antique radios, televisions, and broadcast equipment. The Museum has gained international recognition for its continuing efforts to preserve and document the history of the technologies that have made monumental changes in the fabric of modern life.

The Museum is located at 3517 Raleigh Avenue in St. Louis Park, just east of Highway 100, off the West 36th Street exit. We are open four days a week (Wednesday through Saturday) offering a self-guided audio tour of our exhibits.

Groups or organizations should call the Museum at 952/926-8198 to make reservations for a guided tour.