Local museum shares history of broadcast industry

A fun walk down memory lane!

After more than 30 years of collecting broadcast equipment and memorabilia, the Texas Museum of Broadcast and Communications opened their doors to share some of the broadcast memories with the public. If you haven’t been, then you need to head to Kilgore to check it out.

The museum is located at 416 East Main Street in Kilgore.
Admission for adults is $6.

Military, first responders, seniors and students get in for $5.

And it’s $3 for kids 3-11, and free for the kiddos under 3.

The museum is open Friday and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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