Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio

Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio

Martello TowerTurn up the hill opposite the Abbey tavern on Abbey Street

Hurdy Gurdy Museum Of Vintage Radio

The Hurdy Gurdy Vintage Radio museum is housed inn Dublin’s only renovated Martello Tower. Appeals were made to Fingal County Council by the Howth Heritage Society and therefore it is the first Martello Tower to be open to the public.

It was reopened as a museum in 2003 by Pat Herbert, a local man who was on the lookout for a safe space for his huge selection of gramophones, radios and other vintage paraphernalia. Fingal county Council offered him the location to exhibit his collection.

The museum is open daily from May to October, where in you will receive a guided tour by Pat himself and his generous team of volunteers who will happily give introductions about the equipment that’s laid out in this unique location. Each and every tour given by any of the staff that offer their time to this place, do it all for the passion of the machinery it holds.

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Ye Olde Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio, Martello Tower, Abbey St, Howth, Howth, County Dublin D13, Ireland