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Museum Jan Corver
Despite the fact that radio amateurism is over 100 years old, this hobby is still very much alive. About 15,000 people in The Netherlands have a radio ham licence. Both technology and legal aspects of the hobby have changed and evolved significantly over the years. The many aspects of this fascinating hobby are highlighted in this museum, which now even has a DIY corner for the youngest soon-to-be amateurs.
 
The museum was named after one of the earliest radio pioneers: Jan Corver. The building is which the museum is located is itself worth seeing: it was used for many years at the artificial island Neeltje Jans during the realisation of the ambitious Delta Works in The Netherlands.   

 
Museum opening hours during our holidays
Please note that during our holidays the museum will be open as usual on 7 August, 21 August and 18 September. The museum shop however will be closed due to limited staff being available.
 
Information available on this site
Museum Jan Corver was first opened in 1999 and is part of the 'WS-19 Society'. The following information is available:


 
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