National Capitol Radio & Television Museum was founded in 1999 and bears records about the development of electronic media. A tour through the museum will present wireless telegraphs from the old period, a telegraph sent from Titanic, a crystal radio built in the 1920's, the cathedral-shaped radio of the 1930's. Patrons can also find radios used after world war II and a lot of other newly invented electronic gadgets during the 1960's and 70's. The museum has interactive displays that demonstrate the working of radio waves and how recordings were done for early television programs. The museum is a walk down the memory lane that will revive the transition of world and is also a great place to educate children on how modernization was introduced to the world.