Summer - open daily! - World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station
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Summer – open daily!

Summer – open daily!

Visit the only world heritage in Halland and learn more about the world’s only working long-wave transmitter for telegraphy with its associated system – or, in other words, the world’s largest sms machine!

When the Telegraph engineers nearly 100 years ago walked around  in Grimeton, no one could in their wildest dreams imagine that the radio station eighty years later would be the only remaining of its kind and considered so unique that it was named world heritage. On the guided tours, the guide tells you about the world’s only working long-wave transmitter for telegraphy with its  antenna system. Or in other words, the world’s largest sms machine!

In addition to the guided tours, there is an exhibition in the shelter from World War II. Also, you can take a walk and look closer at the impressive area with the six antenna towers.

Close to the radio station is the visitor center with café and shop located.

From 1 May until the last weekend in September, a new bus route connects Varberg centre with the country sid.  So why not combine a visit to the radio station with some of the other destinations along the route of the bus, such as Ästad Vingård, Öströö Fårfarm, Strömma Farmlodge or Bexell’s rocks.

Bus stop: Grimeton Radio Station

 

Weekends and holidays in May and September, the radio station is open from 10:00 to 16:00.

June, July and August, the radio station is open daily:

1 – 17 June: 10.00-16.00

June 18 – August 19: 10.00-18.00

20 – 31 August: 10.00-16.00

Entrance to the radio station and the guided tour The Day Shift:

Adult 120 kr

Children and youth up to 18 years: free entrance

Make a booking reservation for the guided tour