OUR MISSION IS DOCUMENTING, PRESERVING, AND HONORING THE DISC JOCKEYS AND STATIONS THAT SHAPED AMERICAN TOP 40 RADIO.

Guest Artists

If you missed the ribbon cutting, check out the video above to catch the highlights. Mike Love was on site for the festivities along with the staff and friends of The National Top 40 Hall of Fame and Radio Museum. Watch this site and our social media to stay up to date on other special guests that come to town!

Mike Love of The Beach Boys was on site for the ribbon cutting ceremony

Tour Chattanooga’s National Top 40
Hall of Fame and Radio Museum

Our collection of period radio technology continues to operate within the museum as a result of donor contributions. Your support enables the restoration and maintenance of this equipment for the benefit of public viewers and the preservation of sound recordings dating to the early 20th century.

History of Top 40

Top 40 Hall of Fame

Music Channel App

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Support Us

We have our own Top 40 Radio Music Channel, Featuring the very best Top40 Music from four Decades.

Available on most listening devices just say..” play the top 40 music channel”. Download the free app to your phone and take us with you.

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Tours

Tours are conducted by a knowledgeable tour guide — usually a former DJ or someone with Top40 format radio knowledge

Tour is conducted inside the studios of what was a 50,000 watt am Top40 formatted radio station –includes original equipment which was state of the art at the time

Bring Friends

Four-person minimum; twelve-person maximum — this helps ensure personalized experience with the opportunity to interact and ask questions.

Exhibit

DOCUMENTING, PRESERVING, AND HONORING

Do you have great memories of hiding your transistor radio under your pillow at night, but are not sure how to best support our museum? Donations to our general fund give us the opportunity to maximize the impact of your contribution through needs placement. Areas of impact include collections management, community programming, and research projects.

Phone

423 503 1521

Hours

Mon – Fri: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: Closed

Address

621 O’Grady Dr. Chattanooga, Tn 37419