Museum of Sound and Communication

The museum is located inside a private house that stands halfway along the road between the Railway Station of Robilante and Piazza Regina Margherita.

Typology Museum

Period XX

Accessibility Yes

Visitable Yes

Inaugurated in June 2017, the museum hosts numerous and varied original pieces that allow you to follow a path dedicated to the means of spreading sound and information. The development of communication over the centuries is illustrated through ingenious inventions, epochal discoveries, elegant gramophones, designer radios and some immersive productions, including the reproduction of a typical elementary school class of the 1940s. The collection unwinds from the eighteenth century to the present day, and illustrates, some small, great little-known historical curiosities. Among others we note some phonographs of the XVIII century, crystal radio receiver with OUDIN circuit in 1923-2, with copper coil and headphones to listen and principle with amplitude detection and some specimens of rural radio, receivers at fixed price and with standardized characteristics promoted in the times of fascism by the Rural Radio Agency, destined for collective meeting areas, rural environments and schools.

The collection displayed in the museum stems from the passion for collecting that has come to count more than 500 pieces including gramophones, music boxes, telegraphs, radios. The museum is managed and promoted by the MUS.S.COM Association.

Conditions of visit

By car following the SP 259 provincial road that leads to Robilante from Roccavione.
The entrance to the museum is located a few metres from the carriageway of the SP 259; you can park nearby or in front of the Railway Station.
Free entrance. The last Sundays of the month, on 26 December (Boxing Day), the 6 January (Epiphany) from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 6:pm. For openings on request, write to or call the following contacts:, mobile 348 9554673 (Quinto) – 346 1030702 (Vanessa).

NOTE 2020
Courtesy Traslation
During the summer of 2020, some “visit rules” must be respected, all related to compliance with the measures for the prevention of management of the epidemiological emergency from covid-19.
The Museum will remain open only on Sunday 28 June, 5 and 19 July, 2 -16 and 30 August with the following hours 10-12 and 15-18 (or, upon reservation, also on other days to be agreed with Quinto Dalmasso.
It will be mandatory to wear the mask during the whole visit and before the entrance the hand hygiene or the use of gloves, in addition to the prohibition of gatherings of people.
The maximum number of visitors who will be able to access simultaneously on the basis of the size of the various museum rooms is a maximum of 5 people.
The guided tour is scheduled to last an hour. Reservations are strongly recommended, in order to avoid waiting outside and limit the gatherings of people.
Reservations can be made at the following addresses:; +39 348 955467
For more information: (thematic area “Living Robilante”).


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