Georgia Radio Museum in LaGrange closed permanently
The Georgia Radio Museum in LaGrange has closed permanently, according to a press release from the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame.
The museum had been closed since March 13 due to COVID-19. It first opened July 1, 2018, as a guest exhibit at the Troup County Archives, and after a good response, the museum leased a space located at 714 Lincoln Street, opening July 1, 2019.
“The non-profit invested thousands to bring the tourist attraction to the city,” the press release said. “The museum attracted visitors from all over the and state and region.”
Talks have started to reopen the museum in a new location in an undisclosed portion of the state, according to the press release.
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