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The Johnson Victrola Museum is a biographical museum in Dover, Delaware. It is about the life, times, and achievements of Delaware native Eldridge Reeves Johnson, best known for being the founder of the Victor Talking Machine Company.

As the name of the museum suggests, the Johnson Victrola Museum features exhibits about and including phonographs and recordings alongside memorabilia, trademarks, paintings, and other items that highlight Johnson?s successful businesses. Some displays are also focused on the development of the sound-recording industry. They offer group tours and interpretive programs during normal operating hours.

The Johnson Victrola Museum is open on Mondays through Sundays until 4:30 in the afternoon. They are also open on most state holidays. Large groups are advised to make advance reservations.
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