Museum Tour

A Tour of Manitoba Amateur Radio Museum



We currently have 400 members and 4400 artifacts in our collection. This is our 32 ND year in Austin, and the 25th since MARM was founded. To date, over 60,000 volunteer hours have been amassed.

We are always looking for vintage equipment, books or whatever:

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A hands-on area for the more curious:

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This area is set aside for exhibits on loan to the Museum. Please contact the curator for further information.

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An amateur radio station has been operated from these grounds since 1980. MARM Inc. was founded in 1984 by Dave Snydal (VE4XN) of Brandon, Manitoba.

He recognized the need for this type of facility to preserve this part of our heritage and tell the public the story of amateur radio.

A host of very dedicated volunteers has assisted in this endeavour and we are proud of Canada's Only Amateur Radio Museum.


Below is a picture of the plaques which are on display in our main display area. Founders, friends and life members' names and calls are affixed to these plaques.

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MARM is solely operated from donations, memberships and all the very dedicated volunteers. If you wish to help support Canada's only Amateur Radio Museum, please contact:

Manitoba Amateur Radio Museum Inc.
25 Queens Crescent
Brandon, Manitoba
Canada R7B 1G1


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