The Top 40 Hall of Fame and Radio Museum is housed in the historic studios of WFLI in Chattanooga, TN, created to document, preserve and honor the disc jockeys and stations that shaped American Top 40 Radio.
The Top 40 Radio Museum & Hall of Fame documents, preserves, and honors the disc jockeys and radio stations that shaped the history of American Top 40 radio from the 1950’s to the 1980’s.
The Top 40 Radio Museum & Hall of Fame believes that communities can unite around the universal language of music and song. Our vision is to create a space for the community to gather and fellowship as it explores the history of American radio and its relevance to music today.
Become a part of Top 40 history when you support the museum. Your gift enables us to achieve our mission through in-class educational programs, community outreach events, and preservation projects for historical sound recordings. Click here to provide your financial support.
Volunteer your time
We depend on volunteers like you to achieve our vision of building community through the preservation of Top 40 Radio programming. Apply today to experience the magnetism of Top 40 radio for yourself.
Please contact our Museum Director by by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to volunteer at our museum.
Support STEM Education
By investing in the Top 40 Radio Hall of Fame’s STEM education program, you are supporting science education for students throughout Southeast Tennessee and North Georgia. Our traveling program meets students where they are in the classroom and supports teachers by reinforcing learning objectives about the Sound of Science through hands-on visual and auditory representation of radio waves, frequency, amplitude, and radio set ups.
Our Board of
The National Top 40 Radio Museum Crew
Nathan Wooten – President
David Carrol – Secretary
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Mon – Fri: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
621 O’Grady Dr. Chattanooga, Tn 37419