The Turn Of The Century Electrotherapy Museum:
Celebrating 28 years.
Welcome to the new electrotherapymuseum.org - because we are now officially a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit!

This new website is over 275 GB and contains 125,000 files.  Please bookmark, share, and consider donating to help it grow even larger.

 




 

What's New

Bibliography
350GB Digital Archive

Forgotten Tesla Technologies


Restoration
Lightning Rays Television/Media


Static Electric Machines

Galvanic and Faradic Batteries

Magneto Electric Machines

Induction Coils


X-Ray Coils

Crookes, Geissler, and X-Ray Tubes

High Frequency Currents

Violet Ray Machines


Phototherapy

Thomas Burton Kinraide

By Order of Popularity...

Phantasmagoric Alchymie


Tesla Motor in Vancouver
Chad Shapiro's Lighting Meet Robert Greenspan Collection Visiting Graham Foulkes

Spark Museum Roadtrip
Spark Museum Reaction Roadtrip visiting Bert Hickman and Tedd Payne's Collections
The Proper  People
and
Saving GE's Last
High Voltage Laboratory
Lutz Neumann:
Making Geissler Tubes
Wolfgang Linschmann:
Making Crookes Tubes
Reanimation of 
Frankenstein's Bride excerpts
Palm Beach Podcast Interviews with Technical People YouTube Instagram



#electrifypalmbeach - The newest selfie craze in Palm Beach - 
Electrify yourself to a half million volts like our local model Hannah!  


See one of the world's oldest and largest 3 million volt Marx Impulse Generators
and the last high voltage lab of General Electric


Experience the wonders of X-Rays
(without the dangers of radiation)

Experience the unearthly Victorian world
of Vacuum Discharge Tubes



Experience rare historical artifacts from 1700s-1900s


Experience live demonstrations of obscure glass blowing techniques:
Plasma Art, neon lamps, and making light bulbs from scratch

Experience theatrics with electricity

Create psychedelic art using raw energy in our 
Eclectic Electric Photographic Darkroom

Experience collaborations with world-renowned artists and musicians


Experience live replications and demonstrations of forgotten
technologies using antique tools in our Victorian Machine Shop


See electric space paintings from the original Star Trek artists
Dave & Forest Archer



Browse our library spanning half a millenium containing thousands of books,
photographs, blueprints, and research papers dating from 1500s-2000s

If you want to visit the collection, please call or text message me at (561) 267-2679 to make an appointment.
Please send all  email enquires to curator@electrotherapymuseum.org or electrotherapymuseum@gmail.com

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