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36 Architecture and Landscape Architecture magazines. For more information call the Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District 304.696.5954. I-64 Exits 8 11. Rose Garden www.ghprd.org 304.696.5954 1570 McCoy Road Ritter Park Huntington West Virginias nationally recognized municipal rose garden containing 1000 plants and noted for its All-American rose selections has been a part of the Huntington landscape since 1934. Ritter Parks Rose Garden currently houses around 2000 bushes as well as many different types and colors of roses with names such as Queen Elisabeth Moonstone and St. Patrick included in the over 200 varieties of roses. It is an accredited test garden and a favorite spot for weddings and receptions. The Museum of Radio Technology Located in the former Harveytown School 304.525.8890 1640 Florence Avenue Huntington Open Saturdays 10 am - 4 pm Sundays 1 - 4 pm and by appointment This antique radio museum is one of the largest in the US and features over 10000 square feet of displays from the 1920s to the present. The Huntington Museum of Radio Technology is home to an impressive collection of gadgets including some of the earliest telegraphs radios and televisions. In addition the facility boasts several special exhibit areas a 50s era radio and TV showroom a vintage Hi-Fi room that contains sound equipment of all types an area dedicated to military communication and a pre-WWII era radio shop. A gift shop and library are also open to the public. ATTRACTIONS 36 Ritter Parks Rose Garden is among the top ten winners in the All-American Rose Selections - Americas Best Rose Garden a national competition of the best public rose gardens in America.