Klipsch Museum

category : Museums
A museum dedicated to the life and achievements of the late Paul W. Klipsch, a Hope resident and an audio engineer who manufactured his world-famous loudspeakers there. Contains replica of his office, speakers, model railroad trains he built, photographs and other memorabilia. The museum shares the restored Cairo-Fulton Railroad Depot (circa 1873) in downtown Hope with Hope-Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce and is open during chamber office hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and by appointment at other times.

Phone: (870) 777-3540
Fax: (870) 722-6154
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