The Signal Museum is located in Chaidari, Attica, within the "Karaisaki A" Camp, where the Signal School Command is located and it is about 10 km from the center of Athens. The visitor can access the museum following Athens Avenue, heading for Corinth and turning right, after Palataki Chaidari, towards Attiki Hospital.
The purpose of the Signal Museum is the collection, documentation and presentation of materials, devices, media and other relics related to Communications, Electronic Warfare and Electronic Surveillance of the Greek Army.
Promoting the role and contribution of Signal Corps in the national battles from the 2nd WW to the present, with the ultimate goal of preserving and stimulating of the national memory.
The idea of the museum was born in 1961. In 1980, many materials were gathered in storage area of the Signal Camp in Chaidari.
During the period 1995-1997 a serious effort was made to search for and rescue material from retreats. In November 2004 the Signal Museum was moved to the current place.
From 2013 on, a more systematic effort was made to document the materials, improve the space and enrich the Museum with materials from various sources.
The Signal Museum now has 3 halls where it hosts materials that were in use in the Greek Army from 1940 to 2000.
The museum’s exhibition contains:
Address: KARAISKAKI 'A' Camp (Signal School Command) Chaidari, Attiki, PC 12461. Monday - Friday is open from 09:00 - 13:00. Weekend is closed.
Tel. : 210 5818000
Fax: 210 5382222