is to demonstrate the social and technical significance of the telephone network from 1876 to the present, using working equipment to provide tangible, operable evidence of an evolving technology.
the inventiveness, craftsmanship, ingenuity and industry of the telecommunications community through educational programs, exhibits, and special events.
"It's for YOU"
THE MUSEUM NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON!
Open every Saturday 1-4pm -- please call for other hours
July 20th, 2013
Celebrate the 65th anniversary of the first Number 5 Crossbar telephone system - the first system to let you dial your own long distance calls! Click here for details.
Welcome to the online home of The Telephone Museum! Feel free to explore our web pages using the links at the top left. The About Us link will tell you more about our organization. You can also learn more about our exhibits, and some of our upcoming events.
If you'd like to visit the The Telephone Museum in person, information and directions can be found on the visiting us page.
If you'd like to get involved with The Telephone Museum, please see our newsletter, The Pole Line, and see our pages on membership and on contributing to The Telephone Museum.
The Telephone Museum
PO Box 1377