Chart the history of the telephone from the moment of its invention through the smart phone-era of today
About This Deal
- The world changed with Alexander Graham Bell’s invention of the telephone in the late 1800s. You’ll find yourself transported back to that historic moment when you step into New Hampshire Telephone Museum. From there, the museum charts a timeline of the telephone’s history up to the smart phones of today.
- Eye Catchers: Antique telephones, switchboards, and much more
- Don’t Miss: The introductory video or a guided tour that shares the stories of operators, party lines, and the invention of automatic dialing
- Hands-On: Visitors have an opportunity to touch several artifacts and see how a switchboard actually works
- Pro Tips: Plan at least one hour to tour the entire museum; the last guided tour starts daily at 3 p.m.
- Special Programs: the museum hosts a variety of programs. Please visit their website for dates/times and details.
- Senior tickets available for $6, students grades 1-12 tickets for $3