New Hampshire Telephone Museum
1 Depot Street, Warner, NH 03278 - United States
"From its humble beginnings, the telephone has shaped the modern world in too many ways to count. At the New Hampshire Telephone Museum, you can see the evolution of the world's greatest invention, experience life as a switchboard operator and learn how a teacher of the deaf, an undertaker and a Hollywood Starlet changed the course of history."
Considered a "gem", NHTM has artifacts from the late 1800s to 2000 and will surely bring back fond memories and fascinate. Our new 2022 Special Exhibit is also on display: "Insatiable Curiosity: The Creativity and Innovation of Alexander Graham Bell".
Our interactive rooms, are fun for all ages.
Enjoy our free mobile app, too!
"Insatiable Curiosity: The Creativity and Innovation of Alexander Graham Bell"
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