On April 25th in the historic center of Moscow, the world's largest museum of telephone history was opened. Residents and guests of the city were presented with an extensive collection of exhibits on display, illustrating the development of telephone communications through the 19-20th centuries: from Bell's first phone to the devices of the late Soviet era.
The Telephone History Museum is a social and cultural-educational project, whose goal is to make the accumulated knowledge about the history of the development of the telecommunications industry public. The new format of the exhibition at the Museum and the collection’s rich history will make MIT a center of attraction for a wide audience and an attractive educational platform for young people.
Address of the Museum: Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya 19/2
The Museum will be open to visitors Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 to 18.00. Closed Mondays.
Site of the Museum: telhistory.ru