Discover Telephone History in the Greater Boston Area where the telephone was invented! View one of the first Telephones ever made here in Boston by Charles Williams Jr.
The Telephone Museum is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Public Charity Teaching Museum.
The insides of today's stuff is harder to see without specialized instruments, so we tear apart old analog phones to see the componentry that converts voice to electric current and back again.
The museumís telephone collection is the focal point of this effort, and in conjunction with a maker space, serves to cultivate the entrepreneurial spirit which gave birth to the telephone and continues to drive todayís inventors and innovators.
Admission is $10. for adults and $5. for children.
289 Moody St #111, Waltham, MA, 02453 map
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