Museum of Communication History

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Museum of Communication History

Museum of Communication History
4.5
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Navoi St 28a, Tashkent 100011 Uzbekistan

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Waheed Ahmad Shah
Multan, Pakistan12 contributions
Very good collection of antique radios, gramophones and television.
Jan 2019
Any one who has some interest in electronic gadgets should visit it as soon as possible. very impressive collection of vintage radios, gramophones,televisions, telex and calculators. It was free for every one. English speaking guide was not available at them time when i visit so they handed me a tablet having all information about the exhibits in English. Staff was unbelievably polite and cooperative. you can spend more than one hour easily here with out getting bored. Taxi drivers do not know about this museum so better you show them the address on map.
Written January 23, 2019
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Burdenkov
Minsk, Belarus113 contributions
History of Communications
May 2017 • Solo
Interesting museum, located next door to Hyatt Hotel, no entrance fee, the staff is very friendly and competent, would be especially interesting for connoisseurs as it offers a considerable layer of information about development of communication equipment, starting from very old items, which catches attention. It might be worth taking your kids there (visitor can touch exhibits!).
Written May 27, 2017
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Aditgarg93
Ghaziabad, India408 contributions
Old history
Mar 2016 • Family
Museum of communication history is a good place to visit & check the historical stuff. good place for history lovers
Written May 25, 2016
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DavidPl66
Chester, UK6 contributions
Interesting free museum
Sep 2013 • Friends
This museum does not seem well known, and is not in any of the guide books. I only found it by accident. It is a pity, because it is one of the best in Tashkent and it is free !

It has an array of objects, such as old telephones, stamps, computers, record player, etc. My favorite was a Soviet era "wide screen" television. In the basement there is also a reconstruction of a 1970's post office. You can easily spend an hour browsing.

There are not many signs, but a free guide is available at reception, My guide (Zuhra) was very enthusiastic, informative and keen to practice her English.

The museum is easy to find - it is just off the main Navio street. You can take the subway to "Alisher Navio" and then cross the road. There is a sign for it between a restaurant and telephone kiosk.
Written December 29, 2013
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