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What a nice museum! Every phone you can think of is here. Volunteers are great and very knowledgeable and took the time to talk about how the switch boards work and even how they used to trace a call. And best of all it’s free!...More
We took our mother who is suffering with Alzheimer's to the Roseville Telephone Museum a few months ago. She loved seeing phones from her past. We loved it that she was able to pick out devices that her father and mother had in the '30's!...More
Great small, local museum that covers the history of Roseville as told by what was the local telephone company. Docent that gave me a tour was very knowledgeable about both the early history of telephones and the local community. Both grew together.
This is one of the coolest small museums you will ever find. Unfortunately it is only open the first Saturday of each month--as totally manned by volunteers. But if you happen to be in the area at that time--then go!! You will not be disappointed....More
Our visit to this museum was quite a surprise. It covers telephone usage through the years. All the types of phones are displayed. There are phone booths, full displays, good signage. It is educational as well as nostalgic, to see the phones that grandpappy used....More
We went on an open museum day at the last minute and ended up spending quite a lot of time in the museum. It was fascinating to see the old telephones, make a call on a real switchboard, learn how calls used to be made...More