Visit the New Hampshire Telephone Museum
The New Hampshire Telephone Museum houses a tangible history of telecommunications which can be viewed via guided or self-guided tours.
Knowledgeable staff provide engaging commentary highlighting important moments in telephone history, such as the race to the patent office, the undertaker who invented the dial system, and so much more.
The museum features the collection of the Violette & Bartlett families who collectively worked in the telephone industry for over 85 years. Also featured is the collection of Garry Mitchell, another longtime telephone worker from Woodbury Connecticut, as well as gifts received from the public.
New Hampshire Telephone Museum
One Depot Street - PO Box 444 - Warner NH 03278
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Tuesdays through Saturdays – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 1 - Tuesday, October 31st
Tuesdays and Saturdays – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
November & December and March & April
The museum is closed January & February
Administrative offices are open year-round; Tuesday through Friday 10:00 am-4:00 pm.
[It's a good idea to call before stopping by the office during the off season.]
NH Telephone Museum
Library passes admit up to 4 people to the museum during regular museum hours for free.
*If you wish to experience a docent-led tour, please note there is an additional $3.00 charge per person. Advanced reservations are required. Guided tours are offered at 10:30 AM and 2:00 PM as staffing permit.