THE EXPOSITION OF THE SIBERIAN MUSEUM OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
The museum is housed in the Central Post Office built in 1916 by architect Andrey Kryachkov. The museum focuses on the study of the history of the industry development in the regions of Siberia.
The museum funds contain more than 5,000 exhibits, dated from the beginning of the 20th century to the present time. These are a Morse telegraph, a container for special postages, a uniform of the head of a telecommunications unit, a switchboard for semi-automated long-distance communication, a functioning apparatus— a two-motion step-by-step telephone station, telephones, the first mass television set KVN-49, radio sets, tape recorders, computers, cables, and much else.
The exposition is meant for a wide audience of not only the industry specialists but for schoolchildren, families, and people interested in the history of science and technology.
No age restrictions.
Call us for information 218 88 30.
The tickets cost 30 rubles
The ticket cost for schoolchildren, students and retired citizens is 20 rubles.
The museum is open from Wednesday to Friday from 10:00 to 18:00.
On Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 to 19:00
Mondays and Tuesdays are days off.
The museum is located at 33 Sovetskaya Street, the entrance is from Sovetskaya Street, the second floor.