The Museum, which is entirely self-funded and run by volunteers, has a major collection – over 40 tonnes - of artefacts covering electrostatics, telegraphy, telephony, audio, radio, television and video and IT ……as well as some early experimental radar, satellite, photographic and printing equipment plus a technical library of scientific literature and related documentation.Plan your Museum of Communication visit and explore what else you can see and do in Burntisland using our Burntisland trip builder.
The Museum of Communication Foundation Trust is a charitable company limited
by guarantee, registration no. 146894 (Scotland), charity no. SCO22004
Registered office: 131 High Street, Burntisland, Fife, KY3 9AA
Tel: 01592 874836 E-mail: email@example.com
Patron: Prof. Heinz Wolff
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Museum of Communication Reviews
author55August 5, 2017
If your in the area, it's worth a visit, considering it's free, unless you want to give a donation, fairly interesting if your into means of communication,it also has a cafe, some old bakolite phones,... more »
thetravellingmanUkJuly 8, 2017
We have tried to visit this museum on different occasions before but sadly every time it was closed. We did some research about their opening hours and made a special trip here today to visit. The mus... more »
Janette WJune 12, 2017
It was free entry and I found the exhibition very interesting. It pieces from the World War One as well as communication items from the 60's. The members were very interesting and provided an explanat... more »
Great wee place to spend a few hours how communications have advanced over the years very interesting
A fascinating place, deceptively bigger inside than its façade suggests, free entry, cafe, very friendly and knowledgeable guides (Dorothy and Tom) a must see if your on the area, open Saturday and Wednesday.
Great info about old and new communications, managed to see the World War 1 and 2 exhibition while it was showcased.
deceptively small building with very comprehensive collection of all kinds of technical wonders. If you like old technology and if you want to see probably one of the best museums of its kind, it's worth the diversion to burntisland.
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