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New Hampshire Telephone Museum, Warner
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  • The old phones and the information on how the old technology worked and how long it was used, along with seeing the advancements that were being made in phones every couple of years was fascinating. r...  more »
  • Do take the guided tour when you visit! There is so much you will miss if you don't! The museum is in a lovely building with beautiful wide pine flooring and great lighting so that walking through, yo...  more »
  • Came here because it was raining. Sounded like a corny place. What a surprise!!! This was one well put together MODERN museum. The short video presentation was excellent and informative, the guided to...  more »
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  • This is an awesome hidden gem!
  • AWESOME place to go to. Someone stayed after closing hours. Gave a guided tour after 3:00 when that's the last one they give. Good lecture given.
  • A surprisingly enjoyable time. Four of us spent 1.5 hrs there during the Kearsarge Maple Festival weekend and really enjoyed our experience. We were giving a tour by Paul, who I believe founded the museum. He was a very nice chap and incredibly informed and passionate about the history of the phone and telecommunications in New England. He had a lot of interesting personal stories to share. It's not just a museum about phones--it's also about how small towns and farmers started becoming connected to each other. There are lots of museum pieces that you are allowed to touch, but it would be fun if they had a reconstructed switch board where you could practice answering and transferring calls. A few more hands-on activities would be appreciated.