Telephone Historical Centre

Come meet Xeldon our telephone repairbot, try being a switchboard operator, and learn about the man who brought the telephone to Edmonton.

Address:
10440 - 108 Avenue NW PO BOX 188 Station Main, Edmonton, AB T5J 2J1 Edmonton, Alberta Canada T5H 4M8
Phone Number:
(780) 433-1010
Website:
Email:
thc3@telus.net
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Located in the beautiful Prince of Wales Armouries near the heart of Edmonton, The Telephone Historical Centre displays a variety of telephones dating back to 1878. Recent changes to our gallery have meant that we can now display an even larger collection at one time.  

We offer our visitors a chance to see a short film that outlines the history of the Edmonton Telephone company, take a guided or self-guided tour, and try our hands-on displays that range from a telephone switchboard to a payphone. 

We offer programs for seniors, school groups and child care groups and can partner with the Loyal Edmonton Regiment museum, who is located in the same building, if you wish to book a whole day group.

December 2, 2017: 30th Anniversary Open House

Where: Prince of Wales Armouries
When: 10:00-3:00

Come and help us celebrate 30 years of operation by taking in our museum, movie, and cake! Your kids will enjoy getting a chance to finish their letters to Santa and playing with our hands-on displays. We hope to see you there!

Hours & Admission

Tuesday - Friday  9:00 - 3:00

Closed on Statuary Holidays

General Admission is by donation. For group booking fees, please see our website or call the museum.

Last modified on June 1, 2018  by Unlock the Past with Central Alberta Regional Museum Network

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