Telecommunications Museum

The telecommunications museum is a contemporary testimony to the history of the development of telecommunications in northern Thuringia from its origins to the present on historic Mühlhausen soil. The visitors are shown numerous mainly functional equipment of the telephone and teletype system, as well as documentation from 1891. Furthermore, teleprinter devices from the years 1943 - 1990 for telegram transmission in Mühlhausen and the surrounding area are presented, as well as those which were used in the companies. In addition, we offer several "open days", an "open monument day" and a "museum day" during the year. A visit to our museum is always possible by appointment!

(Source: http://www.fernmeldemuseum-muehlhausen.de)


Telecommunications Museum
An der Burg 1
99974 Mühlhausen

Phone: +49 3601 445222
E-Mail: info@fernmeldemuseum-muehlhausen.de
Web: http://fernmeldemuseum-muehlhausen.de
not publicly accessible

free entrance

Photography allowed


further information

Distance to public transport:
60 Meter
Guided tours
guided tour (only) with registration

Public parking facilities in the vicinity

P3 Parking deck of the "Burggalerie" department store
225 Places (Car)

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Legal information

Name of company

Telecommunications Museum Association Mühlhausen e.V.
An der Burg 1
99974 Mühlhausen

Phone: +49 3601 7588003
E-Mail: info@fernmeldemuseum-muehlhausen.de


Wirtschaftsbetriebe Mühlhausen GmbH
Windeberger Landstraße 73
99974 Mühlhausen

Tel.: +49 3601 404770
E-Mail: service@touristinfo-muehlhausen.de


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