Museum for Communication Frankfurt - Things to Know Before Visiting
Schaumainkai 53, 60596 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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About Museum for Communication Frankfurt
With a vast collection of communications equipments from the past, Museum for Communication Frankfurt showcases the histoy and spread of various methods of communication. The exhibition centers around different communication methods- mail, telegraph, telephone, radio, television and computer.
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What Visitors Say About Museum for Communication Frankfurt
This museum showcases the history of communication- mail, telegraph, telephone, radio, television and computer. There is a vast collection of okd communication devices and large exhibits of radio stations and broadcast equipments. Most of the exhibits are interactable, it is nice to play with them. This is a great museum for school going children for sure as well.