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Buckeye Telephone Museum

Alexander Graham Bell has been credited with the first operating telephone in 1876 when he ran wires between 2 rooms and said his famous works. We credit a number of local volunteers with the foresige of preserving telephone history. The Buckeye Telephone Museum is a grand collection of telephones through the years.
Address

Buckeye Telephone Museum
581 Bellefontaine Avenue

Marion, Ohio 43302

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (419) 947-8676
Local Number: (740) 389-9770

Special Hours: Please call to set up a personal tour.

Admission

Adult $2.00: 2.00

Accepted Forms of Payment

Cash, Check

Parking

FREE

Buckeye Telephone Museum

A volunteer group of telephone retirees/employees working to preserve telephone industry's history. Office switching gear, OH telephone exchange maps and charts, directories dating back to 1902 and much moore. Funded only by public donations.

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