01 & 15 December 2019
Museum in the dark
Guided tour with flashlights
The lights in the Museum turn off. With the flashlights in hand and with the help of sounds, young and old discover the most important stations in the history of telecommunications:
How did the pigeons carry messages to World War II? A swarm of birds comes to life at the exhibition site and the kids start exploring!
Dots and dashes. Titanic collapses with the iceberg, many passengers rescued thanks to ‘S.O.S’, which was sent to Morse signals
Bicycle horn signaling that telegraph distributor is coming to deliver the telegram
Known as the "drin drin" of the phone, it drives the children to the telephone devices
Wearing real headphones, kids connect lines like the old dispatchers!
How does a coin sound when it drops on the red phone kiosk of the 80s?
A juggler for the end
Phosphorescent balls, colorful whips, luminous rings, and magical wreaths create a unique spectacle by painting striking patterns in the dark!
They visited us
90 children and 75 companions took part in the action - see what they said:
We liked that we learned and had fun! Amazing!
Great job once again, congratulations!
I liked the old phones, the dots and dashes and the magic show!
I liked everything, it was fantastic!
With your love and good mood, you once again filled us with pictures! You are amazing!
In January, our Museum welcomes the New Year with VR & 3D Painting! Book your place online by booking here!