The Museum organizes charity tours for children (whose parents have lost their custody) and veterans. The exhibition layout has been thouroughly thought through and ensures that your stay in the Museum will be as comfortable as possible.
The entrance to the building and movement through its halls are easily accessible to people with disabilities: there are special stairs and elevators. In addition, for certain categories of citizens, the Museum provides special visiting conditions: e.g. children under 7 years of age and people of retirement age gain entry free of charge; pupils and students may enter at a discounted price.
The Museum of Telephone History is actively involved in the cultural life of both Capitals. This includes large-scale events such as the 'Night of Museums' and off site campaigns for Victory Day, etc., when everyone can learn about the history of the telephone, old technologies, etc.
The Museum periodically organizes and hosts themed evenings and meetings with interesting people. There is a children's club based in the Museum dedicated to the popularization of history. Parents, educators and child carers are offered an exciting range of educational tours.
The Museum of Telephone History also provides a unique opportunity to celebrate children's birthdays and other children's holidays in the Museum. The only demand of parents is a food supply! The Museum will look after the tour-guests and gifts!