During 2011 the Museum expanded at a fast rate, now occupying more new sites and now appears to visitors vastly different from the museum of old.
The collection currently consists of more than 1,000 pieces and is the largest collection of retro phones in Europe. Our museum boasts transatlantic cable through which the first international calls were made; Bell’s own telephone; the Ericophone ‘Cobra’ – an incredibly popular Swedish-designed device with minimalistic design; a secret telephone attaché case which used to be owned by one of British Tobacco’s top managers; an English device used by the internal forces head of communications department in the former USSR. Behind each device is an epoch or a life story.
The museum has earned an excellent reputation among guests and industry specialists alike, all of whom have visited our exhibitions more than once.