Telephone History Museum will participate in large-scale festival quests
November 23, 2014 Museum of Telephone History will take part in a large-scale festival - The quest "Kids-friendly Petersburg 6", which will take place in a shopping and entertainment complex "Peterlend." The organizers estimate attendance by more than 5000 people.
Both children and adults can become players and spectators in exciting quests. During the game, participants of the festival will receive a routing sheet and attend a minimum of 15 gaming stations of the Quest "Kids-friendly Petersburg 6" and get the bright bracelet at finish.
During the event at the station Museum of Telephone History participants will perform in quests of various complicity of the task: to lay down images according to the stages of development of handsets, find a phone, which coincides with the image of the picture, to unravel the cryptic message in Morse code and other games. In addition, the boys will be able to independently gather acoustic phone using disposable cups and a rope. After kids perform all the tasks, the representatives of the Museum will put a stamp confirming the completion of the station MIT.
Festival - the quest will be held from 11:00 to 18:00, one can join the game at any time. Entrance to the event is free.