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Connections Museum

98108 South Seattle, WA, United States of America (USA) (Washington)

Address 7000 East Marginal Way South
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
Museum typ Exhibition
Radio and Kommunication in general
  • Tubes/Valves / Semiconductors
  • Wire- & tape recording
  • Record players with pick up
  • Telephone / Telex
  • Computer / Informatic
  • Morse technology
  • Measuring Instruments, Lab Equipment
  • Amateur Radio / Military & Industry Radio
  • Home Appliances
  • Movie recording and playback

Opening times
Sunday: 10am - 3pm

Status from 02/2024
Suggested donation is $5 for adults, $2 youths aged 12 to 18.

Tel.:+1-303-296-1221  eMail:info  


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Location / Directions
N47.540504° W122.323667°N47°32.43024' W122°19.42002'N47°32'25.8144" W122°19'25.2012"

The museum is located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.

Via bus:
You may also reach the museums via public transportation. Take either bus #142 (from Third Avenue in downtown Seattle) and get off at Ellis Avenue South and South Myrtle Street (then walk 0.35 miles to the museum)
take bus #132 from Third Avenue in downtown Seattle and get off at South Michigan Street and East Marginal Way South (then walk 0.5 miles to the museum).


The museum features working Panel and Crossbar electromechanical central-office switches. It also has working Step-by-Step and Crossbar PBX equipment as well as antique telephones, switchboards, outside plant displays (poles, cables, splicing equipment, and tools) and a reference library.


The Museum of Communications hosts one of the most unique displays of telephone switching equipment in the world. Thanks to the hard work of our volunteers, we are fortunate to have working examples of switching systems throughout the 20th century, including a Step-by-Step office, #1 and #5 Crossbar offices, and a Panel office.


Telephone sets are the devices that subscribers did not originally own but were instead leased from the phone company. The museum has many representative models, from a copy of Alexander Graham Bell’s first telephone to videophones.


The outside plant is the telephone equipment that is not inside the central office and those tools necessary to support it. This includes building terminals, telephone poles, splices and lineman’s tools all of which are displayed in the museum. presents here one of the many museum pages. We try to bring data for your direct information about all that is relevant. In the list (link above right) you find the complete listing of museums related to "Radio & Co." we have information of. Please help us to be complete and up to date by using the contact form above.



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