Museum voor Communicatie

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82 Zeestraat, The Hague, Netherlands - 070 330 7500

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Everybody communicates Jan 12, 2011
This museum is mostly intended for children. Most exhibitions are for young children aged 4 till about early teens. These exhibitions show the very different ways of communication with one another.

All exhibitions are on the 5 floors or so. Some of them are semi-permanent, others are temporarily. There is allways something with mail (lettres and so) and phone. This is offcourse because the museum was founded by the Dutch mail and phone company PTT.

Some examples of what you'll find in this museum: old telephones (from early models up untill pressent day models), stamps (philately), mail sorting machines (some are still working!) a car from the PTT, and many other communication devices.
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