Telephone Historical Centre
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More Than A Museum!!

Here at the Telephone Historical Centre we offer you a chance to See artifacts that date back to 1876, Hear a multi-media presentation narrated by our beloved Xeldon the talking robot, and Play with our hands-on exhibits depicting how different forms of telecommunications technology actually worked. 

Whether you want to walk-in or book a tour, we are perfect for visitors of all ages And fortunate to be located in the beautiful Prince of Wales Armouries Building in Edmonton near the City Centre.

The Telephone Historical Centre opened to the public in 1987. It was founded by a group of ED TEL retirees who were dedicated to preserving the history of the telephone and telecommunications  in the Edmonton area.

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How to Get Here: 

Access from South, West, Downtown:

Take 109 St north to 108 Ave
Turn right onto 108 Ave
Proceed directly east on 108 Ave to the Prince of Wales Armouries
 

Access from North and East:


Take Kingsway to 105 St

Proceed down 105 St one block to 106 St

Turn left on 106 St

Proceed south to 108 Ave

Turn left and take 108 Ave to the Armouries

 

*Taking 108 Ave east will lead directly to the Prince of Wales Armouries parking lot.