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"FREE FIELD TRIP "
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The Telephone Historical Centre
Deadline to Register:  Monday March 2, 2015

We are pleased to announce that can once again we can offer  "Free Field Trips" to 12 Edmonton Elementary School Children, between grades 2 to 6, with  a maximum of 30 students per class.  We take of all the transportation arrangements.  The 12 classes will be randomly chosen.  Children get to learn and experience how electricity, magnets and sound play a role in the history of the telephone and telecommunications, through our interactive exhibits. 
The tour takes about 2-21/2 hours and only takes place Tuesday, Thursday or Friday Mornings between 9AM and 11:30 AM.

To request a Registration Form or for more Information, please call:  780-433-1010
or Email: thc3@telus.net
Registration Deadline is:  Monday, March 2, 2015.

See, hear and do at one of the most enjoyable attractions in Edmonton! This Telephone Historical Centre is the largest of its type in North America.

Perfect for all ages. A special highlight is our multi-media presentation featuring Xeldon, the talking robot, and great historical footage of Edmonton.

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.
  
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.