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Telegraph Museum Porthcurno

Penzance, Cornwall

  • Telegraph Museum Porthcurno
  • Telegraph Museum Porthcurno
  • Telegraph Museum Porthcurno
  • Telegraph Museum Porthcurno

Eastern House, Porthcurno, Penzance, TR19 6JX

Tel: 01736 810966

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Telegraph Museum Porthcurno

Porthcurno,1870. The most connected valley on the planet. Fast-forward to 2016, and discover where the roots of modern communication began at Telegraph Museum Porthcurno.

Connect the dots. Meet the pioneers of global communication that made long distance messaging possible. Be transported to another time and place through interactive exhibits, immersive displays and live talks.

Press Morse code keys. Watch lights flashing. Hear dot dash dotting. Lose yourself in a whistle-stop timeline of dynamic discovery. Join the dots to be part of the adventure.

Visit www.telegraphmusuem.org to find out more.

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