Located in Roseville California, the Roseville Telephone Museum has one of the most extensive collections of antique telephones and memorabilia in the nation. The exhibits in the 4,500 square-foot museum chronicle and celebrate more than a century of communications technology in Roseville as well as nationally and internationally.

A visit to the Roseville Telephone Museum makes a fun and educational family outing, a great school field trip or a group sight-seeing tour destination. Our museum docents are current and retired employees who are passionate about telephone history and volunteer their time to share it with visitors of all ages. For more information about the docent program, contact us via email.

History of the Roseville Telephone Museum

Founded in 1914 by William Doyle, the Roseville Telephone Company began as a rural provider of telephone services with just 160 subscribers. The company was born in an era rich in technological change and advances. In 1989, the company set out to chronicle these changes and preserve and display some reminders of how far we have come. For the next five years telephones and telephone memorabilia were collected and curated from telephone manufacturers and providers nationally and internationally.

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Museum Exhibits

Get a glance at some of the exhibits from the extensive collection of the Roseville Telephone Museum.

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Location:
106 Vernon Street
Roseville, CA 95678

Hours:
Currently, the museum is open only by appointment for groups of 10 or more.

Admission:
Admission is free!
Donations to help with the upkeep of the museum collections and facility are gladly accepted at the museum.

Group Tours:
Group tours are by appointment only. To schedule a group tour of 10 or more, contact us via email.