Civic Museum of Telecommunications
The Civic Museum of Telecommunications of Colleferro is a must-see if you love technology and history and are looking for an educational experience for your children.
The museum hosts the collection of General Francesco Cremona: as many as 1,200 telecommunication specimens from all eras and nationalities that offer a fascinating perspective on the world of telecommunications as well as of the evolution of communication over the centuries.
They range from the earliest forms of communication, such as the horns and shells of primitive man, to the megaphones, trumpets and sirens of the Middle Ages, to the aerial telegraphy of the Eighteenth Century, continuing with the advent of the telegraph, telephone and teletex of the Twentieth Century to the digital revolution.
Get ready to immerse yourself in a fascinating journey through time.