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Formerly known as the Postal Museum, it explains the history of communication with a strong focus on postal services and telecommunication.
Formerly known as the Postal Museum, it explains the history of communication with a strong focus on postal services and telecommunication. A lot of old telegraphs, phones, fax machines etc. can be tried out so it is fun for not too young kids. Don't miss the small but impressive art collection, hosting works with communication themes from the early 19th century up until today.
Schaumainkai 53, 60596 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
+49 69 60600
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