The National Telephone Kiosk Collection @ Avoncroft Museum is arguably the UKs most complete telecommunications museum where visitors can get a complete history of the public telephone service with a working telephone network connected to four telephone exchanges and every type of telephone kiosk used from 1912 to the present day.
The NTKC has been a member museum of The Communications Museum Trust since October 2013 and in addition to supporting the existing exhibits we are working with them on exciting developments for the future.
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The museum is just a few minutes from M5 J4/5 and M42 J1 situated just off the A38
National Telephone Kiosk Collection @ Avoncroft Museum
The National Telephone Kiosk Collection forms part of Avoncroft Museum and their standard opening times and admission fees apply. At the current time the museum is open:
April-August 7 days 10.30-17.00
September & October Tue-Sun 10.30-17.00
November-March Sat & Sun only 10.30-16.00
Seniors (Age 60+): £9.90*
Children (Ages 5 to 16): £6.60*
Children (Under 5 years): Free
Family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children): £33.00*
*These prices include a voluntary donation which enables the Museum to claim Gift Aid from the Government.
Just let the member of staff know when you are buying your ticket if you are not a UK taxpayer and unable to Gift Aid your admission.