$5 (suggested donation) 1-2 hours About 5 miles away
Since the telephone was first patented in 1876, a variety of technical wizardry has been needed to transmit voices across the world. At the Herbert H. Warrick Jr. Museum of Communications, on East Marginal Way South in Georgetown, Seattle, connect up the history yourself with working models of telecom technology and discover how people talked to each other across more than a century, with a tour between 10am and 2.30pm this Sunday.
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