The unit organized a visit to learn about the history of telecommunications and is a nice small museum for people familiar with the telecommunications industry and see a lot of telecom equipment that they had not seen before
Shanghai Telecom Museum is an excellent historical building in Shanghai, located at No. 34 Yan'an East Road near the Bund. Get off at the Yuyuan Station on Metro Line 10. There are also several bus lines that can be directly reached. The transportation is convenient. The Shanghai Telecom Museum, which was originally built in 1921 by Dane Daebeit Telegraph Company in the Bund, is now open to the public and has an area of nearly 3,000 square meters. The exhibitions are mainly composed of five parts: telegraph communication, telephone communication in the city, long-distance telephone communication, wireless communication and comprehensive collection. They are displayed and displayed through physical objects, photographs, text, charts, and also rich display effects using multimedia technology. The whole museum is the history of the telecommunications industry. Please note that the Shanghai Telecom Museum is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays only.
Visited the Shanghai Telecom Museum and found that the telephone bureau had been there in the 1930s, and that Bell had invented the telephone in 1877, and it was really early in 1882. And we saw the earliest cell phones in the 1980s, the bp pager, the pay phone booth, and so on. But the Telecom Museum, the telecommunications broadband-related mobile history switch router Shanghai Telecom cellular data history such display is still few, most of the history of telegraph and telephone.
The WeChat official account and official website are being maintained recently, and online appointments cannot be made. After consultation, you can go directly and show your health code and ID card at the door
[Candy] Exhibition highlights:
1. Look at the architecture
The predecessor was the Great Northern Telegraph Company (founded by the Danes), with a neoclassical style. (figure 1)
Founder sculpture (Figure 7)
The old elevator inside (Figure 9)
2. Understand the history of telecommunications
The earliest telegraph machine-Morse (Figure 2)
The earliest mobile phone produced in Shanghai (Figure 3)
The world's first mobile phone-Motorola (Figure 4)
Shanghai's first pager without a display (BB machine) (Figure 5)
The earliest telephone communication cable in Shanghai was a submarine cable connected in Europe (Figure 8)
A very small museum next to One on the Bund. The museum itself is a protected building. The building of the Great Northern Telegraph Company is rarely visited. You can learn about the development and future of the telephone and telecommunications industry.
Preston_Dominguez: 34 Yan'an E Rd, Wai Tan, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The Bund,Oriental Pearl Radio & Television Tower,Yu Garden,Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street,People's Square