Museum for Communication
2518 AD Den Haag
T: (070) – 330 75 00
The Museum for Communication is closed until autumn 2017 due to major reconstruction. Starting out as a place where the history and collection for communications by post, telephone and telegraph was on show, the Museum for Communication in The Hague has evolved into a venue where visitors can interactively experience the impact of communication on daily life.
Although the museum has only been known as the Museum for Communication since 1999, it has been in existence since 1929. Since the Second World War the museum has been located in Zeestraat in The Hague, in the former Royal Bazaar. For many years, the museum has been a unique attraction for children and adults who want to learn about communication by post, telegraph and telephone.