Georgia Rural Telephone Museum
Located in a 1920s cotton warehouse, the Georgia Rural Telephone Museum houses the largest collection of antique telephones and memorabilia in the world. In addition, the museum contains other items such as early 1900s vehicles, an organ from the late 1800s, the first communications satellite, the Telstar, and many antique clocks. There is also a recreation of a Creek village and murals painted by Georgia artists. President Jimmy Carter attended the opening of the museum.
The Georgia Rural Telephone Museum
Some of the phones on display