Frank H. Woods Telephone Pioneer Association
Telephone Museum

Lincoln, Nebraska

                                  One of America's Hidden Treasures





2047 M Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
402 436-4640 

Hours of Operation
Sunday, 1 - 4 p.m. Closed on all major holidays. 
Special tours upon request. Call to make arrangements. 
Admission is free. Goodwill donations are gratefully accepted.

More About Lincoln. 
More About Nebraska.
Lincoln - the Star City - is Nebraska's capital city. Since its founding in 1859, Lincoln has grown to become the second largest city in Nebraska with a population of more than 200,000. Lincoln is the seat of government and the home of the University of Nebraska. 

Among the many interesting and historical attractions are:

State Capitol Building
Home to the nation's only one-house legislature, this majestic building was completed in 1932 and is Nebraska's most famous building.

Historic Haymarket District & Iron Horse Park
This restored warehouse district features restaurants, antique shops, boutiques, art galleries and more. 

Home of William Jennings Bryan, three-time Democratic candidate for president. 

Here's a comprehenseive list of attractions Lincoln offers, including these interesting and historical spots...
National Museum of Roller Skating
Museum of Nebraska History
University of Nebraska State Museum
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden
Folsom Children's Zoo and Botanical Gardens

For more information
For more information about Nebraska, visit the Nebraska Tourism Office