Georgia  Rural Telephone
The Georgia Rural Telephone Museum in Leslie, Georgia, is home to the largest collection of antique telephones and telephone memorabilia in the world.

The museum is open Monday through Friday, 9:00AM through 3:30PM

There is a nominal charge for admission to the museum. Please call  (229) 874-4786 for details.

The Georgia Rural Telephone Museum is a not for profit organization.

Dear Visitor,

       I am extremely proud to welcome you to the Georgia Rural Telephone Museum. Housed in this renovated 1920's cotton warehouse are the oldest and rarest examples of telecommunication in the world. Our exhibits date from 1876 to the 21st Century.

       I would like to dedicate the museum to the men and women who worked so hard and so long to give us the greatest communication system in the world and to honor those who continue to work on new and innovative ideas for the future of the communication.  In appreciation, a special thanks to so many who have worked untiringly before and beside me to make this dream a reality.
       It is my desire that you enjoy a trip through the history of communications and leave with a greater appreciation and understanding of telephony. Now for your viewing pleasure I present "The Georgia Rural Telephone Museum".

We look forward to sharing this unique experience with you.

Tommy C. Smith, CEO