Comporium Telephone Museum

117 Elk AVE

Rock Hill, SC 29730


Phone: (803) 324-4030

City: Rock Hill

Region: Midlands

Comporium Telephone Museum

Spend an hour or so learning about the history of communication as well as a little history of Rock Hill, S.C. at the Comporium Telephone Museum.

  • Free Admission
  • Fun for family members of all ages
  • Groups welcome – Call 803-324-4030 for group reservations
  • Hands On learning experiences through videos and audio devices
  • See the telephone booth, Mack truck and switchboard
  • Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10am-2pm
About the address – Although Elk Avenue is no longer a physical street, we have retained the address of 117 Elk Ave. as part of our long-standing history in downtown Rock Hill. You’ll find us between Main Street and Black Street, next to Kinch’s Restaurant.

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