What a great little museum showing the history of the phone in Roseville. They even have the original operators switchboard from 1914 and it still works. Just attended a field trip here with my daughters class and I was thoroughly impressed with the docents and found the museum and it's artifacts fascinating. Looking forward to go back on my own time. I believe they are open on Saturdays.
Always looking for new places for the kids to learn and explore. They enjoyed the museum and wandering the trails.
I love that this museum has artifacts that were used right there. It's awesome to see where the Maidu tribe lived and how they lived.
This museum was awesome! The set up was excellent and easy to follow the displays where easy to read and understand for children under ten. The hands on activities where fun for all ages and the walking tour was very very informative. The artwork was just amazing and we will be returning!
Fun place to browse around. The trails where you can see the indian rock carvings is pretty cool (but hard to distinguish most of them).
Roseville history all in one stop, see how we became at small railroad town to the beautiful city we are now with knowledgeable docents, lots of hands on displays for the kids. Free to the public.
Recently needed a new internet service and they gave me a very good deal and were very officiant about getting it hooked up.
This is another great place to take kids--nice location with interesting historic things to see. The docents are incredibly patient in answering the questions kids ask.
I like the fact that they are local. My tv does not go down nearly as much as when we were with that big company. Surewest is willing to negotiate their rate, if another company-wide deal comes along.