Virtual tour of the OTE Group Telecommunications Museum with one “click”

From frying pans to satellite and mobile telecommunications, the exhibits of the Telecommunications Museum of the OTE Group “come to life” digitally with a “click”. New Virtual Tour which is available at Museum websiteenables digital tour of the permanent exhibition halls, from anywhere in the country.

Digital visitors, through the Virtual Tour, have the opportunity to virtually tour the Museum and learn about the exhibits, through informative texts, explanatory videos, audio clips and creative activities. The virtual tour includes four themes: the main exhibition, with exhibits on the history of telecommunications, the call centers with pictures and videos of telephone operators in Greece in 1960, the evolution of mobile telephony and the first television studio in the country, where it was shown in 1966 the first live television show in Greece. Each thematic section begins with an introductory video, with the actor Pygmalion Dadakaridis.


The rich content of the Virtual Tour is an ideal digital learning tool, as it can be used by teachers and schools to disseminate information and knowledge in the context of lessons. Today, the Virtual Tour includes around 100 multimedia items, which are constantly being enriched for digital visitors to discover.

“The Telecommunications Museum of the OTE Group is a modern museum that is constantly evolving. We created the Virtual Tour to enable more people to visit the Museum from anywhere in the country, and to tour virtually as if it were on the Museum premises. In the digital age, the protagonist is technology and in the OTE Group we try to maximize its benefits in every aspect of our operation “, said the Executive Director of Corporate Communication & Sustainable Development of the OTE Group.

The OTE Group Telecommunications Museum is the custodian of the history of telecommunications in Greece and aims to spread it as part of the Greek cultural heritage. Today, the Museum’s collections include over 4,000 objects and 33,000 documents, such as maps, telegrams, photographs and rare audiovisual material. At the same time, the Museum carries out regular programs and activities, for schools and individuals, on its premises and online, offering special experiences to those who wish to participate.


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