Comporium Telephone Museum


Comporium’s company museum highlights the changes in communications since Rock Hill Telephone’s inception in 1894. Your tour through the Comporium Museum begins with a brief video presentation outlining the history of the company. Key exhibits include “Old Mack,” the actual 1927 truck that served the company well as a workhorse vehicle for decades. Visitors also have several opportunities to participate with some interactive exhibits, such as operating a switchboard where you become the operator. Tours are available for groups by appointment.

The museum is open to the public Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

“I’ve already spoken to my pastor about taking our church group back to Rock Hill this spring for NarroWay’s Easter program... We’ll also go to the Billy Graham Library while we’re there, and we’ll eat in Old Town in Rock Hill. My group will love it.”

Fred Weeks

Connection Christian Tours, Tuscumbia, Alabama