Connections Museum Denver resides in a place of honor among telecom history locations. The 1929 Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company Headquarters building at 931 14th Street was deemed “Colorado’s Bell System Palace.” Finished shortly before the stock market crash of 1929, it represented a symbol of the power of industry and technology and has long been an important landmark in Denver.
Connections Museum is located on the prestigious 14th floor of the historic building, and shares the floor with the former executive offices from the phone company’s past. A private tour of the museum space includes a tour through the elegantly furnished executive offices and takes advantage of enjoying the impressive architecture and original murals commissioned by famed Colorado artist Allen Tupper True.
Because the building still houses phone company staff, it is not open to the public. If you wish to arrange a tour, please contact us.