The collection of General Francesco Cremona holds over 1200 exhibits relating to the world of telecommunications from every era and nationality and includes numerous rare and unique pieces.
Included in the Guiness Book of Records since 1998, its care has been entrusted to the Guglielmo Marconi Foundation.
The collection is divided into 26 sections which describe the history, protagonists and technologies used in human communication from early man to contemporary timees.
The ground floor holds exhibits that cover the Neolithic period to the French Revolution while the first floor, dedicated to the invention of electricity, houses examples of electric telegraphs, marine and land signalling systems, telephones, intercoms up to the present day cell phone.
There are also sections dedicated to radios, cinema and computers, plus a section on communications equipment used by the intelligence services.