The Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut is .6 mi. n.e. on SR 159 from jct. SR 75, then .4 mi. n.w. to 115 Pierson Ln. The museum chronicles the evolution of communications technology and allows visitors to tune antique radios, communicate via candlestick telephones, create and send Morse code messages, crank a phonograph and listen to century-old records. Exhibits detail the history and uses of such equipment as telegraphs, telephones and computers as well as the practices of mechanical sound recording, satellite communications and wireless telegraphy.