The goal of the Frank H. Wood Telephone Museum is to educate the general public about the history of the telephone industry. The museum chronicles
the history of the telephone from the first idea to the cell phone, and includes more than 500 telephones and related items. The museum was
featured in the 2008 Film Yes Man starring Jim Carrey. The museum opened in October 1996 with grant by the Independent Telephone Pioneers Association
and funding and support from Aliant Communications. The museum is named in honor of the founder of the Lincoln Telephone Company.