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InfoAge - Science History Learning Center and Museum

2201 Marconi Rd, Wall Township, NJ 07719-4081
+1 732-280-3000
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Pleasant surprise in Wall!!

The visit was largely on a whim and we needed an activity to keep my nephews occupied. We decided... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
mattdolan
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Prattville, Alabama
A fun place!

If you are fascinated by science and technology (and history), this is the place for you. There is... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Steven C
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Groton, Connecticut
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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2201 Marconi Rd, Wall Township, NJ 07719-4081
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+1 732-280-3000
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The visit was largely on a whim and we needed an activity to keep my nephews occupied. We decided on the InfoAge - Science History Learning Center and Museum which until that morning I never heard of before. Considering I was born and raised in...More

Thank mattdolan
Reviewed 6 September 2017

If you are fascinated by science and technology (and history), this is the place for you. There is a wide variety of items on display; World War II era vehicles, including a tank, WW II era radio equipment, WW I memorabilia and dioramas, displays of...More

Thank Steven C
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

I was highly impressed during my visit here. At first it seems like a strange place when you park and make your way to the main entrance. The main building is striking architecturally but is surrounded by a high fence with barbed wire. Within is...More

Thank AlexanderD
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

This museum has a little bit of everything. It is spread out over about 4 buildings on the old Camp Evans base. There are exhibits about the history of communications (radar, radio, etc), ship wrecks, military vehicles, war dioramas, and even computers. Definately should be...More

Thank Linda G
Reviewed 27 February 2017

It may not seem like much, even from the inside at first, because it's so segmented. I thought so when I first walked in. But after exploring and speaking with the various volunteer experts there, I feel like I have to tell people about it....More

Thank Craig C
Reviewed 2 January 2017

The InfoAge headquarters is located in the historic 1914 Marconi Hotel which served as the U.S. base for Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Network later to become part of the Radio Corporation of America (RCA). In the 1940's as the top secret Camp Evans, it was the...More

2  Thank Michael-CNJ
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Who knew that this place existed? This is a fascinating look into the past, including some of Marconi's memorable contributions to communications and a decommissioned military base. A top-secret location which has only been available to the public for a dozen or so years, it...More

1  Thank Sharon P
Reviewed 27 March 2016

Inside a decommissioned military communications site is a pretty extensive museum. Especially worthwhile is the communication exhibit, with old radios and TVs. There are some hands on exhibits. Before Christmas they offer a train exhibit. Be forewarned that this is not an polished museum. It...More

Thank Michael G
Reviewed 26 March 2016

A good place to learn about the development of the communications systems used by the US Military during the middle part of the 20th century.

Thank Charles S
Reviewed 31 January 2016

This museum is an excellent journey in the evolution and development of radio and communications technology. The museum has an excellent inventory of military and commercial radio devices to demonstrate the design evolution of voice and data technology. There is a large display of radios...More

1  Thank devil30
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