The New Jersey Antique Radio Club's

RADIO TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM

 at InfoAge

 Incorporating The National Broadcasters Hall of Fame

Last update:  5 January 2014

Help celebrate Armstrong Days, 8-9 Feburary


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Behind The Marconi Hotel
2201 Marconi Road
Wall Township, NJ

The RTM is a part of the InfoAge Science History Learning Center and Museum located at the former U.S. Army Evans Signal Laboratory.  The original site was constructed by Marconi in 1914 as a transatlantic radio receiver site.

The Museum is open every Wednesday, Saturday,  and Sunday, 1PM to 5PM or by appointment.

Wednesday is the usual work day.
The Museum traces the development of radio from before spark to beyond cellphones.
The truly magic thing about radios is that they play.  Many of the set on display have been lovingly restored to operating condition.  The museum is equipped with an antenna and cable distribution system incorporating a local transmitter to provide vintage programming as well as live broadcasts of-the-air.



The Radio Technology Museum is also the home of the National Broadcasters Hall of Fame that recoganizes many of the great radio personalities.
The Hands-On Lab gives childeren of all ages the opportunity to play with radio.  Displays include:

  • Crystal Set
  • Regenerative Receiver
  • WWII "Bomber" Receiver
  • Seeing Sound
  • Jacob's Ladder
  • Tesla Coil
  • Basic Electrical Experiments
The Museum also hosts special educational events such as the Crystal-Set Seminar.  Here's some PICTURES.