InfoAge is Open Three Days a Week

The InfoAge Science History Learning Center museums in Wall Township extended their public tour schedule to three days a week in May of 2012.

The museums are open for public tours from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $5 per person.

Currently the Museum is appropriate for ages 6 to Adult.

“The purpose of our museums is to enable the public, including students of all ages to learn more about science and history in a historic atmosphere,” said Fred Carl, InfoAge director. “We’re delighted to extend the hours for public visits to our museums which we consider to be a major historic and cultural resource for our state and region.”

What's the address?

Camp Evans and InfoAge are physically the same location.

2201 Marconi Road, Wall, New Jersey, 07719

40.1859, -74.0594

When are you open?

InfoAge Science History Learning Center has a public tour schedule, three days a week. Public tours are from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is a suggested $5 donation per person.

Where can I find a lost item?

If you have lost a personal item at the museum, contact the office (732.280.3000) or send an email to info@infoage.org and explain what was lost and in what area if that is known.

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Restrooms are marked by RR, Ladies Rooms by LR, and Mens by MR.

Entrances to buildings are marked by arrows

A – Main Visitor entrance, lobby, coffee stop and gift counter

B – Marconi Room by the Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) with the telegraph exhibit

C – World War I exhibit

D – Historical electronics and WWII radar by Ray Chase and the NJ Antique Radio Club (NJARC)

E – Contributions of Americans with African heritage in the development of radar

F – Marconi Lounge for classes and rentals for special events

G – Marconi Dining room for events and rentals for special events

H – Fallout Shelter and Christopher’s memorial train layout – only escorted visits at this time.

I – General purpose room for events and rentals for special events

J – New Jersey Shipwreck Museum by NJ Historical Divers Association

K – World War II in minatures by Association of Old Crows (AOC)

L – World War II and Cold War Electronic Warfare exhibit by AOC

M – Historic radio and television repair exhibit by NJ Antique Radio Club (NJARC)

N – World War II Lineman equipment exhibit by NJARC

O – Hands on electronics room by NJARC

P – Radio and television museum by NJARC

Q – Classroom for meetings and group rentals

R – Maker space workshop by Institute for Exploritory Research (IXR) – open by appointment

S – Computer Deconstruction Lab – open by appointment

T – Volunteer Center – closed to the general public

U – Computer museum by Vintage Computer Federation (VCF)

V – Workshop – not open to the public

W – Shipboard Wireless Operator exhibit by Veteran Wireless Operators Association

X – Model Railroad exhibit by the Garden State Center (GSC) – open by invitation of the club members

Y – Hands on train layout in classroom for meetings and rentals for special events by GSC

Z – Vintage military exhibit by Military technology Museum of NJ (MTMNJ)