InfoAge Science and History Museums

Looking for a center that also serves as a museum where you can learn science, technology, and the history of science?  Then the InfoAge Science and History Museums is the place for you. Proficient Plumbing & Heating as a member of this community, let’s be your guide.

InfoAge Science and History Museums are located at Camp Evans campus at 2201 Marconi Rd, Wall. It is close to many other great spots such as Shark River Park, Allaire State Park Trailhead, Quail Ridge Golf Course, Monmouth Jet Center, The New Jersey Museum of Transportation, Inc, and many more!

It is the site of major technological innovations.

About the InfoAge Science and History Museums

The InfoAge Science and History Museums were formed as a non-profit educational organization in 1999. The first museum exhibit space in InfoAge was opened in 2005 in Marconi Hotel, however since then, InfoAge has expanded its display spaces at the Camp Evans campus, and currently has over 40,000 square feet of space solely for the scientific, historical, and educational museums, exhibits, and programs.

The Camp Evans campus is not the same as other science centers. It caters to 16 buildings on a historic campus that opened in the early 1900s as a Marconi wireless telegraph station amidst other services and all these activities gained recognition by the US Department of the interior and is designated as a national historic landmark on the national register of historic places.

Over the years, the InfoAge Science and History Museums have developed into a sort of consortium of scientific and historic museums and exhibits and serve as the core point for which New Jersey’s rich communications, computer and electronic technology, and history is interpreted and preserved.

It has become a place where children and families are educated in today’s technology. It also serves as a hub for a hands-on educational program in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics which prepares primary and secondary students for college and graduate study. It also fosters inquisitive minds, logical reasoning, and collaboration skills.

The mission of the InfoAge Science and History Museums and Learning Center is broken into three sub-categories:

  • to develop a learning center that is interactive and hands-on that aims at evolving and preserving communications, electronics, and related technologies.
  • to inspire people to learn information technology and appreciate the improvement it gives in both their lives and career opportunities.
  • thirdly to honor the service and achievements of civilians, veterans, military contractors, and others by preserving this unique historical site.

The InfoAge Science and History Museums are normally open from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. Most of the tours are self-guided. At InfoAge, you can expect to see exhibits like vanguard satellites, electronic warfare, telegraph, jungle radio, and so many other wonderful sights. Plan to visit it today!

Here’s the map for the InfoAge Science and History Museums:

As you can see, the InfoAge Science and History Museums are about 20 minutes from our head office in Brick, New Jersey!