"Showcasing Sparks of Genius in Communications Technology" Put away the cell phones and iPads and tune into cutting edge times of yore when famous inventors such as Guglielmo Marconi, Samuel Morse, Edwin Armstrong and other communication pioneers were at their peak. Experience 200 years of communication technologies. See a wide range of history such as the first transistor radio, the first cell phone, hear a thundering 1000 watt spark transmitter, wonder at the Voice of America station from Delano, California, see the Titanic Wireless Room, see and listen to a working Western Union office, walk into a 1925 Radio Store, see shelf after shelf of radios and televisions, and much, much more! The Antique Wireless Museum is sponsored by the Antique Wireless Association and its 1400 international members. Begun in 1952, the Museum is located on a four building, five acre campus in Bloomfield, N, a short drive southeast of Rochester. Recognized world-wide as the finest collection of communication artifacts, the Museum provides a rich and unique experience for visitors of ages. Located at 6925 Route 5, Bloomfield, NY, 14469 the Museum is open Tuesdays 10 am to 3 pm and Saturdays 1 pm to 5 pm. We are closed on New Year's Day, Easter, the Fourth of July, and Christmas. Adult admission is $10; Seniors, Active Service Members and Veterans are $9; Members, kids and teens are always free.
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