We’re Not Your Usual Science Center

Think of us as New Jersey’s mini-Smithsonian: we are home to over two dozen museums and exhibits, as well as community groups and volunteer organizations. It takes several visits to see all we have to offer so give yourself plenty of time. Most of us are volunteers, and we love telling visitors why our campus is a National Historic Landmark. Learn about us and come visit!

A Unique and Fascinating Journey Through the Progressions of Science and Technology

Upcoming Events

Camp Invention returns with two, week long sessions in July - Camp Invention Sign Up

Space Week is back for a single 2024 session in July - Space Week Info

 

Military Technology Museum Winter Closure

The MTM will be closed during the winter months and open again in April 2024. It is open only for special occasions. Call and check first.

Masks at InfoAge Campus: In accordance with the state guidelines, masks are no longer required.

22 July 2024 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Women’s History Exhibit

Women’s History Exhibit – By Melissa Ziobro Since June 2022, Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore Cadette Troop 177 has been working with the team at InfoAge to earn their Silver Award by funding a new women’s history exhibit in our Marconi Hotel headquarters. Girls Scout...

There’s a new Exhibit

There’s a new exhibit at the InfoAge Science and History Museums’ Marconi Hotel at the Camp Evans National Historic Landmark! By: Melissa Ziobro – InfoAge Trustee, Specialist Professor of Public History Department of History and Anthropology Monmouth University The...

Vintage Computer Federation East Festival

The Vintage Computer Federations Festival was a huge success this April 2023! This festival, which is dedicated to vintage computer enthusiasts from all over the world, had its largest attendance ever at the Info Age Campus in Wall, New Jersey. Over 1,000 visitors...

InfoAge Expanding Plans for Makers Day 2023

Nonprofit museums at National Historic Landmark site to increase offerings in 2nd year March 1, 2023– Last March, InfoAge Science and History Museums in Wall Township joined over 200 libraries, schools, museums, parks, and makerspaces across the state to celebrate the...

Students Play Potential Curators in Museum Design Challenge

The Tom's River Regional Schools website has a new article about the expanded use of the InfoAge Science and History Museum campus for STEM learning and education. This article showcases the adaptability of the InfoAge campus and its member organizations in enabling...

Did You Know We Provide School Tours?

Teachers: We are the ideal destination for school field trips!
InfoAge offers a huge variety of science, technology, and history exhibits that will support and extend your curriculum and help you meet classroom learning goals. From self guided tours to customized programs, we can’t wait to welcome your students to engage with our one-of-a-kind resources!

We are More Than A Museum

Did you know we offer educational resources such as webinars, white papers, and other educations resources provided by our partners? If you want to know more about a particular exhibit or technology, review our library of resources that will provide additional information. Can’t find something you are looking for? We have many amazing volunteers that will be more than happy to help you obtain the information you are seeking. Click on the button below to get started. We can’t wait to welcome you. 

Teachers: We are the ideal destination for school field trips!

InfoAge offers a huge variety of science, technology, and history exhibits that will support and extend your curriculum and help you meet classroom learning goals. From self guided tours to customized programs, we can’t wait to welcome your students to engage with our one-of-a-kind resources!

Camping at InfoAge

We had an excellent time at our camping event (at InfoAge).
We did have the full 28 participants. Please let Dan know the scouts loved his (magic science) show. And the museum tours were excellent. They loved the bunkhouse, it was a perfect place for them to have down time, play time, and chow time.

Thanks so much!

Cheryl Gerrity

Cub Scout Pack 122

Bayonne School District Class Visit

Thank you for today. We all had a great time and I am already looking to see what other exhibits we can visit next year.

Dave Henry,
Bayonne School District

Dave Henry

Bayonne School District

Boy Scouts Troop Visit

I would like to again thank InfoAge for all the arrangements. All the staff was very helpful.

Also the staff at the Science Exploration Center was amazing. All the information, presentation they gave was amazing. Kindly one more time, please send special thanks for them from our Scout Group.

Kind Regards
Peace and Blessings!
Muhammad Islam Zafar

Muhammad Islam Zafar

Troop Leader

A great place to see and learn about technology and science.

“Preserve, educate, and honor scientific innovation and history to inspire new generations of thinkers, dreamers, and visionaries.” A great place to see and learn about technology and science. See everything from Early MAC to Early NASA tech. Also learn how this base in NJ helped win the WW2

Dave Finnerty

I spent the most amazing afternoon with my kids at this Learning Center / Museum!

The volunteer staff was so helpful and included my kids in the descriptions and explanations of each exhibit. So many of the exhibits and presentations are actually hands-on! We are all looking forward to returning many times to get to the exhibits we haven’t seen yet, as well as to experience everything again.

Mimi Chin

Super Informative Museum

Everyone from kids to the elderly will enjoy their time. An abundance of tech that anyone will have an interest in and have difficulty restraining yourself from touching everything. From the earliest (super)computers to communication media to wartime vehicles, you’ll be satisfying your curiosity here. What’s even better is the staff: they’re more than happy to explain what’s on display and even show demonstrations!

 

Ben Rosenberg

InfoAge News

Women’s History Exhibit

Women’s History Exhibit – By Melissa Ziobro Since June 2022, Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore Cadette Troop 177 has been working with the...

read more

There’s a new Exhibit

There’s a new exhibit at the InfoAge Science and History Museums’ Marconi Hotel at the Camp Evans National Historic Landmark! By: Melissa...

read more

We Need Your Help! Volunteer with Us.

Join our mission to preserve historic Camp Evans and teach the public about science and history.

 

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InfoAge Science & History Museums

2201 Marconi Road
Wall, NJ 07719

Tel: 732-280-3000

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