Science and Technology Field Trips, Resources, and Handouts


Field Trip Information

About InfoAge

InfoAge Science and History Museums is a nonprofit collective of organizations dedicated to recognizing, preserving, and educating the public about the rich history of communications and electronics technology in New Jersey. InfoAge is located at the former Marconi Transmission Station and Camp Evans National Landmark. It has been designated New Jersey’s World War II Living Memorial. 


InfoAge is currently available for school tours on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 5 pm, or as early as 9AM by special arrangement. Please realize that we are volunteers, many of whom travel a significant distance to share our expertise, doing whatever we can to serve communities across the state and beyond!


What Your Students Can Experience at InfoAge

  • The history of STEM and innovation, from Marconi’s wireless experiments to the Space Age to today
  • 21 museums and exhibits in 6 restored historic buildings on 27 acres
  • Thousands of authentic artifacts, many one of a kind, in informational and interactive displays
  • An operating radio telescope– one of few in the U.S. accessible to the public
  • Over 100 knowledgeable volunteers with career expertise in their areas 



All buildings are handicap accessible and are a few steps from each other within a fenced-in campus, except the InfoAge Space Exploration Center (ISEC) which is two blocks away and across Marconi Road (about a four minute walk).



Our content addresses New Jersey Student Learning Standards in the areas of:

  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Design, and Math)
  • History and civics
  • Computer Science
  • Communications
  • Vocational and Career Education


Museum exhibit themes include:

  • World War I, World War II, and the Cold War
  • Space exploration
  • The evolution of computer technology
  • New Jersey shipwrecks
  • Military vehicles, weapons, and other equipment 
  • Black American contributions to the war effort
  • Women’s contributions to the war effort
  • Model railroading
  • Radio and communications technology and history
  • Radar and electronic warfare
  • 9-11
  • Lenni Lenape


Beyond Field Trips

We also have periodic lectures, events, camps, and other programs and opportunities ideally suited for students of all ages. See our Events page for details and/or get on our mailing list.


Planning Your Field Trip to InfoAge 

Tour Recommendations

An education specialist will help you align resources on our campus with your curriculum to make your trip a tailored and authentic learning experience. We recommend 2-3 hours, depending on your group size.


Sample Schedule


Time Frame Group 1 (10) Group 2 (10) Group 3 (10)
9:45 AM Arrival at InfoAge 2201 Marconi Road, Wall NJ
10:00-10:30 AM 9032D: Radio Technology 9001: Cold War, WWI 9032BC: WWII, Shipwrecks
10:35-11:05 AM 9010A: Computers 9032D: Radio Technology  9001: Cold War, WWI
11:10-11:40 AM 9011: Military Technology 9010A: Computers 9032D: Radio Technology
11:45-12:15 AM 9032BC: WWII, Shipwrecks 9011: Military Technology 9010A: Computers
12:20-12:50 PM 9001: Cold War, WWI 9032BC: WWII, Shipwrecks 9011: Military Technology
1:00 PM Depart to return to McAfee Middle School


School Group Fees

Admission: $12/person | $10/person for groups of over 30 visitors

Admission + small group activity: add $6/student (ex. soldering, video podcasting, coding)

Pizza, snack & drink lunch: add $8/person

Specialized tours and programs: Contact us


Chaperone requirements 

PreK-Grade 2: min 1 adult per 8 students

Grades 3-8: min 1 adult per 10 students

Grades 9-12: min 1 adult per 13 students

Each tour group must include at least 1 certified school employee or other program director (ex. homeschool group or summer program leader). Additional chaperones for special needs students are free.



Want to Spend the Weekend?

Our Volunteer Retreat Center built for Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts is available for overnight stays for only $20 per person.  The center has three separate men’s and women’s bunk rooms, four men’s and four women’s showers, handicap accessible restrooms, full kitchen facilities, three separate common spaces, and wi-fi and cable service.


For more information contact 

Dr. Marc Natanagara, Board Trustee Education Chair at 

Gloria Kudrick at or 732-280-3000


Interested in Professional Development?

Dr. Natanagara has provided thousands of hours of PD to teachers, administrators, organizations and community members over the past 37 years. InfoAge is a unique and ideal location for authentic STEAM and inquiry-based learning trainings. InfoAge also has a speakers bureau of experts available to work with schools. Contact Dr. Natanagara to discuss your needs. Find out more at


Getting to InfoAge

InfoAge is located in Wall Township, NJ, 4 minutes off Routes 18, 195/138, 6 minutes from route 35 and the Garden State Parkway mile 98 exit, and 8 minutes from the Jersey shore

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InfoAge Science & History Museums

2201 Marconi Road
Wall, NJ 07719

Tel: 732-280-3000