Tours, Field Trips and Overnights

Tours, Field Trips and Overnights

It’s one thing to read about history and quite another to immerse yourself in it! There is nothing quite like experiencing a few hours on our former military base, among thousands of artifacts, where radio pioneer and Nobel prize winner Guglielmo Marconi set up shop in 1912 and the Army Signal Corps innovated military and radar technology from the dawn of WWII to the 1990s.

During normal operating hours, for one price of admission, visitors are welcome to roam our 27 acre campus and enjoy our 21 museums and exhibits. Should you desire something more, we have several options.


For small to larger groups looking for a more curated experience, perhaps on a particular theme (ex. WWII, radio communications, computers, commerce), a unique itinerary and tour guide volunteer can be arranged.

To inquire about a tour, contact Gloria Kudrick at 732-280-3000 or

Field Trips

For students, whether public, private, or homeschooled, from kindergarten to grad school, our volunteer education specialist works with teachers and administrators to develop a tailored learning experience aligned with curriculum needs. Experts in each of our major museums– all presently or formerly in industries related to their museum theme– are on hand to guide and answer questions.

Lunch space is available and, for an additional fee, snacks, drinks, and pizza from a popular local restaurant can also be reserved.

To fit school schedules, our museum volunteers are nearly always able and willing to open before public hours, as early as 9AM.

And for an additional fee, one stop on the tour can be a custom hands-on STEAM activity in our Collaboratory-Makerspace-Podcast Studio in building 9059. 

For more information on educational field trips, click here.



Our Volunteer Center in building 9010 was completely refurbished in 2012 to house emergency responders and volunteers during the Superstorm Sandy cleanup. 

Accommodations for groups from 25 to 100 people include:

  • Three separate men & women’s bunk rooms

  • 80 bunks with mattresses

  • Men’s and women’s locker room with showers

  • Handicap accessible restrooms

  • Kitchen facilities

  • 3 separate common spaces

  • Wifi and cable


To inquire about a overnight visits, contact Gloria Kudrick at 732-280-3000 or

While Infoage History and Science Museums is tucked away in a wooded suburb on the Shark River, as an added benefit to daytrippers and overnighters, we are 10 minutes from Jersey shore beaches and communities and (literally) hundreds of restaurants and stores!

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InfoAge Science & History Museums

2201 Marconi Road
Wall, NJ 07719

Tel: 732-280-3000