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NJHN Trip to InfoAge Science History Learning Center (Wall, NJ)

Something different for this month's meeting for NJHN and the NJHN Families Group. We'll travel to Wall, NJ (in Monmouth County) to visit the InfoAge Science Learning Center and National Historic Landmark, located on the old Camp Evans base. We'll meet at the main entrance at 12:45 pm; the Center is open 1:00-5:00 pm. Afterwards, we will have dinner at a restaurant in the area. 

This site is being developed into a Science Museum, preserving the heritage of various U.S. scientific and technological advances since the early 20th Century. 

Exhibits/collections include: Computer Deconstruction Lab and Vintage Computers, Radio Technology Museum, New Jersey Shipwreck Museum, National Broadcasters Hall of Fame, Marconi Hotel, WWII Living Memorial, Fallout Shelter, and more. 

Admission is a suggested $5 donation per person. 
*NOTE: Currently the Museum is appropriate for ages 6 to Adult.

* Please visit the InfoAge website for more details on the various museums and exhibits. 
Introduction to InfoAge video 
Directions and map

Learn more about New Jersey Humanist Network (NJHN):http://www.njhn.org/ 

NJHN on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/groups/NJHumanistNetwork/

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  • LisaR

    Well, that was fun! What a fascinating place, and all being rehabilitated and maintained by volunteers! There's so much to see -- it would take at least two trips to see it all. We're definitely going back as a group to do some volunteer work, so stay tuned for our next trip! Many thanks to our guides: Beth, Steve, and Stephen!

    April 28, 2014

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