Antique Wireless Museum

6925 State Route 5, Bloomfield, NY 14469 - United States





“Showcasing Sparks of Genius in Communications Technology”

At the Antique Wireless Museum experience the history of the technologies used to communicate and entertain from the first telegram to today’s wireless text messaging. With a guided tour by a Museum Historian, enjoy the incredible stories behind the artifacts. See the Titanic wireless room with authentic era wireless equipment. Experience the sound of a 1 kW spark transmitter. See the first transistor radio and the first cellular telephone. Sit in the control room of the Voice of America station from Delano, California. Enjoy the Discovery area where kids of all ages can use the hands-on equipment. And, so much more.

Antique Wireless Museum located in Bloomfield, NY is open Tuesdays 10 am to 3 pm and Saturdays 1 pm to 5pm.


Experience 200 Years of Communication Technologies

- See the world's first cellphone
- See a replica of the Titanic's Radio Room
- Hear the roar of a Kilowatt spark transmitter
- Stand in the control room of the Voice of America Delano CA Station
- Walk into a 1925 Radio Store
- See the world's first transistor Radio
And much, much more.

Guided tours by a Museum Historian are available continuously.

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