MARCONI-RCA WIRELESS MUSEUM
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Opportunities for youngsters, adults and educators on a variety of STEM topics offered throughout the year.
Our historic buildings housed Guglielmo Marconi’s 1914 receiving station, RCA’s
pre-eminent 20th Century ship-to-shore
station WCC, and a secret World War II
U.S. Navy post eavesdropping on U-boats.
Through interactive displays, unique
videos and informative hands-on exhibits,
experience the rich history of 20th Century
maritime radio and the innovative advances
in science and technology that followed.
HOURS and EVENTS
MARCONI - RCA
CLOSED UNTIL SPRING
The post-war year 1919 saw the formation of an all-American radio company, the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), to acquire Marconi's US operations. Under RCA, American innovation and technology would soon ensure American supremacy in 20th Century radio communication, and a place in history for Chatham.
What’s In YourSmartPhone?
Do you remember TripTiks? How about the Rolodex? 45rpm records? 8mm movies? “Mommy, what’s a phone dial?” Explore how far technology has come - and affected our lives - in just a very short time!
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