The All New Antique Wireless Museum is a one-of-a-kind museum in Bloomfield, NY has members and followers from across the globe. The guestbook features a unique section for visitors to leave their amateur radio call signs. The Antique Wireless Museum features hundreds of pieces of communication technology spanning the evolution of all kinds of wireless communication. The collection includes the first cellular telephone (serial #001), an entire Western Union Telegram office, and the 250,000 Watt transmitter from the Voice of America Radio Station in Delano, California. The museum is run by a staff of dedicated volunteers and is regularly open on Tuesdays from 10 am to 3 pm and Saturdays from 1 to 5 pm but will work to accommodate group visits outside the regular hours. Antique Wireless Museum is located at 6925 Route 5, Bloomfield, NY 14469.
It’s quite the collection and an amazing experience! It is an excellent stop for any tour operator or company looking for something new in the Finger Lakes. For more information contact Deputy Director Bob Hobday at N2EVG@ARRL.com or call (585)-314-7310. www.visitfingerlakes.com