National Electronics Museum Linthicum
Where is it at?
National Electronics Museum
1745 W Nursery Rd
Where are we going today?
The museum offers a wide variety of both static and interactive displays, as well as a research and lending library that is open to the general public, with displays on all aspects of electronics history. The Museum offers people the opportunity to see and experience the “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” of the defense electronics industry. Besides our wide variety of displays, we also have a complete amateur radio station, K3NEM/W3GR, fully equipped with vintage and modern communications systems.
How much does it cost?
- Adults$3 for Adults. $1 for Seniors
- Children$1 for Students. Kids 5 and under are free.
When can we go?
Monday-Friday 9am to 4pm, Saturday 10am-2pm
Guided Tours: Students will be led through the galleries to learn about telegraph, radio, radar, satellites and many more electronic marvels. There are plenty of hands on exhibits for students to explore too. Guided Tour and Hands-On Demonstrations: After students are led through our galleries, they are given additional hands-on demonstrations highlighting subjects based on their current studies. Additional Add-On Workshops" These workshops can be added on to either of the above programs. Have your students learn by building! Outreach Programs: If you can’t come to us, the Museum can come to you! Check out our website for information on all our programs! .
Be sure to check out our website for seasonal events and educational workshops..
What people are saying?
by Adam Brockway
This place was awesome I went here because I was affiliated with the Baltimore Node and Baltimore Hacker and maker spaces for the 2013 Robotfest it was a great time and the Museum was amazing. I will try to attend again some time to see the museum.
by Afton Watts
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