Bloomfield, NY – June 5, 2024 - The Antique Wireless Museum, in Bloomfield, New York, is proud to announce its transformation into the AWA Communication Technologies Museum. This strategic rebranding reflects our commitment to preserving not only the rich history of communication technologies but also embracing the dynamic evolution and key role of communication in the digital age.

Founded with a passion for preserving the heritage of communication technologies, the museum has been a beacon for enthusiasts, scholars, and innovators alike. Over the years, our collection has grown to encompass a diverse array of innovator’s devices, their devices, stories and documentation showcasing the remarkable journey of human ingenuity in connecting the world.

As we embark on this new chapter as the AWA Communication Technologies Museum, our mission remains unchanged – to educate, inspire curiosity, foster learning, and celebrate the remarkable advancements in communication technologies that have shaped our past and continue to define our future.

Visitors can expect the same immersive experience they have come to love, with interactive exhibits, educational programs, and engaging events that highlight the pivotal role of communication technologies in shaping societies and cultures worldwide.

The decision to rebrand reflects our dedication to honor our roots in preserving the legacy of wireless communication pioneers. We believe that the new name, AWA Communication Technologies Museum, better encapsulates the breadth and depth of our collection and our vision for the future.

Whether you're a seasoned enthusiast, a curious student, or simply intrigued by the fascinating history of communication, there's something for everyone at the AWA Communication Technologies Museum.

The Museum is located at 6925 Route 5, Bloomfield, NY 14469 and is open for visitors Tuesdays 10 am to 3 pm and Saturdays 1 pm to 5 pm.

For more information about the museum and upcoming events, please visit or contact Robert Hobday at