Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some frequently asked questions regarding the Antique Wireless Association and the Antique Wireless Museum it sponsors. Some answers contain a link to a page on this site where additional information or contacts can be found.

Q. How can I update my mailing address?

For anyone wishing to make e-mail contact with the AWA Membership Desk to get membership information or to provide address change information the contact form is here.

Q. What is the Antique Wireless Association Musuem?

A. The Antique Wireless Association is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit communications technology educational corporation chartered by the Board of Regents of the New York State Department of Education as an educational institution and sponsors the Antique Wireless Museum.

Q. When is the Antique Wireless Museum Museum open to visitors?

A. The Antique Wireless Museum Museum is open on Tuesdays and Saturdays year around.  Hours are 10 AM to 3 PM on Tuesdays and 1 PM to 5 PM on Saturdays. Visitation information is available on the Visiting and Tours page.

Q. Are tours available?

A. All visitors are provided guided tours by Museum Historians.  Self-guided visitation is possible as well.  Larger groups should make special arrangements prior to their visit. A contact form to receive additional information regarding a visit to or special tour of the Antique Wireless Association Museum is available on the Contacts page.

Q. How much does it cost to visit the Antique Wireless Association Museum?

A. The Adult Admission Fee is $10, Seniors, Active Military and Veterans are $9, Kids and Teens are Free, Antique Wireless Members are Free.

Q. Are special group visitations possible?

A. Groups can arrange for group rates and special visitation hours if arranged in advanced. The Contacts page of this site includes a form with which to request a tour or visitation assistance.

Q. Does the Antique Wireless Association have memberships?

A. A number of annual memberships are available. See Membership pages for dues and benefits of the membership options. All classes provide for free admission to the Museum as often as desired.

Q. How can I purchase a membership?

A. Memberships can be purchases at the AWA Museum Reception Desk or on-line. The top of this website contain a link “Join or Renew or Membership” to purchase a membership. Click on it and it will take you to the Membership pages if you wish to learn more about membership class options.