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National Electronics Museum, Linthicum Heights

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  • When I was a brand new Airman in the USAF in 1988, I learned my trade on some of the equipment that is now in the museum!  more »
  • Interesting museumfor somebody who is into electronics and the development of same. The museum is close by number of airport hotels and certainly worth a visit if you have few hours to spare.  more »
  • Nice, small place. It has some very informative exhibits, and cool working ham station. When we visited, the volunteer was an amateur radio operator so we got to see him make a contact.  more »
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  • Love this place! We were here for Robot Fest and had a blast! My daughter played with a homemade R2D2, learned about rockets, basic programming, and met some great people.
  • A smaller museum, but a very nice one for a subject that most won't touch.
  • Great for those who like military history, and seeing how it evolves over time. Currently remodeling (Jan 2017). $5 Email. Great, simple, electronic soldering kit souvenirs for ages 5 through experienced adult.
  • Awesome museum! Has loads of information and many pieces of equipment. I feel like I learned a lot about radio/radar systems from spending a few hours here!
  • This museum is such a hidden gem! We visited it after a birthday party at a local hotel surprisingly, the hotel staff did not know anything about it though it is in walking distance. There are hands-on science/electronics items that the kids can interact with and which provide an understanding of the history, progression, and application of 'knowledge' in electronics. My youngest gave it 'infinite thumbs up'!!