Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe: News Express & The Spirit of the Season


In the Spirit of the Season…

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During this season of holiday lights, it seems fitting to remember Nikola Tesla. His many contributions to humanity include fluorescent lighting and AC electricity, inventions that continue to benefit us and bring a special beauty to the season.
We wish you a light and bright holiday, with our heartfelt thanks for your continued support.

Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe


Give a Gift that Matters


A donation in someone’s name is a meaningful and memorable gift. Please consider donating to the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe when choosing a gift for a special person or family, or when making holiday charitable contributions.

Donate: Because Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe is non-profit organization, donations from individuals, businesses, families and foundations are critical to fulfilling our mission. Learn more about that mission at our website: www.teslasciencecenter.org


New Website Launch 2018
– Expect an entirely new website experience from TSCW.

  • Explore Tesla timelines and inventions
  • Wardenclyffe history, facts about Tesla, videos, articles and more
  • Upcoming events and programs
  • Volunteer and membership opportunities

The website is designed to evolve and grow as we do. It will also be a “dream board” for the future, with plans for STEM programs and museum exhibits, science labs and business incubators. Look for launch date and details in January 2018.



Bricks for Nik 


Coming soon:  online “Bricks for Nik Plaza” with a virtual view of the memorial plaza at Wardenclyffe, where bricks surround a statue of Tesla. The bricks were purchased by Tesla fans from around the world and inscribed with names, quotes, memorials–even puzzles.

Visitors often linger at the plaza to read the many unique engravings. Volunteers are working diligently to create the online Bricks for Nik so virtual visitors can search for bricks by donor name and keywords.




Excerpt from an article printed in The Electrical Engineer on December 24, 1909.

“Mr. Nikola Tesla has announced that as the result of experiments conducted at Shoreham, Long Island, he has perfected a new system of wireless telegraphy and telephony in which the principles of transmission are the direct opposite of Hertzian wave transmission.  In the latter, he says, the transmission is effected by rays akin to light, which pass through the air and cannot be transmitted through the ground, while in the former the Hertz waves are practically suppressed and the entire energy of the current is transmitted through the ground exactly as though a big wire.”


Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe
P.O. Box 552
Shoreham, NY, USA  11786 



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