Welcome to the home page of The Tesla Wardenclyffe Project.
Our mission is the preservation and adaptive reuse of Wardenclyffe,
the 119 year-old laboratory of electrical pioneer Nikola Tesla
located in Shoreham, Long Island, New York.
The Peerless Photo
Products site presently includes a 94' x 94' brick
building designed by noted turn-of-the-century architect Stanford White,
the perimeter foundation wall of the communications facility's wireless transmission tower,
and a number of newer structures.
We are presently working in cooperation with
the Long Island, NY group Tesla Science Center
at Wardenclyffe, to preserve this one remaining monument to Nikola Tesla's engineering legacy.
Our specific goals are:
- Placement on the National Register,
Done, see In the News below.
- Restoration of the building and stabilization of the tower foundation,
A Work in progress.
- Conversion of the site into a science museum complex to be known as the
Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe.
You are invited to
a member of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe.
Tesla Photograph Archive
The Nikola Tesla
and Wardenclyffe Traveling Exhibit
files and links
In the News:
Tesla Wardenclyffe Project, Inc.
P.O. Box 8041
Breckenridge, CO 80424-8041
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