Marconi Centre, Poldhu, Cornwall

The site at Poldhu is famous for the first transatlantic radio signal which introduced everything from broadcasting to satellite communications, mobile phones, broadband, and the Internet. Poldhu was at the forefront of it all. The Marconi Centre is owned and maintained by the National Trust and run by volunteers. Admission is free

The Marconi Centre is also home to the Poldu Amateur Radio Society

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