Presented by Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe


An on-going series of exhibits, talks, film and art illuminating the life and works of Nikola Tesla
Hosted by OK Stereo (299 3rd Street, Oakland, CA)
Presented by Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe

West Coast to Wardenclyffe

Win a trip for two to New York
to visit Tesla’s last surviving laboratory!

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Happy Holidays from Tesla’s Laboratory!

Events for this exhibit will resume in January 2019. Sign up to receive information about new exhibits, talks, movie screenings and more at Tesla’s Lab this January.

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Upcoming Events

Special Tesla talks, presentations and performances will be scheduled on select dates. More events being added for weekends throughout October, November and December—please check in for updates

Friday Dec. 14th & Saturday Dec. 15th 6–9pm

NEW! Augmented Reality by Yetzer Studio

Step into the future and explore the amazing technology of augmented reality. For almost 20 years, Brian Yetzer has educated the public about Nicola Tesla through 3D animation, 3D printing and augmented reality. Join us for interactive exhibits featuring Yetzer's presentation on the fascinating world of augmented reality.

Registration required. Admission is free.

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Live Coil Demo

End the evening on an electrifying note with a Tesla coil demonstration by Greg Leyh, esteemed engineer and coil expert. Greg’s coils are some of the largest in the world, and he’ll spark one of them at the close of the event in a dazzling display of electrical power.


299 3rd Street, Oakland, CA

Tesla's Laboratory is a series of exhibits and events that pays tribute to Wardenclyffe, the legendary laboratory of science visionary Nikola Tesla. It features interactive displays and live demonstrations of Tesla's inventions, as well as Tesla-inspired talks, art, music and film.

Why is it important?

In Shoreham, New York sits Wardenclyffe, Tesla’s only remaining laboratory in the world. Just five years ago the site was in danger of being demolished, until Tesla supporters from around the world teamed up in a record-breaking crowdfund to save Wardenclyffe. Since then, the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe (TSCW) non-profit group has worked with supporters and volunteers to reclaim the historic site and preserve Tesla’s renowned brick laboratory and the remains of his revolutionary wireless transmitting tower. Extensive fundraising efforts continue to develop Wardenclyffe into a museum and science center that honors Tesla’s legacy with education, research and entrepreneurship programs that provide opportunity for all.

Volunteers Wanted!

Help with Tesla's Laboratory at OK Stereo in Oakland, CA!

Tesla's Laboratory features exhibits, talks, film and music inspired by the life and work of Nikola Tesla, one of history's greatest inventors and humanitarians. We are seeking volunteers to help with exhibits and demonstrations; greet and provide info to visitors; promote the event; and more.

Fill out the Volunteer application form and we will email details:

Apply to be a Volunteer

How can I host a Tesla’s Laboratory exhibit?

If you are interested in hosting or sponsoring a Tesla's Laboratory exhibit and event series in your area, please contact us at 631-886-2632 or info@teslasciencecenter.org.

West Coast to Wardenclyffe

Win a trip for two to Wardenclyffe, former home of Tesla’s tower and site of his only surviving laboratory!

Attend any Tesla’s Laboratory event between now and the end of December, and you’ll automatically be entered in a drawing to win a trip for 2 to New York to visit Wardenclyffe. The winner will receive roundtrip tickets and hotel accommodations for two to New York for a private tour of Wardenclyffe, or to attend one of TSCW’s upcoming events.

  • Must be 18 or older to win.
  • Winner will receive two (2) round trip economy class tickets to a NY airport.
  • Winner will receive hotel accommodations for two (2) for two nights at a host hotel near Wardenclyffe and the Shoreham, NY area.