The Wilheim Reich Museum is owned and operated by the Wilheim Reich Infant Trust, established in the last Will and Testament of Wilhelm Reich. Wilhelm Reich was a physician-scientist who investigated o the energy functions in human emotions. His investigations led to the discovery of an unknown energy existing in all living matter in the cosmos. It is called orgone.
The Museum has become one of the medium by which the corporation achieves the protection and preservation of the scientific legacy of William Reich. It further serves its purpose through the transmission of this legacy to the future generations.
The Museum?s archives provide its visitors accurate and concise information about a wide range of issues covering the life and works of William, the history and future of the Willheim Reich Infant Trust, the administration of the Museum, and many more. The Museum also houses the Reich archives. It serves as a venue for summer conferences and other programs as well. A Museum Bookstore serves as the source of supplementary materials such as books, journals, and pamphlets.