Historic train station featuring local history and train exhibits. Stroll along scenic 1.5
Features the Lindbergh Collection of the 'Crime of the Century.'
The only original French & Indian War Barracks still standing in the US. Also famous for its role in Washington'
This Italianate townhouse (circa 1840)
Political history, pre-Columbian exhibits, library. Restored 1894
Built in 1816. Tour the house, blacksmith shop, corn crib, and spring house. Group and school tours by appointment. Spend an afternoon enjoying over 30
The mission of the Goodwin Holocaust Museum &
Museum features period furniture and NJ Glass. Next to the Mickle House (c1736)
Built in 1750, this early Ameican pubic house and tavern was a Revolutionary War meeting place for NJ'
Glassware, glassblowing tools, memorabilia from the 18
Exhibits of the common soldier and the Native American dating back to 8000
More than 40 hands-on interactive exhibits for preschoolers and toddlers, and 25
1774 Campbell-Christie House, Demarest House with Bergen Dutch artifacts. 1752
Aircraft, artifacts, and photographs pertaining to New Jersey'
The Museum complex, the largest in New Jersey, has 80 galleries of art and science, a mini zoo, planetarium, auditorium, sculpture garden schoolhouse and the Ballantine House, the restored 1885
The Thomas Alva Edison Memorial Tower was built in 1937 and dedicated February 11, 1938, to commemorate Thomas Edison's 91st birthday. The building presently serving as the Museum was built in 1941
Dinosaurs, mastodons, mummies, Indian artifacts, minerals and natural history of New Jersey. Tues. - Fri., 9 am - noon, Sun., noon - 4
Situated on Garret Mountain and affording a spectacular view, this 1892
Exhibits detail Paterson's role as the nation's first planned industrial city. Photograph collection of 200,000
America's first planned industrial center conceived by Alexander Hamilton and made famous by William Carlos Williams. Embodies 200
a 23-acre National Historic site built in 1772 by NJ's first governor, William Livingston. The home which chronicles over 2
See strange and unusual exhibits from Robert Ripley'
Art, science, nature, cultural exhibitions. Children'
Insectropolis is a new, insect museum with hundreds of live insects and arthropods, thousands of pinned specimens from around the world and even ones visitors can touch!
Located in a 19
National Historic Site contains the 1810 Hunt's Mill (Red Mill) with four floors of exhibits, seven acres of restored structures and the 19
Solitude House, built circa 1725
Hopatcong State Park and Landing in 19th Century Morris Canal tender'
Highlights the role of craftsmen and women in the 18th and 19
The Museum preserves Morris Plain's history by keeping a collection of artifacts, records and documents. Visiting guests can learn how Morris Plains has developed into the town it is today. Open:
National Historic Landmark. Home of Gustav Stickley, designer of Mission furniture and Craftsman homes. Guided tours and special programs. Museum of furniture and artifacts of the 1900-1916 Arts &
Explore the history of golf. Antique and vintage equipment, personal items from the game's greatest players, more. NOTE: THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED UNTIL 2008
The museum is located in a former one-room schoolhouse (1842 to 1909)
Underground mine tour. Museum presentation on tools, minerals, and history. 30
Dutch colonial farmhouse built in 1787
18th century house & museum reflect a unique look at 300
More than 10,000
Naval aviation museum dedicated to honoring the 38
Birdwatching, exhibits, aquarium, saltmarsh safari, feature creature (childrens program)
Located in the George Boyer Museum, the hall gives a unique and intimate look at the country's simplest sport, marbles. Memorabilia, trophies and awards of the sport'
More than 20,000
Museum preserves the airfield's history as 'America's First Defense Airport,' and the site where more than 10,000 service personnel and 1,500
Nestled in the pinelands, Wheaton Village is a large cultural arts center with the Museum of American Glass and the TJ Wheaton Glass Factory operating since 1888