From the Battleship New Jersey to Insectropolis, from the Liberty Science Center to the Adventure Aquarium, New Jersey offers a wide variety of historic, scientific and cultural choices. All roads lead to interesting museums. As famous New Jerseyan Yogi Berra would say, "When you reach a fork in the road, take it!"
Walk through the doors of New Jersey's world-class museums and find yourself transported into an arts and cultural Mecca of learning and discovery. Explore our renowned collections, acclaimed special exhibitions and educations programs.
New Jersey's art museums welcome visitors from around the world to explore its unique collections, special exhibitions and enriching programs. Comprised of artwork from virtually every culture, New Jersey's art collections are a cultural celebration to be enjoyed bay all.
"We're bored" is an expression of the past in New Jersey when you take the kids to explore New Jersey's children's museums. These hands-on museums offer larger-than-life, kid-powered interactive exhibit areas that encourage visitors to touch, discover and create.
The Main Building of the New Jersey State Museum reopened in May 2008 after completing important environmental upgrades and renovations to enhance exhibitions and collection preservation capabilities. A series of exhibitions, special events and programs showcasing entirely new experiences, as well as the Museum's four distinct collection areas - Archaeology / Ethnology, Cultural History, Fine Art and Natural History - are scheduled for 2009. For more information about the changing exhibits and schedule of events please visit http://www.njstatemuseum.org/.