Butler, New Jersey
Short Hills, New Jersey
Arboretum, Art, Botanical Garden, Children's, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science
The Arboretum trails pass kettle moraines, hilly slopes and a natural amphitheater created by glaciers. Our grounds host a variety of native New Jersey wildflower species and are home to over 40 species of trees, many species of birds and an array of ferns.
Montclaire, New Jersey
Newark, New Jersey
Newark, New Jersey
Asbury Park, New Jersey
A storefront family friendly museum.
West Orange, New Jersey
History, Historic House, Park, Science, Specialized
Thomas Edison National Historical Park is comprised of the Laboratory Complex and his home, the Glenmont Estate.
Matawan, New Jersey
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Cemetery, Children's, Church, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Natural History, Science
Thomas Warne Museum stands on the brink of a becoming a vital historical site in Old Bridge amid the burgeoning of suburban sprawl. The museum is a source of historical data from the earliest days of the town's history. Michael Launay, VP of the Madison Township Historical Society, has authored a book with the assistance of former museum curator, Alvia Martin, "Old Bridge" and is currently working on "Old Bridge Founding Families" for the society.
Toms River, New Jersey
Oakhurst, New Jersey
?The Township of Ocean Historical Museum occupies Eden Woolley House, located at 703 Deal Road, Oakhurst, New Jersey 07755, in front of the Ocean Township Library and part of Joe Palaia Park. The Eden Woolley House, circa 1747, is one of the few 18th Century Homes surviving in Ocean Township. The house is an architectural gem and a 250+-year repository of local history. It was saved from destruction in 2005 and moved 1,000 feet east to its present location in Joe Palaia Park.
Tuckerton, New Jersey
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Specialized
Catch the Spirit of the Bay at Tuckerton Seaport, a recreated maritime village nestled along the Tuckerton Creek in historic Tuckerton, New Jersey. This one-of-a-kind attraction located on forty acres of pristine beauty in Ocean County, New Jersey, is dedicated to preserving, presenting, and interpreting the rich maritime history, artistry, heritage, and environment of the Jersey Shore and the unique contributions of its baymen and women.