New Jersey's treasured museums are great places to visit for a one day trip, or an attraction to complement your weekend getaway
Museums are great places for people of all ages and run the gamut from treasures of art, a real floating battleship, historic buildings, and hands-on interactive science programs, educational exhibits.
Dr. William Robinson Plantation & Museum
593 Madison Hill Road
The Dr. William Robinson Plantation Museum circa 1690, one of oldest houses in New Jersey, is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places as a rare showing of late 17th century frame construction.
Visitors can view the hearth that is still in use today, the doctor's office, herb garden, the basement with farm tools on display, and a gift shop. The site is ADA accessible.
Thomas Edison National Park
211 Main Street
The Thomas Edison National Historical Park in West Orange is a great opportunity to acquire an insight into life without music, motion pictures, radio, and light itself.
Fine Art with a collection of over 12,000 works of art including paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture and photographs. Hi-Def Planetarium featuring precision projection of more than 6000 stars. The largest planetarium in New Jersey.