Our Favorite Unique Museums in New Jersey
Everyone collects something and at EverPresent we can help you sort your photo, video, and music collection. While we can help you out with your family memories, these truly unique museums work towards conserving a whole slew of interesting treasures.
Sterling Hill Mining Museum
This mine in Ogdensburg displays the world’s largest public collection of fluorescent rocks.
Hop back to the 1950’s with this Wildwood museum which features neon signs and pop culture artifacts from a bygone era.
This “Bugseum” features a vast collection of living and displayed specimens, from bees to tarantulas. This Toms River spot is the place to go to try to cure your arachnophobia.
This Flemington tourist stop boasts the Guiness Book of World Record holder for the largest model railroad.
Silverball Museum Arcade
Museums may not be the first place you would think of to have a kid’s birthday party. But this museum in Asbury Park has a variety of playable pinball machines and other vintage games.
Grounds for Sculpture
Set in a former Hamilton fairground, this outdoor museum is both a sculpture park and arboretum, sure to please both the gardeners and art connoisseurs of the family.
Thomas Edison National Historic Park
Learn about the revolutionary inventor in this uniquely architectured household in West Orange. We tip our hats to Edison, who helped invent sound recording. Without him we might not have tapes to digitize!
Discovery Shell Museum
Spent the weekend picking up unidentified objects from Ocean City? This museum has over a thousand species of shells that are tagged for easy identification.
Built in the late 1800’s in medieval style, this once residential home was registered as a historic place and is now home to a museum and library. The turret provides a vista of Patterson.
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