From fossils to fine art, from Native American tools to the finest silver, from quilts to comets, from prehistory to the future, the New Jersey State Museum is four museums in one and offers a galaxy of experiences for every member of the family.
Treasures, collected since the early 1800's, are housed in a modern main building overlooking the Delaware River in Trenton and are enhanced by exciting programs offered in an adjoining 150-seat planetarium and an adjacent 400-seat auditorium.
General admission is free. The New Jersey State Museum, a division of the Department of State, is an accredited member of the American Association of Museums. The museum's web site is updated regularly to keep you apprised of the many exciting learning opportunities that are available.