1925 State Route 57
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Phone: (908) 813-8500
Fax: (908) 813-8860
Arts & Museums
Situated in a house that dates back to 1915, this museum includes period furnishings, artifacts, memorabilia, photographs, a genealogy library, and many other historical objects and resources.
Gallery of fine arts and crafts by local artists.
Located in nearby High Bridge, this gallery, owned and run by artists, features bi-monthly themed exhibits that showcase a great variety of styles and media, ranging from traditional to contemporary and innovative in style.
Red Mill Museum provides guests with an opportunity to experience life on the countryside in historic buildings. This museum offers tours and educational programs and is available for rentals for corporate or private events.
Found in nearby Far Hills, this museum is home to the world
The Morristow National Historic Park, encompasses three sites, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Ford Mansion was the winter quarters of George Washington, and adjacent to it is the museum open for tourists. The Fort Nonsense on the hilltop was the place of the signal fire, while the Jockey Hollow was the campsite of the Continental Army. Morristown was known as the military capital of the American Revolutionary War.
Annette Novoa is a full time painter and part time instructor, and this gallery allows visitors the chance to become better acquainted with the works of this acclaimed artist.
Originally built in 1809 as a preparatory school for the College of New Jersey, now Princeton, this home of the Basking Ridge Classical School later served as a public school, a union hall, and a town hall, and presently accommodates a museum that traces and explores the history of the Basking Ridge area.
This fine arts gallery hosts a variety of changing exhibits that showcase works of contemporary American art.
This museum features a collection of American and English decorative arts and a Thomas Nast collection, as well as offering an array of changing exhibits.
A great collection of art is featured at this gallery that also offers custom framing services.
Walk through an authentic bark house and back into time to see tomahawks, war bonnets, and a 150-year-old scalp at this museum that follows the history of the Delaware Indians. This museum's claim to fame is that it is the only one in the Northeast devoted to the Delaware tribe; displays trace the history of man in Northeastern Pennsylvania from 10,500 B.C. through 1776. Displays of ancient artifacts make the cassette-guided tour fascinating for kids and adults alike. The gift shop on-site features many native craft items including pottery, jewelry and leather goods. Also on premises is an excellent library of Indian history and bookstore.