Admission: Adults $10.00, Senior Adults $9.00 and Students $7.00. Children five and under are free. Admission is free January – March (BBBS Discount Available)
Hours: Check the website since the hours vary by season.<
Location: Millville, Cumberland County Take Rt. 55 South to Exit 26. Go right at the top of the exit ramp. Make first left turn onto Wade Boulevard. WheatonArts entrance is a half-mile on the right.
Watch world class glass art created in the Glass Studio. Tour the Museum of American Glass with its notable collection. Walk through the Craft Studios and see skilled artists at work. Explore South Jersey’s rich cultural traditions in the Down Jersey Folklife Center. Browse through the finest selection of handcrafted gift items in our wonderful museum stores. A variety of special events, exhibitions and educational programs are offered throughout the year.
Hours: Tuesday: 11 am – 6 pm, Wednesday: 11 am – 6 pm, Thursday: 12 – 8 pm
Friday: 11 am – 7 pm, Saturday: 11 am – 7 pm
Location: 5 Second Street, Hammonton 08037
The Noyes Museum of Art opened a satellite gallery in 2008 on South 2nd Street in Hammonton, N.J. The gallery complements the Museum’s existing exhibitions in Oceanville with displays featuring local and regional emerging artists. The space also allows us to better serve the population in the western Atlantic, Burlington, Cumberland, Salem and Camden Counties.
Admission: Free, donations accepted
Hours: Sunday & Monday – Closed, Tuesday – 1 to 5, Wednesday – 10 to 5,
Thursday – 1 to 9, Friday – 1 to 8, Saturday – 11 to 4
Location: 219 Bellevue, Hammonton, NJ
Since 1996, the HAC, a nonprofit, multi arts group has fulfilled its mission in Hammonton and surrounding western Atlantic County by offering classes, workshops, lectures and presentations focusing on the arts. HAC sponsors exhibits and shows of the work of its members, other area artists and students from local schools.
Hours: Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., and Sunday, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Location: The Museum is located on the Princeton University campus a short walk from Nassau Street in downtown Princeton. Public parking is not available on the Princeton campus. The best place to park is in town at metered spaces near Palmer Square and along Nassau Street, or at public parking garages located on Chambers, Hulfish, Spring, and Wiggins streets.
The Princeton University Art Museum is one of the nation’s leading art museums, with collections of some 72,000 works of art ranging from ancient to contemporary, concentrating geographically on the Mediterranean regions, Western Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
Hours: Matinee and evening performances
Location: 3322 College Drive, Vineland, NJ (very close to the Mall)
The college offers a variety of concerts and plays. Some events are free, some at a very low cost.
A number of the concerts and plays are geared toward children.
Admission: Admission to the Art Gallery is free. Performance admission varies.
Hours: Check the college website for performance information.
Richard Stockton College has an Art Gallery open to the public with special exhibits. The performing Arts Center offers a variety of plays and concerts for children.
Admission: Vary by performance and seat location.
Hours: Vary by performance
Location: 830 East Landis Ave, Vineland, NJ 08360
Originally, an Art Deco style movie theater, the Landis Theater showcased Vaudeville acts including Abbott and Costello. In 1987, after many years serving the Vineland community, the Theater closed its doors. The theater was restored and reopened in 2010. The Landis Theater Performing Arts Center hosts a season of events including professional entertainment, national touring artists, cultural and multi-cultural enrichment programs, dance, classical music, jazz, doo-wop, musicals, drama, local talent, productions by The Landis Theater Actors and much more. The theater offers special productions for children each season.
Admission: $5 – $18 per person. Tours are additional
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday, 10:00 am–5:00 pm
Location: 5105 Kennett Pike (Route 52), Winterthur, DE 19735
Founded by Henry Francis du Pont, Winterthur (pronounced “winter-tour”) is the premier museum of American decorative arts, reflecting both early America and the du Pont family’s life here. Its 60-acre naturalistic garden is among the country’s best, and its research library serves scholars from around the world
Admission: Adults, $10.00; seniors (65+), students with ID and children ages 6-12, $6.00 Free Sunday Mornings: From January 16 through November 20.
Hours: Daily 9:30am-4:30pm
Location: The Brandywine River Museum is located on the left side of US Route 1, just past the intersection with Creek Road (formerly known as Route 100).
This Civil War-era gristmill in a pristine wooded setting — near the home and studio of three generations of Wyeth artists — has been converted into a museum that embraces not only the art of the Brandywine School but also the setting that inspired it.
Admission: Adults – $12, Children – $8
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 6pm. Closed holidays
Location: Near Princeton at 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, New Jersey 08619
Grounds for Sculpture exhibits works by well-known and emerging contemporary sculptors in the museum buildings and landscaped sculpture park.