New Jersey’s Heartland is rich in culture and history for adults and kids of all ages. Through these South Jersey museums and New Jersey historical societies, you’ll discover a world of cultural artifacts and exhibits ranging from air and sea to art and glassblowing.
WheatonArts is a Cumberland County cultural treasure, serving as a crossroads for arts and culture in New Jersey’s Heartland with one of the largest collections of American glassmaking in the country.
Appel Farm Arts & Music Center
Appel Farm Arts & Music Center specializes in transforming lives though the arts bringing together diverse communities for the prestigious overnight summer arts camp, after-school arts programs, Girl Scout retreats, festivals, outreach in the schools and more!
Annie M. Carter Nature Center
A center for learning that’s dedicated to educating children and adults about the New Jersey Pinelands.
George Woodruff Museum
Discover New Jersey’s Native American heritage through more than 30,000 artifacts, some dating back more than 1,000 years.
Heritage Glass Museum
New Jersey’s rich glassmaking history is preserved through thousands of handmade pieces.
Historical Society of Penns Grove
This museum is dedicated to maintaining the history of Penns Grove and the surrounding region.
Harrison Township Historical Society
Explore 10,000 years of local history! “The Stone Age in Harrison Township” features the Society’s extensive Paleo-Indian collection and exhibits portraying the history of Harrison Township’s agricultural and culinary heritage.
Mauricetown Historical Society
Discover the unknown wonders of this very small town with a very big history through a variety of tours and exhibits.
Millville Army Air Field Museum
History buffs will take to the sky when touring this fabulous museum dedicated to preserving America’s military aviation history.
Nail Mill Museum
Once the home of the famous Cumberland Nail & Iron Company, the Nail Mill now features hundreds of artifacts from the region.
A beautiful historic village located on the Cohansey River in Cumberland County. The Main Street is lined up with dozens of Colonial and Victorian residences, churches, schools and landmarks.
Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts
Check out the monthly artist exhibits, as well as classes for all levels of aspiring artists, and so much more.
Salem County Historical Society Museum
The history of Salem’s rich farming community is told through the many artifacts and exhibits at the historical society museum.
Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center
Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center tells the story of life in the unique Seabrook community during the 1940s, World War II and 1950s post war era.
The Eagle Theatre
South Jersey’s only year-round professional Equity Theatres. The non-profit theatre, located in Hammonton produces live musicals and plays and has gained regional, statewide and national attention.
The Levoy Theatre of Millville is a non-profit organization and “a first-rate performing arts center” that serves and educates a wide audience in South Jersey. The theatre holds shows throughout the year and offers theatre classes for children.
The Landis Theatre of Vineland originally opened in 1937 and showcased many Vaudeville acts. The theatre closed its doors in 1987, but with the efforts of Vineland’s Redevelopment Plan, it has once again opened its doors. Its hosts 750 patrons and hosts a variety of professional entertainment and theatre productions.
Music at Bunker Hill
Music at Bunker Hill brings great performers to the heart of southern New Jersey, enhancing the cultural life of the community by preserving the tradition of classical music while exploring other musical genres. With outreach concerts in public schools, Bunker Hill’s artists inspire the next generation with their passion for the arts and standards of excellence.
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