The Morris County Historical Society (MCHS) is a member-supported 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that preserves and promotes the history of Morris County, New Jersey. MCHS is headquartered in Acorn Hall, 1853, which it operates as a historic house museum and is where Morris County-themed exhibits are displayed.
Explore American history with a focus on the life and stories of 18th- and 19th- century craftsmen and artisans. Drawing on its rich collection, METC is connecting the lives of people and their stories, providing a bridge from the past to the future. Our museum is housed in a stunning Richardsonian Romanesque Revival building listed on the State and National Historic Buildings Registries and was donated by local philanthropist D. Willis James to the people of Madison, NJ in 1900.METC offers exhibitions, educational programming, lectures, workshops and special events for visitors of all ages.
The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation offers a meaningful and engaging experience that recognizes the sacrifices, courage and valor of Vietnam veterans and that encourages and fosters a thorough understanding of the Vietnam Era including the political, historical, social, cultural and military aspects that affected the United States, and especially New Jersey.
The mission of the Montclair History Center is to preserve, educate, and share. We preserve our local history through our historical buildings, artifacts and documents. We educate the community on local history and its importance through programs, advocacy and exhibits. We share the stories and history of the various persons and groups that have and continue to shape Montclair.
The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion located in Cadwalader Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1900, is a model museum working to keep the arts, culture, and history of the community alive and relevant and, as a result, helps redefine the perception of the city of Trenton.
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, founded as Wheaton Village in 1968, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to engage artists and audiences in an evolving exploration of creativity. Celebrating its 50th anniversary throughout 2020, WheatonArts has earned regional, national and international recognition for its unique collections and programs.