A $20.00 refundable deposit is required. Museum passes now a 7 day loan period and are available to Madison card holders on a first come, first serve basis. The number of guests allowed free admission varies by museum.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Madison Public Library.
Morris County Historical Society’s recently completed $1.5 million Exterior Restoration of Acorn Hall illustrates our commitment to the preservation and promotion of Morris County’s rich history. The Society operates Acorn Hall as a historic house museum, produces exhibitions on local history, and provides public programming on Morris County history.
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the world’s preeminent scientific and cultural institutions. The Museum is renowned for its exhibitions and scientific collections, which serve as a field guide to the entire planet and present a panorama of the world’s cultures.
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) is a vital destination and resource for New York City children and their families, cultivating life-long learners from different boroughs and backgrounds. A steward of early childhood development, CMOM develops immersive exhibitions and programs designed to spark children’s imagination, curiosity, and intellect.
The Cooper Gristmill in Chester is one of the last of its kind in New Jersey, which has earned it a spot on the New Jersey State and National Registers of Historic Places. Costumed actors bring centuries of history to life by telling the fascinating story of the mill during tours and special events. The mill, with its water wheel, power shafts, gears and 2,000-pound millstone, is a living example of the state’s economic transition from agriculture to industry.
The fascinating 213-acre Fosterfields Living Historical Farm transports visitors back to the late 1800s, when it was Charles Foster’s gentleman’s farm. Costumed docents answer questions and do their farm chores the old-fashioned way, while teaching visitors about raising animals and growing vegetables. Explore the 1920s farmhouse and the Foster family’s 1854 Gothic revival-style mansion, The Willows (which was built by Paul Revere’s grandson).
This seven-acre National Historic Landmark has established its place in world history several times over. It was here in 1838, at the start of the Industrial Revolution, that Samuel F.B. Morse and Alfred Vail demonstrated a perfected electromagnetic telegraph to the public.
Imagine That!!!, A New Jersey Children’s Museum is one of the few local museums that specializes in pre-school age and young school children. For 20 years, Imagine That!!! has provided safe, educational fun for children at several locations throughout New Jersey. Now centralized in one large facility in Florham Park, NJ, we offer a wide variety of exhibits and activities for the whole family to enjoy.
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is dedicated to the exhibition and interpretation of history, science and service as related to its home aboard the aircraft carrier Intrepid, a National Historic Landmark. As you explore the Museum you will be able to examine original artifacts, view historic video footage and explore interactive exhibits.
Located in the heart of Morristown’s National Historic District, Macculloch Hall Historical Museum was built by George and Louisa Macculloch. The Maccullochs emigrated from London, England to New York City in 1806. In 1810, they purchased 26 acres and a one-story stone bank house from General John Doughty, a commander in George Washington’s Army during the Revolutionary War.
At The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1, we celebrate creativity, openness, tolerance, and generosity. We aim to be inclusive places—both onsite and online—where diverse cultural, artistic, social, and political positions are welcome.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Madison Public Library and also the Madison Rotary Club.
New-York Historical has moved forward into the 21st century, offering to visitors on-site and online a vast collection of art, objects, artifacts and documents and an ongoing collecting program that aims to facilitate a broad grasp of history’s enduring importance and its usefulness in finding explanations, causes, and insights.
The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization entrusted with oversight of the preservation, interpretation and daily operation of Craftsman Farms, the early 20th-century country estate of Gustav Stickley. The museum works in partnership with the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills, which owns the site and rescued the property from private development in 1989, putting it on a path to public use.