Museums in Vineland


Admission to the Delaware Art Museum (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Delaware Art Museum

Wilmington

Museum houses over 12,000 pieces of Pre-Raphaelite art, American art, and illustration, along with rotating special exhibitions

$24 $12

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Two or Four Adult Tickets to The American Swedish Historical Museum (50% Off)

The American Swedish Historical Museum

South Philadelphia/FDR Park

Museum shares Swedish culture in America, from the age of the Vikings to the present

$16 $8

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General Admission and Carousel Ride for Two or Four at Please Touch Museum (Up to 40% Off)

Please Touch Museum

Please Touch Museum

Kids learn by doing at a 156,000-sq.-ft. museum complete with a massive toy collection, 1908 carousel, and Playhouse Theatre

$40 $24

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Guided Tour of Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion for Two or Four (Up to 46% Off)

Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion

Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion

Guides lead groups through 17-room restored Victorian mansion

$14 $8

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Museum Outing for Two or Four to National Constitution Center (Up to 55% Off)

National Constitution Center

National Constitution Center

100+ permanent & temporary exhibits captivate visitors with interactive presentations & displays about our nation’s history & founders

$29 $16

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Philadelphia History Museum Visit for Two or Four Adults (Up to 45% Off)

Philadelphia History Museum

Philadelphia History Museum

Opened in 1941, the museum showcases more than 100,000 artifacts, including George Washington’s writing desk and Joe Frazier’s boxing gloves

$20 $11

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Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) (Up to 51% Off)

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Avenue of the Arts North

Two buildings showcase artwork from throughout America’s history, including a famous portrait of George Washington

$30 $16

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Mansion Entry for Two Adults or Two Adults and Three Kids at Underground Railroad Museum (Up to 41% Off)

American Womens Heritage Society

American Womens Heritage Society

Explore the historic Belmont Mansion, which was built in 1742 and now serves as a home for the Underground Railroad Museum

$14 $8.50

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Visit for Two or Four to African American Museum in Philadelphia (50% Off)

African American Museum in Philadelphia

Center City East

Museum dedicated to the preservation of African American heritage through exhibits, cultural programs, and historical artifacts

$56 $28

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Admission for Two or Four Adults to National Liberty Museum (Up to 43% Off)

National Liberty Museum

Center City East

Museum celebrates American freedom with a collection of glass artworks, paintings, and sculptures

$14 $8.50

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Living-History Experience for Two or Four or a Family Membership at Tuckerton Seaport (50% Off)

Tuckerton Seaport

Scojo's Tuckerton Seaport

Attraction with people, exhibits, and activities that bring the area’s maritime heritage to life; 40 acres with a boardwalk and nature trail

$16 $8

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One-Year Individual, Family, or Patron Membership to Christian C. Sanderson Museum (Up to 51% Off)

Christian C. Sanderson Museum

Chadds Ford

Learn about the late 19th century and early 20th century through the eyes of historian, musician, and teacher Christian Carmack Sanderson

$20 $10

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Guided Tour for Two or Four at Glencairn Museum (Up to 42% Off)

Glencairn Museum

Bryn Athyn

Medieval-style castle houses religious art dating from ancient Egypt to the 20th century

$20 $13

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Admission for Four or Family Membership at Roebling Museum (Up to 60% Off)

Roebling Museum

Roebling Museum

Marvel at preserved industrial artifacts such as photographs, wire ropes, and machine parts, as well as everyday life in the company town

$30 $12

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Guided Tour Two, Four, or Six or Children's Tour for Two at The Wharton Esherick Museum (Up to 26% Off)

The Wharton Esherick Museum

Wharton Esherick Museum

Famed works of craftsmen Wharton Esherick housed in his home-studio-turned museum

$24 $18

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Admission for Two or Four or Individual or Family Membership at Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles (Up to 38% Off )

Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles

Boyertown

Wander about the museum, taking in classic cars from the past and seeing how cars evolved from the earliest versions

$12 $7.50

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Admission for Two or Four or One-Year Couple or Family Membership to Morven Museum & Garden ( 67% Off)

Morven Museum & Garden

Morven Museum & Garden

Guests explore fine & decorative art in museum and multiple gardens; members get invites to events and discounts on shop purchases

$12 $5

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Visit for Two or Four (Up to 50% Off)

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Chesapeake Folk Festival

Watch shipwrights building real boats, learn about life around the Chesapeake Bay, and explore 12 buildings, including an 1879 lighthouse

$30 $18

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  • Mid-Atlantic Center For The Arts (Mac)
    The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) currently preserves and oversees acres of land containing Cape May's most notable Victorian-era landmarks, relying on a staff of 160 and nearly twice as many volunteers. At its inception, though, MAC existed purely as a volunteer effort. Passionate people came together with a simple mission: preserve area history. The founding members first joined forces to rescue the Emlen Physick Estate mansion?built in 1879?from demolition. Successfully fending off the bulldozers, they went so far as to restore it through volunteer man-hours alone. Having preserved the mansion, the MAC crew decided to transform their volunteer-only organization into a staffed outfit. The new, full-time staff members did more than just run the mansion site; they set their sights, quite literally, higher. They restored the 1859 Cape May Lighthouse, a towering landmark that had been closed to the public for almost 50 years. They also undertook the restoration, repair, and oversight of Fire Control Tower No. 23, the last uncompromised lookout tower erected during World War II. They now oversee all sites, maintaining over 100 of years of history, which is presented through tours, events, and chats with talkative ghosts.
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    1048 Washington St
    Cape May, NJ US
  • Camden Childrens Garden
    Imaginative play and exploration blossom in the natural world of Camden Children's Garden, where families encounter enchanting themed gardens and rides. Inside the four-acre horticultural playground, visitors walk among an imagined version of Ben Franklin's workshop and spot monarchs and black swallows inside the tropical environment of the butterfly house. Outside, an apatosaurus looms over the dinosaur garden, watching as mini archeologists uncover dino bones and the broken lamp he hid from his mother 80 million years ago. Children stretch their imaginations as they live like their favorite fictional characters in the storybook garden and hunt for faeries in the Irish garden. Grownups can take a break while kids perch on rides such as a biologically diverse carousel that takes little ones up 30 feet and back down. The Arrow River train takes up to 38 children, 22 adults, and one confused buffalo on a 600-foot journey through miniature landscapes and attractions such as the historic Camden Caboose.
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    3 Riverside Dr.
    Camden, NJ US
  • Garden State Discovery Museum
    It's a child's paradise in the Garden State Discovery Museum, where pint-size patrons can climb up rock walls, cavort with wildlife, and imagine themselves as vets, doctors, and news anchors in hands-on exhibits. Red-eared turtles lounge in the wildlife area, inviting kids to gaze upon their slimy shells, and science displays teach guests about gravity, lava, and light.
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    2040 Springdale Road
    Cherry Hill, NJ US
  • Delaware Art Museum
    Howard Pyle's unexpected death in 1912 brought a group of artists, entrepreneurs, and businessmen together to grieve their friend. They couldn't let the artist's passion for teaching and illustration disappear as quickly as he had; so, they decided to form the Wilmington Society of Fine Arts with the sole purpose of preserving his legacy. They gathered funds from locals who felt just as strongly as they did?family members, friends, students, fans?and purchased approximately 100 pieces of his artwork. Little did they know that, with these 100 pieces, they were starting something greater than a memorial for a good friend. The Wilmington Society of Fine Arts would, over time, add more and more artwork to its collection, growing into an 80,000-square-foot space and out of its original name. The Delaware Art Museum, as its called today, now counts more than 12,000 works of art as part of its collection. Permanent features showcase British pre-Raphaelites, the urban landscapes of John Sloan, modern American art, and, of course, Howard Pyle. The masterpieces don't stop when visitors venture outside?the Copeland Sculpture Garden adorns its lush natural scenery with nine works from the museum's permanent collection, along with a massive outdoor labyrinth.
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    2301 Kentmere Parkway
    Wilmington, DE US
  • Greenbank Mill
    The area’s only living history museum with a focus on the New Republic Era from 1790 to 1830, Greenbank Mills and Philips Farm pulls the wool away from visitors’ eyes to reveal the development of grain and textile milling in America. Two breeds of sheep, leicester longwools and delane merinos, call Greenbank home, and visitors can follow sheepish locks from shearing through dyeing, as textile transmogrifiers spin them into gossamer strands destined for warm winter shawls and giant webs designed to ensnare skateboarders. Or guests can delve into Greenbank's 300-year history as a working mill by grinding grain by hand into floury heaps of summer snow.
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    500 Greenbank Rd
    Wilmington, DE US
  • Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
    The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) celebrates art from America's entire history. Its galleries take visitors on a chronological trip through the country's ever-changing aesthetic landscape, with special attention paid to sculptures, paintings, and paper works. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts also trains the next generation of artists, with full-time degree programs at the bachelor and masters levels. Size: two buildings?The Historic Landmark Building and the contemporary Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building Eye Catcher: Gilbert Stuart?s 1796 painting George Washington (The Lansdowne Portrait) Permanent Mainstay: Gallery 128, which showcases a rotating collection of works from current students, alumni, and faculty Visiting Exhibit: Spiritual Strivings: A Celebration of African American Works on Paper, which encompasses more than 90 works (through October 12, 2014) Don't Miss: Highway?George Tooker's 1953 painting depicting the challenges of living in New York City Pro Tip: artists can bring a sketchbook (pencil only) into the the Historic Landmark Building, provided it doesn't exceed 12? x 16? or erupt with trumpet fanfares when opened Special Programs: art-history lectures, evening gallery events, and continuing-education programs in drawing, painting, sculpture, and other mediums
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    118 N Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA US
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