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Heather A.
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Report | a month ago
Nice for a rainy day
Jane D.
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Report | a month ago
Go on a Sunday morning; hardly no crowds so you'll enjoy the museum better.
Alicja L.
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Report | a month ago
Nice place.
Karen H.
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Report | a month ago
It's small but the movie was good.
rick r.
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Report | 2 months ago
Great experience
Martha J.
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Report | 2 months ago
Bring food. The best part is the planetarium
Randy J.
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Report | 2 months ago
There's parking behind the museum. Apparently street parking is free on weekends. No one gets ticketed said the desk man
Ross T.
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Report | 2 months ago
Don't bring children under the age of 3. The lights and sounds scare them. Other than that and the parents eventually taking their kid out, it was a good show.
chris Z.
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Report | 2 months ago
nice for children
tamyra h.
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Report | 2 months ago
The staff is so friendly and knowledgeable. My family had a good time and the planetarium show was awesome
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The New Jersey State Museum & Planetarium grants residents and visitors a lifelong education in science, history, and the arts through its collections, exhibitions, programs, publications, and scholarship. Founded in 1895 and accredited by the American Association of Museums, the complex holds more than 2.6 million artifacts, specimens, and works of art in its collections. These pieces pique viewer curiosity in themed exhibits, exploring art periods, relationships between Native Americans and European settlers, natural history, and other topics.

The Archaeology & Ethnography Collection highlights textiles, beads, and hide works from Delaware Indians and other North American?natives. The Fine Art Collection assembles works by American modernists and abstract artists. Massive Trenton-made furnishings, Civil War?flags, and maritime artifacts are among the fascinating objects in the Cultural History exhibits, and the Natural History Collection houses prehistoric fossils?many from New Jersey?and insect, animal, and geological specimens. The museum is also home to the 150-seat Planetarium, which dazzles eyes with images of the solar system, faraway stars, and astronaut training during shows. Audiences witness traditional sky projections and laser-created programs comprised of 6,000 stars on the ceiling of the full 360-degree dome.

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