Planning a Trip? Ask Your Question
Founded in 1909, The Newark Museum of Art celebrates the coming together of art from different diversities in New Jersey. This museum is popular for student programmes and training sessions for art lovers. Expanding its horizons beyond art, this museum ventures into the bounty of natural resources. Its scientific exhibits like Victoria Hall of science, Alice and Leonard Dreyfuss Planetarium are simply worth seeing. Keeping pace with the pandemic times #NMOAatHome is a virtual programme that revolves around art, science and culture that the museum supports. This kind of initiative allows one to take an online guided tour into the museum through social media platforms. Under this programme, they also have a segment called ‘ask the astronomer’ that is organised by the planetarium on popular demand.
Address : 49 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102-3176
Admission prices :
Planetarium admission charges :
Must see : The Tibetan art gallery
Membership : Available with host of benefits
Parking : Paid
Trained service animals : Allowed.
Restrooms : Available
Additional aid : Assistive listening devices available.
Interpreters : Sign language interpreter available. To be booked two weeks in advance.
Safety guidelines : Followed
$ 277 onwards
$ 154 onwards