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The Newark Museum, New Jersey's largest museum, invites you to enjoy unforgettable experiences in the arts and natural sciences. Take an inspirational journey through 80 galleries of world-class collections, travel to the stars in our popular...more
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As an educator, I have been here close to 35 times! Love it each and every time! This time around, the craft was unbelievable- best yet! Planetarium is a great addition as well! Tour guides are very informative and the pieces vary greatly! The Ballentine...More
Excellent museum with a good variety of exhibits covering a wide appeal for all age ranges and interests. The staff was also outstanding. Every staff member seemed to make genuine attempts at asking if you had seen everything or missed a particular exhibit. The Ballantine...More
I grew up close to Newark, had family in Newark and went to college in Newark. Had never visited the Museum in my 60++ years.
We had some time between Hotel checkout and flight, so decided to visit the museum.
It was a wonderful experience...More
The Newark Museum is always doing something innovative.
This evening I visited the museum for the opening of the 'Wendy Red Star' exhibition and they had a very nice Members Cocktail Party and opening of the exhibit. They really did a nice job. We even...More
I grew up with the Newark Museum in my backyard and although moving (not far away) I still try to get there as often as I can - renewed my affair when facilitating youth groups (once saw Whitney backing up her Mom Cissy during Black...More
A beautiful architectural structure. Houses an incredible variety of art, sculptures, tapestries and artifacts. Noted and celebrated as having one of the most definitive Tibetan collections ever. The Dali Lama once visited years ago. The planetarium is also housed under this roof and educational series...More
Once again it has been many years since he have been there. What a lovely museum. Such beautiful art work, statues, paintings from all different countries. Do not know today's works because it was years ago when I was there. But I can assure you...More
The Ballantine House/Newark Museum - Was able to go to a few free places in the Newark Museum, and paid $15.00 for Adult Ticket and $8.00 Senior Ticket for the Ballantine House Self Tour. Parked directly outside of museum, for free. Nice area.
Yes, what a hidden gem hidden beside Rutger's campus in the heart of Newark! I took my moms to see the "Kimono Reimagined" exhibition and was wowed there first and found SO MUCH MORE, like their planetarium and the Ballantine House that is attached and...More
This review addresses only the Ballantine House, which is part of the Newark Museum.
We visited the Ballantine House since it was a local attraction I have not seen in all my years living in Essex County. We chose a time when we knew it...More
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There is a paid parking lot, a few doors down from the museum and the Ballantine House, that is specifically for patrons of the Newark Museum. Not sure how much it was...somewhere between $5-10. Gives you 3hrs or something... More
There is a paid parking lot, a few doors down from the museum and the Ballantine House, that is specifically for patrons of the Newark Museum. Not sure how much it was...somewhere between $5-10. Gives you 3hrs or something like that. Sorry my visit was some time ago. Things may have changed.