The Underappreciated Museum That Shows You A Side Of New Jersey You’ve Never Seen Before

New Jersey is home to some pretty incredible museums – Sterling Hill Mining Museum, Newark Museum, New Jersey State Museum, Liberty Science Center, Battleship New Jersey, Montclair Art Museum, and the Morris Museum, for starters. But it’s not all about the big name museums, we have dozens of lesser-known gems – Liberty Hall Museum, the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts, the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey, and the Stickley Museum, to name a few. Why did I just list so many museums? Because I want you to look each of them up and plan a visit. I’m a bit of a museum maven and I enjoy sharing my favorites with you. Today, the focus is on the Heritage Glass Museum in Glassboro.

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The Heritage Glass Museum is free to visit and open on Saturdays from 11 am – 2 pm, Wednesdays from noon – 3 pm, and on the fourth Sunday of each month from 1 pm – 4 pm. You can find it at: 25 High Street in Glassboro. Call (856) 881-7468 to confirm their hours. To discover another magnificent museum in New Jersey, click here.