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This indoor/outdoor market has been around for 75 years and offers a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables direct from the farms of the Garden State. The market also offers...
This historical museum housed in the 1893 Lambert Castle, displays collections of 18th to 19th century decorative art work from Passaic County and New Jersey, furniture,...
Clifton Jewish Center conveniently located by Route 46 East, Route 3 and the Garden State Parkway presents an Indoor Arts and Crafts Show on Sunday Aprill 22, 2012 featuring...
This college museum located in an inner city displays contemporary, 19th and early 20th century fine art, paintings, and sculpture.
Housed in the 1871 Thomas Rogers building displays collections of mineralogy, New Jersey Indian artifacts, zoological specimens, Colt Paterson revolver collection, 1837-1841,...
This open-air market features a variety of farm fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade items, plants and more. The market is held in the Municipal parking lot no. 8, on Friday...
This museum houses exhibits representing the history of Paterson.
This historic house museum c1815 displays period furnishings of the 19th century and local history for visitors to see.
The museum is housed in the 1908 Botto House, designated a national landmark commemorating the history and contemporary issues of working people. The museum displays collections...
This sports museums' primary focus is on New York Yankees baseball history and the career of Yogi Berra. The museum has a 150-seat theater for viewing special programs throughout...
Collections of sculpture, drawings, photographs, fine art, paintings, posters, and prints are all exhibited at the university gallery.
This university art gallery displays 19th century landscape paintings, sculptures- 1950-present African and Oceanic, books and outdoor sculptures.
This open-air market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade items, plants and more. The market is held in the train station parking lot on Walnut Street on Saturday...
This historic house museum was headquarters of the Continental Army during July-November, 1780. The museum displays period furniture, early American artifacts and gardens.