The NJ State Museum and Planetarium will be closed on Friday, April 18 and Sunday, April 20.
The State Museum and Planetarium will be open during regular hours Saturday, April 19.
Fun hands-on family activities, free admission and parking! Now open- Meet real scientists at the Museum’s new Innovation Lab and Learning Center! See Hadrosaurus foulkii- New Jersey’s very own State dinosaur.
Hadrosaurus Foulkii Returns to New Jersey!
Drawn to Dinosaurs: Hadrosaurus Foulkii
As the world’s first nearly complete dinosaur skeleton, its discovery in Haddonfield, NJ caught the world by storm – it revolutionized the science and helped propel southern New Jersey to the “center” of the paleontological world.
Aljira at 30: Dream and Reality
The exhibition will examine the important role that Aljira has played, and continues to play, in the contemporary arts in the state and region.
Artists of Roosevelt
The exhibition will explore the development of Roosevelt as an art community and allow visitors to discover the impact these important artists had, and continue to have, on American art.
Soar into Space in the Planetarium!
The Horsehead Nebula is a magnificent interstellar dust cloud about 1,500 light-years away. It can be found near the belt in the constellation Orion the Hunter. The gorgeous color image combines both narrowband and broadband images recorded using three different telescopes. Learn about this and other constellations in our upcoming sky shows. Photo courtesy of NASA.
The Planetarium offers something for everyone; with both traditional sky and laser programs, it is the only planetarium of its kind in New Jersey. Made possible by the generous support of the Prudential Foundation.
Planetarium Showtimes: Current Weekend Schedule