351 Franklin Street
East Windsor, NJ 08520
Phone: (609) 448-7399
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Arts & Museums
One of the best museums in the country boasting over 72,000 artifacts, the Princeton University Art Museum enjoys its location on the grassy campus of the Princeton University. The collections are stunning and cover ancient Islamic Art, Asian Art, lithographs, prints, photographs, pottery, sculpture, African and European Art from across several centuries. Admission is always free.
This museum features an extensive and varied collection of art, including over sixty thousand works from diverse cultures and times that include ancient to contemporary works from Europe, the Mediterranean, Latin America, China, the United States, and more.
This museum features a wide array of artifacts and exhibits having to do with an extensive variety of interest areas in the realm of natural history, including collections of dinosaur bones and eggs.
This art center features art exhibitions, classes for adults and children, workshops, performances, studio space, and more.
This museum traces the history of the bicycle, and includes a great collection of antique bicycles dating back to the Nineteenth Century, as well as exhibits that represent the development and history of bicycles.
Boehm is a world-renowned porcelain manufacturer, and offers tours of a four-room gallery that is filled with exquisite porcelain artworks.
This international community of artists states its mission as thinking globally and acting locally, and promotes thinking and the questioning of reality and the status quo on the part of the public through its sponsorship of art exhibits, programs, events, and conceptual happenings.
Artworks is an art school with a gallery that offers changing exhibits of contemporary art, and is equipped with an experienced and knowledgeable staff.
Originally constructed in 1758, this newly renovated structure now serves as a living history museum that features gallery exhibits, tours and summer camps. It is available for group rentals.
This gallery features exhibits and sales of fine art pieces.
Located in a one-hundred-fifty-year-old schoolhouse, this museum displays artifacts of Jackson's past, including artifacts having to do with historic grist mills and cranberry bogs, and features a rotating art exhibit; the museum is open by appointment only.
Cybis is the oldest Porcelain arts studio in America, and produces porcelain items of insurmountable beauty that are a collector's dream; each piece is individually handmade and painted, with no pieces ever being made exactly the same.