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African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey

This museum evolved from the personal collection of its founder Ralph Hunter. Today, it encompasses thousands of artifacts & drawings, paintings, advertisements, household items & other objects that offer glimpses into African American culture, past and present. See slave posters, read stories about Aunt Jemima & check out an original copy of the 1899 children’s book Little Black Sambo, Hunter’s first museum acquisition. Open Tuesday-Sunday.

661 Jackson Rd., Newtonville, NJ 8346 United States
NJ - Outlying Areas
609-704-5495
Primary Category: History Museums & Sites
Category: History Museums & Sites
For SpecialKids:
Free Admission?: Free
Ages: All Ages/Families, Elementary School Age, Middle School & Teens, Parents
Grades for Field Trips: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

This museum evolved from the personal collection of its founder Ralph Hunter. Today, it encompasses thousands of artifacts & drawings, paintings, advertisements, household items & other objects that offer glimpses into African American culture, past and present. See slave posters, read stories about Aunt Jemima & check out an original copy of the 1899 children’s book Little Black Sambo, Hunter’s first museum acquisition. Open Tuesday-Sunday.