Latest News from the Museum

The Just for Fun Webpage has been updated with new puzzles.  Enjoy!

The Spring 2021 Newsletter has been sent to everyone on our Mailing List.  If you didn’t get a copy, you can view it here.  Enjoy !

Because of the recent surge in Covid cases and concern for the safety of the public and our staff,  the Stone Harbor Museum will be closing its doors to the public for the near future.  We will reopen as soon as we can safely do so.

Stay safe.

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Welcome to Stone Harbor Museum

Established in 1999

 

The Stone Harbor Museum is a visit to the past. Opened in 1999, a collection of archival material and displays bring the past into the present. Trained volunteer docents welcome and guide visitors through the museum.

 

Highlights include our award winning “Stone Harbor Stories,” oral histories that take visitors back into the 1930’s and a large collections of binders that contain hundreds of stories and thousands of photos. Featured also among the many displays are a Timeline that takes visitors back to when the purchase of a $100 bond included a free lot. Learn about our two railroads and mile long boardwalk and much more. For collectors looking to purchase them, we have the largest collection of beach tags on the island.

The Stone Harbor Museum presents a new series of brief videos called the Stone Harbor Museum Minute.

Watch our Museum Minute videos here

Stone Harbor Museum presents Tranquility Tuesdays – a series of calming videos.

Watch Tranquility Tuesday videos here

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    Address: 9410 2nd Ave, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247

    Phone: 609-368-7500

    Email: directorstoneharbormuseum@gmail.com

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