Where history, art, and music thrive...
The Hunterdon Art Museum
The Hunterdon Art Museum, a center for contemporary art, craft, and design, exhibits new and innovative artwork within a nineteenth century stone mill that is on the National Historic Register. We exhibit art by internationally recognized and emerging artists in approximately fifteen exhibitions annually. Children and adults enjoy the Museum's more than 300 art classes and workshops as well as summer art camp. Our Toshiko Takaezu Terrace with sculptures by Tom Otterness and Takaezu is a gathering spot for visitors and the community. At the Hunterdon Art Museum we provide opportunities to see and make art with the goal of creating dialogue, generating ideas, and sparking creativity. The Museum is fully accessible.
The Red Mill Museum Village
From exhibits in our iconic Red Mill to special programs on our 10-acre site, there is something for every visitor at the Red Mill Museum Village. Through its 12 buildings, its exhibitions—both permanent and rotating—of its collection of 40,000 artifacts, and its ongoing educational/outreach programs, the Red Mill Museum Village seeks to preserve, maintain, and present to the public the social, agricultural, and industrial heritage of Hunterdon County and its surrounding area.