The Secaucus Town Museum, which opened July 12, 2018, is truly a look back in time.  It showcases the various aspects of the history of Secaucus from 1890 to the present through photographs, books, newspapers and many artifacts.  There is furniture, clothing, machines, toys, desks and more memorabilia, generously donated by past and present residents.  Visitors are surprised to learn about the orchid farms, the insane asylum, the jail and the resident who ran for President of the United States...more than once.

The museum has also expanded its' exhibits to feature additional antiquities from other nearby towns in New Jersey.

The "winter" season hours are Saturdays from 11am to 3pm and Wednesdays from 11am to 1pm.  Located at 150 Plaza Center, admission is always free!  We encourage organizations and schools to call 551-257-7205 for private appointments.  Additional donations of memorabilia is most welcome.


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