Our mission is to enhance the understanding and appreciation of America's past
by presenting and interpreting the history, culture and lives of ordinary people
through educational programs, through preservation and stewardship of our collection,
and through exhibition and demonstration of the trades and crafts practiced
in New Jersey from its earliest settlement.

Contact Us

 

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 Phone  (973) 377-2982 The Museum is located at 9 Main Street (NJ Route 124 at Green Village Road) in the heart of Madison, NJ, about 28 miles west of New York City. We are easily reached from exit 35 of Interstate 287, or exit 7 of New Jersey Route 24. Written Directions and Map

Two blocks west of the Madison train station on the New Jersey Transit Morris and Essex Line.
 FAX     (973) 377-7358
 E-mail  info@metc.org

Museum Hours

 

Admission

Monday Closed Adults

$5.00

Tues - Sat 10 AM to 4 PM Children (6 and over), Students, Seniors (62 and over) $3.00
Sunday 1 PM to 5 PM   Members, Children (5 and under)

Free


Maximum charge for a single family is $13

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Due to Ongoing Renovation, our building will be closed to the public through December.
You may contact our Staff via email or telephone as usual.

We are rescheduling educational and public programs to the extent possible.
Details will be posted here, through our email lists, and on Facebook.


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Current Exhibit

New Exhibit Opens February 25, 2014  Closes June 30, 2015
The American Revolution in New Jersey:
Where the Battlefront Meets the Homefront
revflag.gifNew Jersey spent much of the American Revolution as a theater of war.  This exhibitcanteen.gif explores the rarely told story of New Jersey’s farmers, women and tradesmen and their actions during the war.  Topics discussed include the local civil wars that erupted between  revolutionaries and loyalists, the multiple roles that women took on as their men went off to war, and how civilian life was affected by the regular presence of troops.
More information  HERE

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Updated 27 Nov 2014