Mercer County Museum

Find Mercer County New Jersey museums, such as art museums and galleries, childrens museums, natural history museums, science centers and discovery museums. Museums provide exhibits related to modern and fine arts, history, science and nature, dinosaurs, engineering and more.

Art Museum Elm Drive Princeton NJ 08540 609-258-3788

Civil War And Native American Museum 2202 Kuser Road Hamilton NJ 08690 609-585-8900

College Art Gallery 2000 Pennington Road Ewing NJ 08618 609-771-2198

Ellarslie Trenton City Museum 319 East State Street Trenton NJ 08608 609-989-3632

Friends of NJ State Museum 205 West State Street Trenton NJ 08608 609-394-5310

Invention Factory Science Center 675 South Clinton Avenue Trenton NJ 08611 609-396-2002

Kids Bridge Childrens Museum 281 Clarendon Avenue Hamilton NJ 08620 609-581-0239

Morven Museum & Garden 55 Stockton Street Princeton NJ 08540 609-924-8144

National Guard Militia Museum 151 Eggert Crossing Road Lawrence NJ 08648 609-530-6802

New Jersey State Museum 315 West State Street Trenton NJ 08618 609-984-1900

New Jersey State Police Museum 1040 Upper River Road Ewing NJ 08628 609-882-2000

Old Barracks Museum 101 Barrack Street Trenton NJ 08608 609-396-1776

Shalom Heratige Center 659 Abbington Drive East Windsor NJ 08520 609-443-7170

The Euphemia Gallery 200 North Main Street Hightstown NJ 08520 609-443-8300

Trenton City Museum Parkside Avenue Trenton NJ 08618 609-989-3632

Trenton Museum Society Parkside Avenue Trenton NJ 08618 609-989-1191

About Museums

Who owns Museums?

Many Museums are owned and operated by private non-profit organizations established specifically for the purpose of running the Museum. Some cities and other local governments own Museums. Universities and colleges frequently own and operate Museums, which are often related to some area of research important to the institution. Museums may also be owned by businesses, foundations, and other private entities.

How are Museums funded?

Museums rely on four main categories of funding: government grants, private donations, earned revenue, and investment income. Earned revenue comes from programs, retail sales, and rentals. A relatively small portion comes from admission fees, as some Museums are free and many try to keep admission fees low to make Museum collections accessible to the public.

How many Museums are there in the U.S.?

Including Museums of all specialty and discipline types, there are estimated to be more than 35,000 Museums in the United States.