On a cold NJ day my daughter and I were looking for something to do before visiting the nearby beer hall Pilsenerhaus. A Trip Advisor search found the museum and we noticed that the normally expensive parking was free for three hours.
As it turned out the museum was very interesting featuring a display on hurricane Sandy and it's effect on the area. There was also interesting art on display from a local artist as well as many books featuring old photos of the area. We learned that prior to WWI the area had a large German population and there was ships from Hoboken to Hamburg.
Well worth the visit and don't' forget to have the parking ticket validated!
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