Soar through the skies in the Museum's spacious Planetarium, featuring precision projection of more than 6000 stars. The largest planetarium in New Jersey, it seats 140 visitors in specially-designed reclining seats that transport an audience to any astronomical destination. Now featuring state-of-the-art Full Dome Video, visitors will feel the sensation of zooming through the Solar System and beyond. This cutting-edge digital technology immerses audiences within images covering the entire 360 degree inner dome. The Planetarium offers something for everyone; with both traditional sky and laser programs, it is the only planetarium of its kind in New Jersey. Made possible by the New Jersey State Museum Foundation through the generous support of the Prudential Foundation.To visit New Jersey State Museum and get the most from your holiday in Trenton, create itinerary details personal to you using our Trenton online holiday builder.
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New Jersey State Museum reviews
I wasn't sure what to expect from NJ's state museum but was pleasantly surprised; free admission, free parking on weekends, comfortable building, informative exhibits & collections, and very helpful..... more
I wasn't sure what to expect from NJ's state museum but was pleasantly surprised; free admission, free parking on weekends, comfortable building, informative exhibits & collections, and very helpful..... more »
My 6 year old son is very interested in space, so we wanted to visit a planetarium. We were excited to see that the NJ State Museum had a planetarium. Our family visited on a Sunday afternoon...
My 6 year old son is very interested in space, so we wanted to visit a planetarium. We were excited to see that the NJ State Museum had a planetarium. Our family visited on a Sunday afternoon... more »
Incredible and wonderful experience of exhibitions. The New Jersey State Musrum is filled with a variety of local historical treasures, including toys, furniture, prints, paintings (including Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper John's and Andy Warhol!), ceramics, dinosaur artifacts, sculptures and much more in an awesome setting. Staff is exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable of their surroundings. Even loaded up on locally created glass and ceramic items in the gift shop. Great time. Thank you!
Calm setting, mask was optional, front guard was pleasant. 1 guard followed me and my 2 son's around as he looked at his phone but we ignored him. The museum was delightful. A staff member explained to one of my sons about turtel bones. There is an upstairs area for young children with animals that looked realistic. There was a group of children there doing activities in a private room. My sons enjoyed it and they want to go back to see the other levels.we went to the main entrance and second floor There are a bottom level and 3rd floor.
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