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Fleetwood Museum of Art & Photographica

614 Greenbrook Road
North Plainfield, NJ 07063
908-756-7810

   The Museum is housed in the Vermeule Community Center, an early 19th century mansion located on a beautiful eight-acre Green Acres tract.  The museum contains over 800 cameras, illustrating the 150 year evolution of camera design, and examples of many of the photographic processes which evolved during that period. The mission of the museum is to preserve and display these Learn More …

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Franklin Township Library

485 DeMott Lane
Somerset, NJ 08873
732-873-8700

   The Franklin Township Public Library is located in the municipal complex on Demott Lane, and is open to the public seven days a week, including four evenings.    Rediscover YOUR Franklin Township Public Library: Where Ideas and People Meet!

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Hamilton Street Gallery

6 Hamilton Street
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
732-748-2092

Hamilton Street Gallery is an exhibition space for contemporary visual art. The gallery welcomes both emerging and established artists residing in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. All media is considered and work that is new and experimental is encouraged. Six or seven group exhibits are offered annually, some of which are juried and curated by gallery staff, and others Learn More …

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Heather Mosher Photography

10 Division Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
908-823-4127

   Childhood is golden, but it is also fleeting. Preserving those golden moments is Heather’s promise to you. Encapsulating each client’s individuality is the focus of every session. Traditional poses and "say cheese" smiles will never be a part of your experience.    Heather’s work has recently been featured in the FAO Schwarz holiday catalog and website, PoshTots website, Southern Baby Learn More …

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Hendrick Fisher House

1960 Easton Avenue
Franklin Township, NJ 08875
732-356-0090

The Hendrick Fisher House, built c. 1688 for William Dockwra, is believed to be the oldest historic structure in Somerset County. The house was owned by Hendrick Fisher (originally Visscher), a Revolutionary firebrand and farmer whose resistance to the British during the six years the Revolution was fought in New Jersey, contributed to the patriots’ ultimate victory. In the early 20th Learn More …

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Montgomery Cinema

1325 Route 206
Belle Mead, NJ 08502
609-924-7444

This six-screen theater is in the Montgomery Shopping Center.

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