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Museums & Galleries

Updated October 2, 2023

*Free Museum Passes are available on the Warren County Library website. Just click on the tab on top marked Adult, then scroll down to Museum Passes. To print out a pass you must be 18 years old and have a valid library pass. To date, the library is offering the following museum tickets: Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Guggenheim Museum, Historic Village at Allaire, Independence Seaport Museum, Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, Morvan Museum and Garden, Newark Museum of Art, Shofuso Japanese House and Garden.*

Franklin Mineral Museum
32 Evans Street
Franklin, NJ 07416

Frazetta Art Museum
141 Museum Lane
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301

Friar Mountain Model Railroad Museum
240 Demarest Road
Sparta, NJ 07871

Gamart Art Gallery
109-111 N. 8th Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

Hope Historical Society and Museum
323 High Street
Hope, NJ 07844

Phillipsburg Railroad Historians
10 Pine Alley
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

Romano Gallery at Blair Academy
2 Park Street
Blairstown NJ 07825

Rutherfurd Hall Museum
1686 Country Road 517
Hackettstown, NJ 07840

Schisler Museum and McMunn Planetarium
Hoffner Sci-Tech Center at East Stroudsburg University
Normal Street and Ransberry Ave.
East Stroudsburg PA, 18301

Sterling Hill Mining Museum
30 Plant Street
Ogdensburg, NJ 07439

The Museum at Morris Canal Bread Lock Park
2627 Route 57
Stewartsville, NJ 08886

The Pocono Indian Museum
GPS Address: 5425 Milford Road
East Stroudsburg, PA 18302

United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey, Inc. (UACNJ) at Jenny Jump State Forest
330 State Park Road
Hope NJ, 07844

Yelens Choban
MB Journe, Contributing Writer
Contributing Writer

MB has been a resident of Frelinghuysen for the past 22 years. She lives in an old farmhouse on the side of the road. She enjoys the simple life, puttering in her flower garden, practicing Qi Gong under her redbud tree, or creating art on the deck.
MB's experience as a journalist began when her son was quite young, she began writing for The Paulinskill Valley Chronicle, often bringing him to work with her. Her responsibilities were writing articles with photos, selling ads, and billing. This suited her, as a single mother not wanting to be separated from her small child.

She considers herself a lover of nature, often seen photographing its beauty. She has worked as a seasonal employee of YMCA Camp Mason for the past 17 years. She is a teacher and mentor of children, always emphasizing the YMCA’s core values - caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. She tries to listen carefully to each individual she interviews, getting their viewpoint. That is why she likes to write about the interesting people and places that make Warren County such a nice place to live.