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Spanning three decades in the first half of the twentieth century, Frank Hague's tenure as mayor saw profound and lasting changes to Jersey City's physical landscape, political culture, transportation sector, and entertainment culture. As democratic norms were challenged, innovations in health care and education profoundly impacted the lives of  thousands. Come to the Museum of Jersey City History at the Apple Tree House this holiday season and immerse yourself in Frank Hague's Jersey City. Discover the legacy behind the Jersey City of today!

While we encourage you, if you can, to visit MJCH in person, additional materials will be available online once the exhibition opens.


Along with our exhibitions at The Apple Tree House, we'll be planning and designing pop-up events and exhibits in collaboration with community groups throughout and within Jersey City neighborhoods.

OPEN Tuesdays and every other Saturday and Sunday from 1-5 PM

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