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Museum of Jersey City History is committed to making our programs accessible and affordable to everyone. We will do everything in our power to accommodate your requests. Please contact us via email at if there is any accommodation we can provide that would make your experience with Museum of Jersey City History more comfortable.



There is a parking lot at the Apple Tree House. It is open when the museum is open for the public. There are two designated People First parking spaces.


While ticketing for events is general admission, we are happy to reserve seats for patrons with limited mobility, hearing loss, vision loss, and/or any other medical condition(s) that may necessitate specific seating requests.


The Apple Tree House has a wheelchair ramp through the Parking Lot entrance. Should you or your guests need additional help when visiting the museum, please contact us at prior to your visit so that we may address your needs.



Complaints concerning discrimination on the basis of disability by Museum of Jersey City History may be sent to A volunteer will contact the complainant within 15 calendar days after receipt of the complaint to discuss the complaint and possible resolutions. Within 10 calendar days after the meeting, one of our volunteers will respond in writing, and, where appropriate, in a format accessible to the complainant, with a final resolution of the complaint. All written complaints received will be retained by Museum of Jersey City History for at least three years.



In our programs, we strive to bring people together for a communal experience. Each presenter and visitor bring their own unique background to that experience and the experience is fullest when the backgrounds are the most diverse and unique.  We believe we will create the best possible experience when we have the most diversity of thought, background, and experience represented through and through.

Therefore, we commit to:


  • ·Welcoming diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion throughout the organization and within our audience and the community at large

  • Pursuing programs of education and other activities that encourage inclusion and engage and give back to all people of the local community and providing opportunities for our presenters and teachers to learn practices for reaching guests of all abilities, whenever possible

  • Being a resource for learning and accountability to the local community, and beyond

  • Prioritizing the creation of an institutional equity and anti-racism statement and resources on our website, and using our social media platforms to actively engage in anti-racist and LGBTQIA+ communications

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

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