Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

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Facility:Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Art Museum
Description:The Education Department of the Zimmerli Art Museum conceives and implements programs in arts education, art history, literature, dance and music for visitors of all ages, from pre-school to senior citizens. These programs, such as lectures, studio classes, tours and concerts, are designed to empower the general public with knowledge that will make the museum's exhibitions and permanent collections more accessible and rewarding. In addition to its in-house public programs, the Education Department offers outreach presentations to schools, assisted living facilities, and other institutions throughout the state. The Education Department is committed to serving the Rutgers academic community, the local constituency of New Brunswick, and communities throughout the State of New Jersey.
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Address 1:71 Hamilton St.
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City:New Brunswick
State/Province:NJ
Zip Code:08901-1248
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Hours:Museum Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 10:00am-4:30pm
Weekends: Noon-5:00pm
Closed: Mondays; all year, Tuesdays in July. Closed month of August.
Holidays: Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Thursday & Friday, December 25, January 1
Admission:Admission: $3.00 per person for adults who are not members of the museum. Entrance to the museum is free at all times for members, all children under 18, and Rutgers University students, faculty, and staff with a valid I.D. In addition, the first Sunday of each month will be free to all.

Parking: Monday - Friday: Limited parking available by Kirkpatrick Chapel (entrance at George and Somerset St.) Metered parking on street.
Saturday - Sunday: Free parking on street and in lots marked with P.
Telephone:(732) 932-7237
Website:Visit Website
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