Welcome to the Bay Head Historical Society and Museum
The Bay Head Historical Society Museum is open to the public seasonally from May to October. This 1867 farm home with outstanding interior woodwork has been restored to its former glory. The museum is home to memorabilia and history of life in this part of the Jersey Shore. An exhibit of turn-of-the-century photographs of the area plus artifacts and heirlooms donated by local residents are on permanent display during the season. The front salon is a gallery for changing displays of local art and special area exhibits. The Victorian garden, the sea grass garden, and the lilac memorial garden are outstanding. Completing the complex is the Dale Cottage, which celebrates the maritime heritage of the area.
Sunday, June 12th from 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Gallery talk starts at 4:00pm
All Aboard! This exhibition is an insightful look at how the railroad impacted on the development of the northern Barnegat Bay barrier island. Model railroad, photographs, maps, videos and memorabilia will be on display. The show will be open regular season hours until Columbus day and the Saturday and Sunday until the end of the year. All welcome; donation is suggested for non-members.
Saturday, June 25 at 10:00am
A chronical of the catboat Silent Maid’s beloved Barnegat Bay, her people and her legacy. Free and open to the public. Books will be available.