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National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey

Camp Dr and Sea Girt Ave, Sea Girt, NJ 08750
+1 732-974-5900
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Military buffs,veterans, and historians will enjoy this hidden gem

Having mostly recovered from the ravages of Superstorm Sandy, this museum traces the military... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Jeffrey M
Great Museum!

I visited this facility with my Vetern's group and my 8 year old grandson. The Museum is wonderful... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
crusak8699
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Somerset, New Jersey
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Camp Dr and Sea Girt Ave, Sea Girt, NJ 08750
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+1 732-974-5900
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Having mostly recovered from the ravages of Superstorm Sandy, this museum traces the military history of the US through the lens of tech New Jersey National Guard. There are displays of uniforms ten and now as well as an assortment of weaponry. There are many...More

Thank Jeffrey M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I visited this facility with my Vetern's group and my 8 year old grandson. The Museum is wonderful and everyone was so helpful and informative.

Thank crusak8699
Reviewed 8 November 2015

It is a small but interesting museum with some nice exhibits, pictures, uniforms, guns and newspaper articles from the civil war to current times. Also, on the property are some military equipment such as airplanes and tanks. It would be nice if you could go...More

Thank 622eagle
Reviewed 13 August 2015

Didn't expect this gem of a museum to be in a place like this. If you are passing through the area and have an extra 1-2 hours don't hesitate to check this museum out. It has excellent displays of uniforms - pictures - weapons and...More

1  Thank emtdpw
Reviewed 30 June 2015

I was stationed at Sea Girt 12 years ago. The museum had some real interesting displays. I even donated some equipment and paperwork to them.

Thank GIJoeE6
Reviewed 22 July 2014

Museum focuses mainly on the New Jersey National Guard, highlights include some neat exhibits on a local shipwreck and a Civil War era submarine. Great museum, lots of cool stuff to explore. Don't miss the vehicle gallery in the hangar through the back of the...More

1  Thank Matt C
Reviewed 23 April 2014

For military enthusiasts you should visit here. Nice exhibits interesting information. Good information on NJ state history.

1  Thank mary532
Reviewed 16 May 2013

It's a great place to go to learn about the history of the National guard. Spend in the musseum and you can walk around and look at the buildings they have open to the public that is part of the state park. then you can...More

1  Thank mike c
Reviewed 14 July 2012

The museum itself is average. A good display of military uniforms, some arms and artillery. The best is in the back. Along with a selection of military vehicles there is a real treat. There is a perfectly preserved civil war era submarine. Out is called...More

2  Thank joebob56
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